Due to popular demand, the Mars Millennium Project is being re-launched
the Imagine Mars Project by the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) in partnership with the National Endowment for the
Arts (NEA) on Space Day 2002.
Building on the success of the Mars Millennium Project, the Imagine
Project is a national arts, sciences and technology education Initiative
that harnesses America's fascination with space and leads young people
work together with educators and civic leaders in designing a Mars
for 100 people.
As part of the Imagine Mars Project students explore their own
and decide which arts, scientific and cultural elements will be
Mars. Then they develop their ideal community, from an
perspective of arts, sciences and technology.
Sign up today to become a member of the Imagine Mars Project Community
http://ImagineMars.jpl.nasa.gov Follow the link to sign up for the
Mars Project e-mail newsletter, which will be sent to you and contain
project news and updates, news from Mars and other informative features.
As the Imagine Mars Project launches, we will sunset the listserv and
site developed for the Mars Millennium Project, so, if you are a member
the Mars Millennium community, this is the last correspondence you will
receive until you sign up for the new newsletter. In order to receive
further information about the re-launched project, you must visit
http://ImagineMars.jpl.nasa.gov and request the newsletter.
See you on Mars!
SPACE DAY 2002 . . . Adventure to Mars!
On May 2, 2002, join other students, teachers and space enthusiasts and
participate in a fun and informative webcast broadcast live from the
Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum. Cyber Space Day allows
to ask questions of Mars experts and participate in student surveys and
polls. For more information, visit www.spaceday.com