Indian School Muscat students to visit NASA headquarters

Oman Tuesday 06/June/2017 10:45 AM
By: Times News Service
Indian School Muscat students to visit NASA headquarters

Muscat: A group of Indian School Muscat (ISM) students will visit NASA’s launch headquarters in the United States, the school announced.
As part of Indian School Muscat’s annual extended learning programme, 44 students, accompanied by a team of four teachers, are all set to leave on an “Astrotour” to the US on June 9, to explore the U.S. Space programme.
The tour includes the U.S. Space and Rocket Centre in Alabama, as well as the Kennedy Space Centre, NASA’s launch headquarters. The tour will also include recreational and educational visits to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Ripley’s Believe it or not, the CNN studio, and the World of Coco Cola.
The teachers escorting the students are: Muraleedharan Thampy, Manju Chandralekha, Saumia Harikrishna, and Felcy Fernandes. The School Management Committee is organising and supporting the trip under the guidance of Principal Dr. Rajeev Kumar Chauhan and Vice Principal Eskalin Gansalves.
The team will return on June 23 to Muscat.