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Images were taken 17 Mar 2013 with a 14 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope at Marshall Space Flight Center's Automated Lunar and Meteor Observatoryin Huntsville, Ala.">PANSTARRS images
This is the most common question we are asked, and the answer is "maybe."">The Upcoming Asteroid Flyby -- Can I See It?
Latest Kepler mission news connects to the NES featured lesson, Algebraic Equations: Transit Tracks—Finding Habitable Planets.">News From NASA's Kepler Mission Connects with Finding Habitable Planets Lesson
It is time to start getting ourselves prepared for the journey">Change
The IV&V Program’s Independent Test Capability team had the opportunity to compete in the 2012 NASA Software of the Year competition. The competition is sponsored by the NASA Chief Engineer, the NASA Chief Information Officer and the NASA Office of Sa
Now, it is time to start thinking about coming home. Up to this point I haven’t, and sort of denied it. I am still in denial, but I am going through the motions because I don’t want to forget something when the hatch closes … so we are preparing.">
Teacher Mario Esquivel of the Colegio Frances (French School) in Punta Arenas, Chile, produced videos about his flight on the IceBridge DC-8 and the experience Chilean students had asking IceBridge personnel questions via online chat during a mission.&quo
Applications for the 2013-14 Fellowship program are due by 11 p.m. EST, Dec. 5.">Apply Now for the 2013-14 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship
A geologist from the 2012 RATS team explains how they use a Space Exploration Vehicle and data from JAXA's Hayabusa mission to simulate visiting an asteroid.">Research and Technology Studies (RATS) 2012: Virtual Field Work
New Horizons races across the solar system for encounter that could alter what researchers know" about Pluto and other small worlds.">Visit to Pluto
NES educator Michael Lewis' students "take off" on NASA Fridays.">NASA Friday at Skiatook High School
Engineers candidly talk about Curiosity's landing system.">Curiosity's Seven Minutes of Terror
Kimberly Ennico blogs about observations from the Ames Research Center "Science Back Room" and the synergies with exploration and science.">From the ARC Science Back Room
NES NASA Now wins Emmy">NASA Explorer Schools' NASA Now Wins Emmy Award
On mission day 1, the crew gets settled inside the Multi-Mission Space Exploration Vehicle and begins the simulated mission, flying to a virtual asteroid and using the suitports to go out on a spacewalk.">Research and Technology Studies (RATS) 201