From Texas Public Radio:
As children gaze to the night sky, there’s now a program that’s encouraging them to send their art … literally out of this world … in a spacecraft.
The U.S. space program doesn’t have the media focus that the original space program had in the 1960s but NASA is quietly working to return to the moon.
Boeing’s Lauren Seabrook said the company wants kids to be ready for that new era, and it wants them thinking without limits.
“The thing about space is it has this really amazing ability to unite and inspire people, and kids globally,” she said.