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Dawn & Girl Scouts

J. Ristvey, Dawn E/PO, guides Girl Scouts through the exciting Find a Meteorite interactive tool.
J. Ristvey, Dawn E/PO, guides Girl Scouts through the exciting Find a Meteorite interactive tool.
Credit: McREL
Space Science Fun

On November 2, 2007, middle school girls from Girl Scout cadette troop 165 met at Mary E. Pennock Elementary school with McREL Dawn E/PO lead, John Ristvey, to learn more about the Dawn mission. The scouts viewed the mission video, experimented with the Find A Meteorite (FAM) interactive tool, provided feedback via survey, and constructed Dawn spacecraft models to become Dawn Young Engineers.
- Find out how to be a Dawn Young Engineer

Who Is One of the Oldest Solar System Families?

On October 8, 2005 at Merrill Middle School in Denver, Colorado, the Dawn Education and Public Outreach staff presented Asters Hoity Toity Belt and Where Are You? at Exploring Solar System, sponsored by the Girl Scouts Mile Hi Council.