Scientists in Antarctica we need your help creating Mars Clocks

What is a Mars Clock?  It is a hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) project to get kids excited about space mathematics.  Bob Barboza is the founder/director of the Barboza Space Center in Long Beach, California.  He trains Jr. astronauts, engineers and scientists for the “Occupy Mars Learning Adventures  International Fellowship Programs.”  His passion […]

Distance Learning Chess: Antarctica vs. the World

The Barboza Space Center is training Jr. astronauts, scientists and engineering in the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Program to play chess.  This will help to keep our minds sharp on the long eight month journey to Mars.    www.BarbozaSpaceCemter.Com How to Play Chess Five Parts:Understanding the Board and PiecesKnowing How to WinPlaying the GameUtilizing StrategyKnowing […]

Growing food for Mars

Students in the Australia, USA and the Republic of Cabo Verde are working with the Barboza Space Center in Long Beach, California, to grow food for Mars.   We are sending special modified seed to all members of our new international STEM space science team. We are all working on the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures. […]

Science on Mars: How can Antarctica help?

By Greg Avery  – Reporter, Denver Business Journal 3 hours ago NASA’s next space probe headed to Mars — a lander built in Jefferson County and launched on a Colorado rocket — may soon start its journey Saturday after two years of waiting. The Mars InSight lander, built by Lockheed Martin Space, is scheduled to lift […]