Taking Up Space

We are sending Native American Girls to Space Camp! Time in Cosmology is honored to be collaborating with the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in our first mission to send middle-school-aged Pascua Yaqui girls to Space Camp! The first group of Yaqui girls attended Space Camp in June 2017. Selected Scholarship winners received full camp tuition for... Continue Reading →

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Coding is How We Talk to Computers!

Our New Program Teaches Indigenous Girls to Code We are delighted to announce a collaboration with SONAC: “Sisterhood of Native American Coders,” a nonprofit organization founded by Elisabeth Holm. SONAC will provide an interactive introduction to STEM for 9 - 12 year old Native American girls. We will be hosting an online program creating projects,... Continue Reading →

Find a Chicken, Pick it Up, Then All Day You’ll Have Good Luck…

Emily Carney Supports Taking Up Space We are so grateful to spaceflight enthusiast, Emily Carney! Emily is graciously donating the above photograph, signed, to all who contribute (see How to Help below) to our program Taking Up Space - sending Native American girls to Space Camp. How to Help Step 1: Donate $10 here: 👉https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/112574644767835624/charity/1530675... Continue Reading →

We Are So Thankful!

We were honored to be a part of the Expect More Excellence Tour which "...spotlights what Arizonans are doing today to make progress toward world-class education, and celebrates the kind of excellence we expect and believe must be available to all students." Find out what they had to say about Why Girls Taking Up Space... Continue Reading →

Congratulations Class of 2019!

The kids did great! 👏 Congratulations to Sole and John for successfully completing Space Camp on team Capricorn, and Saydee for completing Aviation challenge Mach II on team Black Hawk! Thank you to everyone who helped them get to Space Camp! 🙏 A special thank you to our sponsors: Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Space Hipsters, and... Continue Reading →

Meet Mark

My wife and daughter are scientists, and I wish all girls and women are afforded any opportunities to develop and contribute their intellectual talents in the aerospace field.

And the Winner is…

https://youtu.be/ZTTW8o8Fb04 Congratulations to Julian David Stone! Apollo XV astronaut, Al Worden, Emily Carney, Space Hipster founder, and historian and educator, Lois Huneycutt, announced the winner of the Luciana Vega American doll and her collection - a retail value of $300.00. Our sincere thank you and appreciation to the Space Hipsters who raised $4,340! A total... Continue Reading →

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