Cooperative Satellite Learning Project (CSLP)

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The Cooperative Satellite Learning Project (CSLP) is a partnership in education joining the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Allied Signal Technical Services Corporation, and schools nationwide. The objectives of the CSLP are to motivate students in the K through 12 system into science, engineering, math, and careers in the space business. It also demonstrates the application of technology and the integration of a variety of technical disciplines into the complex system of ground and space-based segments composing the "end-to-end" mission system. As part of this program, ACE has been adopted by the Old Bridge Regional High School in Old Bridge, New Jersey and students there are using ACE as a basis for learning in a wide variety of ways.

Notice the CSLP logo features the ACE spacecraft, because one of the Old Bridge, NJ CSLP students won the logo design competition.

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This is a photo of a full scale model of the ACE spacecraft built by students at Old Bridge Regional High School in Old Bridge, NJ. It is now hanging in the Old Bridge Township Library.


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