Welcome to our first Annual Barboza Space Center’s Robot Showcase photo essay. We hope to see you at our Second Annual Robot Showcase in A...

Welcome to our first Annual Barboza Space Center’s Robot Showcase photo essay. We hope to see you at our Second Annual Robot Showcase in August, 2019. We are looking for robot designers and builders of all ages. Contact Bob Barboza at Suprschool@aol.com.









Bob Barboza , apresenta The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Fellowship Programs neste mega evento  em Califórnia. Vai falar da Ilha ...


Bob Barboza, apresenta The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Fellowship Programs neste mega evento em Califórnia.
Vai falar da Ilha do Fogo, da Escola Secundária Pedro Pires, de Santa Luzia e da colaboração para a ciência e tecnologia entre estudantes dos Estados Unidos e Cabo Verde.

Conference Sessions
  1. The Question of Life on Mars
  2. Latest Findings from the Mars Probes
  3. Plans for the Missions of 2018 and Beyond
  4. Concepts for Future Robotic Mars Missions
  5. Plans for Human Mars Missions
  6. Advanced Propulsion
  7. Launch Vehicles for Mars Exploration
  8. Long Range Mobility on Mars
  9. Life Support and Biomedical Factors
  10. Human Factors and Crew Composition
  11. In-situ Resource Utilization
  12. Habitat construction & industrial infrastructure
  13. Martian agriculture.
  14. The First Martians, a permanent base on Mars
  15. Terraforming – Creating an Ecology for Mars
  16. How Martian technology can help life on Earth
  17. Technologies for reaching for the stars
  18. Analog Studies Relating to Mars Exploration
  19. The Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station
  20. The Mars Desert Research Station
  21. The One Way Mission to Mars
  22. Rovers, robots, aircraft, and mobile agents.
  23. Entrepreneurial Approaches to Mars Missions
  24. The benefits of Space Exploration.
  25. The Moon: Way Station to Mars?
  26. Planetary Protection: Necessity or Fraud?
  27. International cooperation and agencies
  28. Law, Governance, and social systems for Mars
  29. Why Mars?
  30. Mission Ethics: Is safety an option?
  31. Educating the next generation of Marsnauts
  32. The DSG: Breakthrough or Boondoggle?
  33. Political Action for Mars Exploration
  34. Chapter tools and outreach strategies
  35. Proposed Projects for the Mars Society
  36. University Rover Challenge
  37. Religion, Philosophy, and Space Exploration
  38. The Two-Person Mars Flyby Mission.
  39. Phobos and Deimos: Mars Moon Landings
  40. Achieving cheap access to space.

This is how Bob Barboza (California) and Angelo Barbosa (Massachusetts) are working together to create a STEM ++ collaboration project bet...

This is how Bob Barboza (California) and Angelo Barbosa (Massachusetts) are working together to create a STEM ++ collaboration project between USA and Cabo Verde since 2009.
August 2018
Meeting with Mayor of Brockton - Bill Carpenter

Discussion on how we can create a collaboration initiative to connect Brockton Schools students to the Cape Verde Tenth Island, Barboza Space Center and The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures program, with other students in America, in Cape Verde and around the world.
Dr. Julio Carvalho facilitated for this great opportunity to happen.



We are working hard to find the right tools to use in our space science programs in the USA. We are working on simulation project based on...

We are working hard to find the right tools to use in our space science programs in the USA. We are working on simulation project based on our information about Mars. Our students are spending the summer learning how to become astronauts, scientists and engineers. You can find more information about our new robot showcase projects by visiting our new website:

www.BarbozaRobotSnowcase.com

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Finata 5 Tenba un kétu Ília y selvajis montis y séra kastanhu kor dun signo markadu na txon desdi dia ki é rabenta di fundu di natur...


Finata 5

Tenba un kétu Ília y selvajis montis y séra
kastanhu kor dun signo markadu na txon
desdi dia ki é rabenta di fundu di natureza
ki ningen di mundu nem tenpu ka da bason
saidu bendu atxadu y dizinbarkadu na téra
ka tinha podu fikadu fika Ómi d´otus nason
y povuadu ku scravu ranjadu na kosta baxu
ki na rota di mundu negosiadu katxu-katxu

Finata 6

Kel ora primeru di momentu konsagradu
trémulu falanti strobadu soletra na pidjin
simenti nativu d´un língua staba simiadu
na alma skravu-l téra y na tenpu sem fin
limentadu na rota negru di tudu tratadu
ki na segredu tangomanu netus y fidjus
ridimidu mastiga ladiadu na txon fekundu
nas Ílias na Afrika y n´otu banda-l mundu

Kaká Barbosa
Konfison na Finata


A bandeira nacional devia honrar o Legendary Chicago jurist George N. Leighton. What a journey! “He will go down as one of this nati...




