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National Air and Space Museum in DC
Udvar-Hazy Center in VA
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Join us during your Hour of Code to explore how coding was used in the Apollo program to get us to the Moon and what it looks like today. We will be joined by Andrew Meade McGee, curator of computing at the National Air and Space Museum, and Maj. Andrew Gorospe, flight commander, mission systems, in the United States Space Force.
This program is intended for teachers and educators to live-stream into 6th to 12th grade classrooms as an Hour of Code program or to attend as professional development to discover Hour of Code connections and activities.
This program will take place live on Zoom. Register for free.
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National Air and Space Museum
6th St. and Independence Ave SW
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
14390 Air and Space Museum Parkway