About Barbara Jagla

Virtual Exhibits, Archivist, Curator
2022/Sep 2022/Sep

Artemis – to the Moon!

2022/Sep 2022/Sep

Horizons Volume 8 Issue 3 Sept 2022

2022/Sep 2022/Sep

Remote Learning – Resources

2022/Sep 2022/Sep

James Webb Space Telescope

Webb will be the largest, most powerful and complex space telescope ever built and launched into space. It will fundamentally alter our understanding of the universe.

Launch Date: October 31, 2021

Recent JWST News

James Webb Space Telescope FUN PAD

James Webb Space Telescope COLORING PAGE

“Build the Webb Telescope’s Mirror” Activity

“Scope It Out” Game for Middle and High School

ESA Kids!

2022/Jun 2022/Jun

Horizons Volume 8 Issue 2 June 2022

2021/May 2021/May

Horizons Volume 7 Issue 3 September 2021

2021/Mar 2021/Mar

Horizons Volume 7 Issue 1 March 2021

2021/Jan 2021/Jan

Aerial Shark Sightings Call 122.85

Cape Cod Ocean

Phone 978-270-7839


2021/Jan 2021/Jan

Mars Perseverance Rover

On February 18, 2021 Perseverance NASA’s Mars rover landed on Mars!

On July 30, NASA launched the Mars Perseverance rover on a seven-month journey to the Red Planet. After landing in Jezero Crater, the robotic astrobiologist and scientist will search for signs that microbes might have lived on Mars long ago, collect soil samples to be returned to Earth on a future mission and pave the way for human exploration beyond the Moon. Perseverance will be accompanied by a helicopter called Ingenuity, the first attempt at powered flight on another world.

2020/Dec 2020/Dec

Goddard Exhibit to Welcome 2021

Visit MASM’s new exhibit on Robert H. Goddard, featuring a model of his 1926 rocket.
Dr. Robert Hutchings Goddard (1882-1945) is considered the father of modern rocket propulsion. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, Goddard was an American engineer, professor, physicist, and inventor who is credited with creating and building the world’s first liquid-fueled rocket.
On March 16, 1926, Robert Goddard successfully launched the first liquid-fueled rocket in Auburn, Massachusetts. The first of-its-kind rocket reached an altitude of 41 feet, lasted 2 seconds and averaged about 60 miles per hour.
Goddard’s work as both theorist and engineer anticipated many of the developments that were to make spaceflight possible. He has been called the man who ushered in the Space Age.
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