A bandeira nacional devia honrar o Legendary Chicago jurist George N. Leighton.
What a journey!
“He will go down as one of this nation’s greatest civil rights lawyers,” Neal said. “Not just in advancement of racial equality, but fighting for everyone to ensure the Constitution protected all individuals.”

Obrigado Zezé...



Obrigado Zezé...

"...ouso dizer que a escrita e a música nasceram como componentes da vida e como constituintes da identidade dos povos das ilhas, s...


"...ouso dizer que a escrita e a música nasceram como componentes da vida e como constituintes da identidade dos povos das ilhas, sendo o livro um salvo-conduto."

Cape Verdean in the news and leading the way in robotics in Southern, California. By Kristina Allison Looking for something to do with ...

Cape Verdean in the news and leading the way in robotics in Southern, California.

By Kristina Allison

Looking for something to do with the kids this summer, or maybe something super cool just for you? Why not check out some robots? Bob Barboza, a long time CUE member, has put together an impressive line up and his showcase is coming to Long Beach and Los Angeles, California this summer, free of charge!

Barboza, who has has recently been honored as this years recipient of the 2018 Gohardani Presentation Award in Aeronautics and Astronautics, a certificate and award sponsored by the Springs of Dreams Corporation and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, works with high school students participating in the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures Fellowship Program. His students are currently designing and prototyping robots, satellites, Mars science labs and Martian habits. Barboza is hoping to share with educators by bringing the Mars Robotic Showcases to Los Angeles and Long Beach California this August. At least 20 of the top robots used in education will be displayed at the showcase. A hands-on, fun packed experience will be expected for all!

Check out the following press release with all the details:

Master robot designers and builders are coming to Long Beach, California. Bob Barboza has invited some of the most creative robot designers and builders to showcase their robots and support technology at an event that is free to the public. He has called upon Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Texas Instruments and Barnes and Noble to provide cutting edge products, training materials, software and hardware. It is rare to have such a collection all in one place at one time.

The general public will have an opportunity to witness hands-on demonstrations of humanoid and other types of robots. Members of the Robotics Society of Southern California and Riverside, for instance, will be demonstrating robots built with 3D printers and artificial intelligence, rolling robots, and custom robots. Audience members will hear about STEM solutions that are leading the way in K-12 education, as well as in the larger community. Students who have been designing and building robots will display their work. And throughout the day, attendees will be able to ask questions and glimpse technology that has the capacity to change the way we learn and live. Of special interest to many will be demonstrations of ways in which technology is enhancing the lives of children and adults with disabilities, as well as people identified with autism.

Among the most inspiring projects for young people is the Barboza Space Center’s Fellowship Program. These five-day events staged in schools engage students in simulating the tiger teams used by NASA to address challenges of interplanetary travel. Themed around the Occupy Mars Learning Adventures, the fellowships provide abundant opportunities to put knowledge into practice in dynamic and memorable ways. Aspiring astronauts, designer’s and engineers will find specific information about participating. The Long Beach Robot Showcase has something of interest for everyone seeking to understand and participate in the world of robotics. You can catch it Saturday, August 25 at the Long Beach VA Blind Learning Center Auditorium , 5901 East 7th Street, Building 166, Long Beach 90822.

The Barboza Space Center will also stage a Robotics Showcase Saturday, August 4, at The East Los Angeles Rising (formerly, Boys and Girls Club), 324 N. McDonnel Avenue, Los Angeles, 90022.

Both showcases are free to the public. Times: 10:00 AM. To 3:00 PM both days. The robot showcases are projects of the Super School Design Center (SSDCC), a California 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Donations of both money and STEM learning materials will be used to promote participation by K-12 students in summer and after-school robot & STEM programs.

THE LONG BEACH ROBOT SHOWCASE
Super School Design Center Production
California Nonprofit Corporation
http://www.SuperSchoolDesignCenter.WordPress.com

Contact: Suprschool@aol.com

(562) 221-1780 Cell
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"How good and how pleasant it would be, before God and man, yea-eah! To see the unification of all Africans, yeah!" ...




"How good and how pleasant it would be, before God and man, yea-eah!
To see the unification of all Africans, yeah!"