Swigert sixth-graders use new tools to map space station's path

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Bryan DeBates, the senior aerospace education specialist for the Space Foundation, teaches Jack Swigert Aerospace Academy sixth graders how to track the International Space Station in the new computer lab Tuesday, May 25, 2010, at the Space Foundation Discovery Institute on Colorado Springs school campus. The lab computers and the AGI Space Missions Simulator software used to track the space station were donated to the space foundation from Analytical Graphics Inc. Photo by