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NASA has selected and prioritized 16 small research satellites from 10 states to fly as auxiliary payloads aboard space missions planned to launch in 2020, 2021 and 2022.
NASA’s Destination Station will visit Dallas from March 19 through 22 to highlight the work being done on the International Space Station and to return humanity to the Moon and then to Mars.
NASA Administrator, and Oklahoma native, Jim Bridenstine will be available to speak to media Saturday, March.
Students from Arizona will have an opportunity this week to talk with a NASA astronaut on the International Space Station.
High school science teachers will fly on SOFIA as part of a NASA professional development program managed by the SETI Institute.
No drive-through? No problem. University students are designing greenhouses so astronauts can grow their own food on Mars.
The G-CHASER rocket launched from the Andøya Space Center in Andenes, Norway, on Jan. 13, 2019. On its way through the northern lights, it carried seven different experiments, each one designed, tested and built by students.
Elementary school students from California will have an opportunity to talk with a NASA astronaut aboard the International Space Station next week.
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.