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NASA and the National Science Foundation (NSF), in partnership with other federal agencies, have committed to a White House-led effort to strengthen education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
What does Jupiter sound like? If you had to take a guess, would you imagine the sharp staccato of popcorn popping? The slow static of waves reaching the shore? The universe is full of radio emissions, and all you need to hear them for yourself is a box the size of a DVD player.
Elementary school students from Florida will talk live this week with the first Cuban-American astronaut to live and work aboard the International Space Station.
NASA Selects Universities for New Rapid Response Research Programs, Space Station Flight Opportunity
Research looking into resources from the Moon and Mars, improving gene testing and creating technology for advanced missions to Venus are among several projects selected to receive awards from NASA's Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).
NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, currently orbiting Earth as part of the International Space Station’s Expedition 57 crew, will answer questions from students at New York’s University Prep Charter High School at 11:05 a.m. EST Friday, Nov. 16.
University-led research could transform the future of space exploration, from small spacecraft to “smart” systems for the Moon, Mars and beyond.
Astronaut and Pittsburgh native Michael Fincke will visit Pittsburgh as part of NASA’s Destination Station during the week of Nov. 5.
NASA’s Johnson Space Center will open its gates to the public Saturday, Oct. 27, for the first time in years, celebrating NASA’s 60th anniversary and the International Space Station’s 20th anniversary.
NASA’s 2018 International Space Apps Challenge is returning to Huntsville, Alabama, for a second year Oct. 19-21. The global hackathon brings together people of all ages and backgrounds to solve real-world problems with collaborative, innovation solutions during a 48-hour period.
NASA's Marshall Center will host the 8th annual International Observe the Moon Night celebration at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center Oct. 20 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. CDT. Members of the public and the Huntsville-area media are invited to attend.
Elementary school students from Missouri and Colorado will talk live with an astronaut on the International Space Station next week.
Registration will open Oct. 11, 2018, for student teams to participate in the 2019 NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge, organized by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Three members of the Expedition 56 crew returned safely to Earth Thursday from the International Space Station, where they spent months providing hands-on support for scientific research in low-Earth orbit, working to keep the orbiting laboratory fully operational, and performing three spacewalks.
NASA's Glenn Research Center is hosting the 2018 NASA International Space Apps Challenge Friday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 21. Registration for this free public event is now open.
‘Year of Education on Station’ Wraps up with Live Earth-to-Space Call Between Students, NASA Astronaut in Orbit
NASA is celebrating the conclusion of its Year of Education on Station (YES) initiative with a final educational Earth-to-space call, allowing students and others to speak to an astronaut living and working aboard the International Space Station.
NASA’s 60th Anniversary: Learning About Earth From Space
NASA’s 60th Anniversary: Human Spaceflight
Three of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station, including two NASA astronauts, are scheduled to return to Earth on Thursday, Oct. 4.
Thirty-six students are participating in the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars workshop Sept. 25-28 at the Marshall Center, building working rovers, networking with aerospace professionals and honing lifetime skills crucial to America's space program.