On Monday, November 9, with the support of Bullis, a distinguished group from the Kanjirowa School, Kathmandu, visited the Goddard Space Flight Center, where by special arrangement, the visitors viewed the $8 Billion James Webb Space Telescope, due to be launched in 2018. Following an informal lunch, there were visits to the Air and Space Museum and South Asia and Himalayan art exhibit at the Freer/Sackler Galleries. At the close of the day, Michael Kronmiller hosted a dinner, in honor of the Nepalese guests, at his home. The party was also attended by Mrs. Faith Darling, Ms.Barbara Nolan, Mr.Durhan Badraslioglu and distinguished advisers to the Bullis-Kanjirowa Nepal STEM project, including astronaut and test pilot, Capt. William Ready; helicopter test pilot, Capt. Colleen Nevius; communications adviser, and Nepal expert, Mr. Keith Cowing; drone specialist, Mr. William Dranginis; PTSD psychotherapist, Dr. Ruth Wittersgreen; Executive Director, Kashmir World Foundation, Princess Aliyah; aircraft/surveillance expert, Dr. Ronald Pandolfi; and drone regulation legal expert, Ms. Justine Kasznica. Michael briefed the gathering on the status of the STEM project, and provided the Kanjirowa group with six, new drone kits and transmitters, as well as two, fully assembled drones for flight practice. He thanked Bullis, Kanjirowa, and his advisers for their support. Capt. Readdy signed Shuttle models and Mr. Cowing signed his book on the space program, for the Nepalese guests, and for Mr. Puspa Regmi, who has been instrumental in the formulation of the project at Kanjirowa. Everyone at the party signed a new laptop, a gift destined for the project coordinators in Nepal, Prem and Raj Thapa. Mr. Kapil Regmi, Kanjirowa Principal, provided tokens of friendship to the Kronmiller family, praised the STEM project, expressed appreciation to the American participants, and enthusiastically foresaw a continuing, collaborative relationship between the two schools.