NASA's flying observatory to take educators on flight of a lifetime

01/19/2014 | WUWM-FM (Milwaukee) (text and audio)

NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, dubbed SOFIA, will carry educators from 11 states this year, including two from Wisconsin. Jean Creighton, director of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Manfred Olson Planetarium, and Kathy Gustavson, a science teacher at Nicolet High School in Wisconsin, will go to California for training in the spring, then will be passengers on two 10-hour flights aboard the flying astronomical observatory.

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