Stapleton residents may have recently noticed the hubbub of activity at 7500 E. 35th Ave., across from Swigert International School and Denver Discovery School.
The Public Utilities Commission has given approval to Xcel Energy to undertake a solar power storage program at two locations: Stapleton and at the Panasonic campus proposed near the 61st and Peña station on the A Line.
In the course of a parent’s day, they find themselves repeating things over and over: “Get dressed,” “Brush your teeth,” “What would you like to eat?” etc.
Middle school students fill the seats of what could be an ordinary school bus — but as it starts up, the darkened windows become a continuous video screen with images of the Mars landscape passing by.
“It was an incredible experience,” said recent DSST graduate and Stapleton resident Nathan Lepore after returning from his recent trip to Rwanda. “It made me feel like a part of the global community.”
When it was an airport, Stapleton hosted a three-pronged National Weather Service (NWS) office: an upper atmosphere weather balloon program; a weather forecasting office; and weather observations related to the airport.
It wasn’t long ago that Stapleton resident and recent Denver School of Science and Technology graduate Nathan Lepore knew nothing about building drones.
The new MaxFlight simulator at Wings Over the Rockies gives visitors their own wings.