1. Your team will be made up of three individuals
whom will be chosen by the NASA Constellation Tour Project Director
2. Each team of three will then need to assign the following job titles: Star/Constellation
Navigator, Star Constellation Coordinator, and Star/Constellation Director of Advertising.
3. Each of your jobs will consist of:
* Star/Constellation Navigator - will be in charge of finding out what stars are made
up of and if the stars/constellations destinations are safe enough for travel.
* Star/Constellation Coordinator - will be needing to find out specifics about the constellation
* Star/Constellation Director of Advertising - will be planning closely with the Star/Constellation
Coordinator amd Star/Constellation Navigator to create the best and most intriguing information about the specific constellation that
would be usable in the brochure.
4. You will need to answer the following questions and discuss the steps that follow:
* What makes up constellations? What are the
stars made of? Why could it be safe
for passengers to travel to visit these stars?
* Where are the constellations located? Find star
maps that you can use for your constellation of
choice. Make your constellation worthy of
* After finding your constellation of choice, decide
why your constellation is being promoted? Create
a brochure advertising all of its positive
characteristics or incorporate into your brochure
why people would want to visit your contellation.
5. Upon arrival back to earth, your team members will discuss their findings with each other
and make a final decision on how they will develop their brochure.
6. You will start working on your brochure to hand in to NASA immediately.
7. Your brochure should be tri-fold and catch the public's eye. Your brochure should include
specific facts about your constellation chosen, such as how it was named, its Greek name (if available), myth or story that
has been passed down to describe its existence, its actual appearance in the night sky, what it represents and where it is
located (sky map).