NASA Astronaut Candidates
NASA's 2017 astronaut candidates stop to take a group photo while getting fitted for flight suits at Ellington Field near NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston.
After receiving a record-breaking number of applications to join an exciting future of space exploration, NASA has selected its largest astronaut class since 2000. Rising to the top of more than 18,300 applicants, NASA chose these 12 women and men as the agency’s new astronaut candidates. Pictured are, front row, left to right, Zena Cardman, Jasmin Moghbeli, Robb Kulin, Jessica Watkins, Loral O'Hara; back row, left to right, Jonny Kim, Frank Rubio, Matthew Dominick, Warren Hoburg, Kayla Barron, Bob Hines, and Raja Chari.
Image Credit: NASA
Barboza Space Center High School Astronaut Support Tiger Teams
Our student "Tigers Teams" will be studying avation for the first time. Our new academic high school fellowships
will now include the study of STEAMD++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, space mathematics, design, computer languages, and foreign languages). This includes avation, sciencer, engineering, and commercial astronaut training. All students will use Tiger Team training hardware and software. This project will be help at the Ontario International Airport with other offices in Long Beach, California.
The President of Cabo Verde Talks About A STEAM++ Collaboration with the Long Beach Unified School District and Barboza Space Center
(Right to Left) . Bob Barboza, Barboza Space Center, Dr. Fonseca, President Cabo Verde, Dr. Feltion Williams, Long Beach Unified School District's Board of Education.
Educational Technology Leaders Meet At CUE Conference.
(Left to Right) Roger Wager, Board Member CUE Inc., Peter Reynolds, Fable Vision CEO, Bob Barboza, Founder/Director, Barboza Space Center, Paul Reynolds, Founder, Fable Vision.
First Lady of Cabo Verde Ligia Dias Fonseca (center) vists with the City of Long Beach, Long Beach Unified School District and the Barboza Space Center.
Maker Movement in Cabo Verde
First Lady Fonseca presents Bob Barboza with a motorcycle made of tin cans. This was made by students with special needs in Cabo Verde.
Our New CD "Cabo Verde Dreams" is now on Apple Music, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Youtube.
We wrote a Coronavirus song and it caught the attention of the music super stars. Kids Talk Radio Science has a program to help with keeping jazz alive in our schools. We got very lucky, and the four big music publishing organizations learned about what we are doing. When you listen to or buy our music online we get to use the revenue to buy drones and robots for our students in the USA and Pedro Pires High School in the Republic of Cabo Verde. Our students share STEAMD++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, space mathematics, design, computer languages, and World languages) project-based learning with other students.
Kids Talk Radio is all about podcasting and supporting our visual and performing arts programs from a distance.
Growing Food for Mars Projects.
We have setup the Mars Lab and we are growing our own food. Students in Long Beach, California and the Republic of Cabo Verde are helping with the Barboza's Space Center Mars Colony Food Project. We have didcated a page on this website to collect our photo essay dealing with growing food for supporting a colony on Mars. Student Tiger Teams in the Long Beach Unified School District are hewlping with our master plan to feed our astronuats and scientists that are going to Mars. Follow this link. Visit Our Mars Garden