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Today we’re excited to unveil the single-most significant upgrade to the Dream Flight Adventures simulator software since we launched back in 2013.  Dream Flight Adventures 2.0 is here! After over 3.5 years in development and 49,435 lines of custom code, …

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It’s been a while since we posted on our blog—and the world is hunkered down to slow the spread of COVID-19—so we figure it’s high time we share some cheery news.  Today we’re delighted to showcase three brand new missions, …

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It’s been a while since we broadcast a general communique on this channel, and that’s because we’ve been deeply involved in some top-secret testing of the latest Infinity Knights technology aboard our ships. Our Chameleon-class vessels have been safeguarding the …

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Today we’re delighted to give a big shout-out to Debbie Reynolds, Flight Director of the IKS Highlander, for being selected for the very prestigious Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship (AEF) Program! As if this wasn’t impressive enough, as part of this …

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You knew it was coming, but now it’s official.  The IKS Marvel has launched from Dansville, Michigan on an epic mission into the great unknown. A local news crew was there for the lift-off, and they put together a nice story about …

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Back in September we announced the construction of the IKS Marvel at Dansville Elementary School in Dansville, Michigan.  Today we’re delighted to share some progress photos from the shipyards, where the shiny new vessel is quickly approaching its official launch. …

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A big shoutout to Mike Penn and Debbie Reynolds for their presentation at the Space Exploration Educators Conference at Space Center Houston! Mike used a shrink ray to fit the IKS Titan simulator into his luggage.  They set up the ship, …

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Hey everybody, Mike Penn needs our help!  He’s doing science at the South Pole, so he needs everyone to think warm thoughts and send them his way.  Brrrrr! If you haven’t been reading Mike’s journals from his Antarctic expedition, you’re …

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I have a confession to make:  I’ve been naughty.  I’ve been excitedly following Mike Penn’s bold adventures in the Antarctic, but I haven’t been as diligent in relaying them here on our blog. That said, I’m sure this doesn’t affect …

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I have an incredibly abundant list of things to be thankful for, but today I’m going to focus on just one:  I’m thankful for Mike Penn. Mike was our very first Flight Director—with us right at the beginning.  He embraced …

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