Christopher Jules,  Steeve Jean-Louis and  Janiel Adames, all ninth graders at iTech @ Thomas A. Edison Educational Center in Miami.They are working on basic coding with the hope of being able to one day build their own small satellites that they can remotely control in space and conduct science experiments by studying the data collected by the satellites.
Christopher Jules, Steeve Jean-Louis and Janiel Adames, all ninth graders at iTech @ Thomas A. Edison Educational Center in Miami.They are working on basic coding with the hope of being able to one day build their own small satellites that they can remotely control in space and conduct science experiments by studying the data collected by the satellites. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald Staff
Christopher Jules, Steeve Jean-Louis and Janiel Adames, all ninth graders at iTech @ Thomas A. Edison Educational Center in Miami.They are working on basic coding with the hope of being able to one day build their own small satellites that they can remotely control in space and conduct science experiments by studying the data collected by the satellites. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald Staff

One giant leap for kid-kind: Miami youngsters to send satellites into orbit

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