Chance Ayers adds the finishing touches to a ball chute his team built during a NASA/Destination Imagaination challenge at his Boys and Girls Club.
Hamzah Ismail celebrates success as the first ball drops through his team's handmade chute to the bucket below.
Destination Imagination Special Projects Coordinator Britt Dyer examines the team's construction technique.
Daniel Combs leans in for a closer view of his team's ball chute design.
Lola Irakoze looks over her team's work.
Devonte McGhee (center) and Jamari Nedaziye examine the results of their ball chute experiment.
Jacob Adkins explains his team's ball chute design.
Britt Dyer judges the entries. Students won based on design, teamwork, communication, creative elements, and volume of balls in the bucket at the end of the challenge.
Jamari Nedaziye (left) and Robert Huddleston show off their final design as Jacob Brockwell looks on.
Jamari Nedaziye and Devante McGhee work to build their astronaut suit.
Hamzah Ismail and Jamari Nedaziye add layers to their astronaut suit.
Lola Irakoze and Hamzah Ismail tape down layers of tinfoil.
Lamar Farooq poses with his team's astronaut suit on a program volunteer.
... and after for the space suit design contest.
Shamya Carmichael interviews Destiny Cunningham about the program.
University of Tennessee event staff help show kids how to use University of Tennessee telescopes to view sunspots.
University of Tennessee professor Dr. Paul Lewis explains sunspots to Jamar Farooq.
Event volunteer Adam Webb (right) shows Chase Perry how to put together a spectrometer.
Boys and Girls Club facility director Melvina Sexton showcases her award from the students.