My name is Anthony David Adams and I intend to trade One Toy Spaceship for a ride into space. I started with my toy spaceship on January 1st, 2011 and I am making a series of trades for bigger or better space-related things. Additionally, I will also be giving away 17,000 space exploration curriculum kits so students can shoot HD Video of near space. My current item up for trade is One Zero G Space Flight. Do you want to experience weightlessness? Make me an offer at anthony@onetoyspaceship.com or call/text me at (917)284-8232. I am based in New York City, but you can trade from anywhere in the galaxy.

Students in Space!

Students In Outer Space! - We're giving complete FREE Space HD Video Exploration Modules to at least 100 school districts - students will actually be able to shoot video from near space!

UPDATE! Make sure you are on the launch list to send your
favorite school a Near Space Exploration Module. Sign up at The Students In Space Project!


The above video was shot from an HD FLIP CAM that the Brooklyn Space Program sent to the edge of the atmosphere for under $200. As the founder DetentionSlip.org, America's Underground School Newspaper, I wanted to do something to get these space kits into the hands of as many students as possible.

While I'm wrangling up space-trades, I'm also going to be wrangling up resources to build at least 100 kits and give them to schools around the country along with a professionally developed lesson plans (my father is the retired Dean of the School of Education at Edinboro University of PA, and a former high school science teacher -- he's really stoked to do this ;) ). Ideally, we can give away many more kits than this, but 100 is a good number to start with.

If you'd like to be alerted as soon as we are ready to give out the kits, please sign up at The Students In Space Project

The core components of the kit are as follows - we are looking for sponsors / companies who would be able to provide any of the following components in 100+ unit quantities. Additionally, we may offer kits for sale for at cost the general public as well. If you'd like to get started, check out the MIT Icarus Project's complete guide (not video, but a great start) : http://space.1337arts.com/guide
If you'd like to donate to the SpaceKits Project you can make a PayPal donation to donate@onetoyspaceship.com

I'll also be setting up a 1-for-1 program, where you can buy a kit for yourself and we will give a kit to a school district in your name.

Pursuant to the Galactic Treaty on Human Rights, any school will be eligible for a space-kit as long as the school is in a district that has an official policy against the use of Corporal Punishment. To learn more about the movement to end corporal punishment in the United States, please visit nospank.net. 

Visit The Students In Space Project to get your kit!


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