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By [email protected] (Tech. Sgt. Jared Marquis)

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math projects brought hundreds of kids to Peterson Air and Space Museum for STEM Rocks! Aug. 23.

Nearly 30 booths offered a wide variety of hands-on STEM activities, such as piloting a robot and launching homemade rockets.

Army Staff Sgt. J.D. Seamons brought his children Hailey and Caleb to the event.

Seamons said his children enjoyed the event, particularly panning for gold. He said his children are all very interested in physical sciences and this event gave them an opportunity to nurture that interest.
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Source:: Air Force Space Command

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