STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

The Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society, operator of the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, has undertaken a STEM project.  We have about 1,200 square feet in Hangar 1, under the wing of our B-29, serving as a small classroom and a hands-on science museum.  We call it the STEM LAB.

At present (March 2013) there are well over twenty science lessons to be learned from the displays.  Our plan is to keep adding content so that we can change the display from time to time so that each visit to the STEM LAB will feature new presentations.  In the few months operation, we have had literally hundreds of visitors.

While the main subjects of STEM are very broad, we try to make most things relevant to aviation.  For example, the movement of air is important in meteorology, in pneumatic tools, in heating and ventilation in buildings, it is important in flight as well.  Everything that rotates is in some sense a gyroscope, but what roles do they play in aircraft?

Please pay us a visit!

 

 

STEM DISPLAYS

 

Air & Vacuum PITOT TUBES

SMOKE RINGS!

BERNOULLI PRINCIPLE: The Physics Behind Lift

Mechanics Pound on your teacher!

Center of Mass

Gyroscope

Electricity and Magnetism HOW THOSE REFRIGERATOR MAGNETS WORK
Light and Optics Lenses

Mirrors

Retro-reflectors

Astronomy  
Geology CHARTS
Chemistry  

The STEM project at Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

                 

Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society
31001 Magnuson Ave. - Pueblo, Co. 81001
(719) 948-9219