NASA's International Space Station Exhibit Orbits Around HCPL

ISS over earthWhat weighs one million pounds, is the size of a football field, zips along at a mind boggling 17,500 miles per hour about 330 miles above our heads and took the cooperative effort of fifteen nations to build?

The International Space Station, of course.

Now, through the end of the year, Harris County Public Library will be hosting an International Space Station Exhibit courtesy of NASA – Johnson Space Center. The exhibit features a detailed model of the ISS as well as informational banners about the station’s mission, the men and women from across the globe who live and work on it, and the Zero-Robotics Competition for high schoolers sponsored by NASA and MIT. The exhibit will visit fifteen HCPL branches throughout the county to everyone will have an opportunity to see it.

 

Aldine Branch Library
May 30 - June 13
Katy Branch Library
September 19 - October 3 
Atascocita Branch Library
June 13 - June 27 
Maud Marks Branch Library
October 3 - October 17 
Kingwood Branch Library
June 27 - July 11 
North Channel Branch Library
October 17 - October 31 
Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library
July 11 - July 25 
South Houston Branch Library
October 31 - November 14 
Lone Star College – Tomball Community Library
July 25 - August 8 
La Porte Community Library
November 14 - December 5 
Barbara Bush Branch Library
August 8 - August 22 
Evelyn Meador Branch Library
December 5 - December 19 
Northwest Branch Library
August 22 - September 5 
Clear Lake City -County Freeman Branch Library
December 19 - January 9, 2015
Katherine Tyra @ Bear Creek Branch Library
September 5 - September 19 
 


Image courtesy - NASA-JSC - External Integration Office