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Club reactivates on campus

Annabelle Dickson

Kyle Cha

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Fostering her interest in space, junior Madison Marsh attended Advanced Space Academy at the NASA facility in Huntsville, Alabama. The past two summers Marsh created heat shields, Martian rovers, and studied engineering roles.

“I’m interested in everything about space because we have only discovered so little and there is still so much to learn,” Marsh said.

Her interests led Marsh to contact physics teacher John Lehman about sponsoring an astronomy club on campus.

“My sister was in the astronomy club when she went to SHS. I think it’s an important club to have at school because anyone can join regardless if you are intrigued by astronomy or not,” Madison Marsh said.

According to Lehman the club continues to make plans for meetings and projects to be student based. Marsh anticipates “taking all ideas from the members and incorporating it in to the club to make it enjoyable to everyone.”
The club plans to recruit anyone interested in joining regardless of astronomy experience. Astronomy club promotes meeting times and dates through the morning announcements.

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