Posted: May 12, 2013 5:44 PM by David Jay - Q2 News
Updated: May 13, 2013 7:37 AM
BILLINGS - High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware or HUNCH provides students a chance to work with NASA.
NASA has chosen some Billings students' experiment, to go on the International Space Station.
Central students had a chance to visit NASA last month the fly in the zero gravity plane.
The Central Students are part of the HUNCH program and recently earned the opportunity to test their science theories at the International Space Station.
ASA chose the student's experiment to grow algae and produce oxygen.
Florence Gold, of NASA's HUNCH program and formerly from Laurel High School, says she needs to raise about $30,000 dollars to get the students' algae project to the station.