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Kansas teacher's experiment bound for International Space Station

February 23, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Lisa Turney's students now "co-investigators" in new research aboard International Space Station

IT’S LIKE MY LITTLE STICKER MY LITTLE GALS GOING TO SPACE HER IMAGE IS STUCK TO THE EXPERIMENT ASTRONAUTS WILL BE WORKING ON THERE’S A COUPLE OF THEM THAT HAVE STARTED TO SPROUT ALL WHILE HER STUDENTS DUBBED CO-INVESTIGATORS WILL GROW THE SAME PLANTS ON EARTH AND COMPARE RESULTS.

Very few can say they have an experiment onboard. That's the case for students of Lisa Turney, a technology teacher at Linwood Elementary School in Linwood, Kansas. "I don't know if they quite understand how amazing this is," Turney exclaimed. Her virtual, 'Bitmoji' classroom on plant growth and bacteria won a national competition. Now, she's headed to the International Space Station.

My little gal's going to space," Turney joked. Back on Earth, Turney's students -- dubbed "co-investigators" -- will grow the same plants and compare results. "I'm trying to get that through.

Very few can say they have an experiment onboard. That's the case for students of Lisa Turney, a technology teacher at Linwood Elementary School in Linwood, Kansas. "I don't know if they quite understand how amazing this is," Turney exclaimed. Her virtual, 'Bitmoji' classroom on plant growth and bacteria won a national competition.

Lisa Turney’s ’Bitmoji’ and school name adhered to experiment to be used aboard International Space Station

My little gal's going to space," Turney joked. Back on Earth, Turney's students -- dubbed "co-investigators" -- will grow the same plants and compare results. "I'm trying to get that through.

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