Calvary Christian School of Columbus science teacher Ed Tymes shows students an experiment about heat radiation Sept. 18, 2017, as they participate in the Quest for Space program, which allows them to create an experiment that, if it meets NASA specifications, will fly aboard the International Space Station. Pictured from left are Tymes and students Guy Worley, James Brewster (sitting), Galen Jones, Beau Kirkland (white shirt) and Ben Whitted.
Calvary Christian School of Columbus science teacher Ed Tymes shows students an experiment about heat radiation Sept. 18, 2017, as they participate in the Quest for Space program, which allows them to create an experiment that, if it meets NASA specifications, will fly aboard the International Space Station. Pictured from left are Tymes and students Guy Worley, James Brewster (sitting), Galen Jones, Beau Kirkland (white shirt) and Ben Whitted. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com
Calvary Christian School of Columbus science teacher Ed Tymes shows students an experiment about heat radiation Sept. 18, 2017, as they participate in the Quest for Space program, which allows them to create an experiment that, if it meets NASA specifications, will fly aboard the International Space Station. Pictured from left are Tymes and students Guy Worley, James Brewster (sitting), Galen Jones, Beau Kirkland (white shirt) and Ben Whitted. MARK RICE mrice@ledger-enquirer.com

Students at this Columbus school will prepare experiment for International Space Station

September 13, 2017 12:11 PM

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