Landing the car-sized Curiosity rover on Mars was difficult enough, but what about when you want to go bigger? What about when you want to carry people to Mars? To test landing a larger payload on the Red Planet, NASA yesterday sent a flying saucer-like craft called the Low Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) 180,000 feet into the Earth's atmosphere over Hawaii — and then dropped it.

 
 

This tour is full of fun and profound experiential learning in one of the most rich in culture and naturally bio-diverse regions of the country, El Caribe Sur. Students will be inspired on so many levels, including but not limited to permaculture (biology), indigenous wisdom (cultural anthropology), animal protection & preservation (bio-diversity), and of course Spanish cultural immersion.
 

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  • Time: 8 weeks
  • Countries: Costa Rica, Nicaragua
  • Cost: $2,500
 Wicked stuff.

Wicked stuff.