Courses We Offer
These are the courses we offer to teach
Introduction to flight Operation
KS-101, KS-102, KS-103
Introduces the student to basic astronomy, human health in space, and space environment. The course also covers the history of astronautics and basic space policy and law. Prerequisites: Trigonometry and Physics (Basic)
This course introduces students to space mission architecture, and basic physics of satellite orbits, types of orbits and orbital terminology. In addition, the course covers types of satellites, their uses, and subsystems. Prerequisites: KS – 101.
This course introduces students to space missions systems engineering, ground-based operations, command and control of satellite, and telemetry monitoring. Prerequisites: KS-102.
Diving into space
Introduction to Space Science and Overview of Solar System, Satellites, and Astronauts
Tune in to Becoming an Astronaut: Space Weather, Human Health in Space, and Space Environment ( International Space Station, tracking )
Satellite systems, and Ground Systems
Orbits of Satellites: Can we track them
Students will be able to describe origin background and latest advancements in Space Science
Students will be able to describe the space environment in which Astronauts live
Students will be able to describe various satellite systems and ground systems
Students will be able to describe basic flight operations and NASA missions/plans
Students will be able to describe what goes on in a Missions Operations Center
Students will be able to describe the basics of an orbit:
STEM Training with Quad-Copters !
Hands-on lab experience with hardware, software, and sensor integration.
Work in a team in this 4 Week Course
Module 1 - Build a quad copter
Module 2 - Learn to fly it
Module 3 - Put sensors on it
Module 4 - Program with Python to fly it by itself like the Mars Ingenuity.