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Business Insider: Link Observatory Space Science Institute gets kids to aim for the stars

Down Ind. 67 just south of Mooresville, at the foot of a steep hill, there’s a sign for Observatory Road. If Greg McCauley and Kurt Williams have their way, a guide star to Indiana’s economic future is just up that steep, twisty road.
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Morgan County Business Leader
This IS rocket science!

Do you remember where you were on July 20, 1969? That was the day that Neil Armstrong first stepped onto the moon saying, "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Greg McCauley remembers that day vividly. Still impressed by that event, after two years at Purdue University, he wanted to be part of the space program before it was over. Apollo 17 would be the last flight in the Apollo program. He left school, drove to Houston and got a job working at what is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's center for spaceflight activities - NASA. 
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Indiana Space Grant Consortium
Successful NASA Interactive Classroom

Through the Institutes  partnership with NASA in their learning and educational initiatives, Link Observatory Space Science Institute was able to bring Trent Smith, Program Manager for the NASA VEGGIE program at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida directly into the classroom for the 7th grade science class at Paul Hadley Middle School in Mooresville, Indiana.
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