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  • Haiti

    NASA Information on Haiti

    01.26.10 - NASA has mobilized its Earth-observing and data analysis and distribution capabilities to support disaster recovery efforts in Haiti after the devastating Jan. 12 earthquake.

  • Dennis Murray and JPL mentor and engineer Peter Willis in JPL's Bio-Nano Lab

    Student Helps Develop "Lab on a Chip"  →

    01.19.10 - During his 15-week NASA internship, Drexel University biomedical engineering student Dennis Murray helped develop technology that could one day search for life on other planets.

  • Co-op student in front of a shuttle mock-up

    Careers @ NASA: Student Resource Page

    01.12.10 - Are your students interested in working for NASA? This resource page provides information about some of the careers NASA has to offer and the many opportunities available for students.

  • Lunar Rover Mining

    Lunabotics Mining Competition

    01.05.10 - NASA is challenging college students to design and build a lunar regolith excavator. Proposals are due Feb. 28, 2010. Teams will test their excavators in a head-to-head competition in May 2010.

  • Student interns Dan Killam and Ann Bui with JPL mentor Bill Patzert

    Climate Change Rains Down on JPL Undergrads

    12.10.09 - Two JPL college interns delving into California's rainfall records have uncovered some interesting findings that may be linked to climate change.

  • Antarctic Ozone Hole in spring 2009

    World of Change: Antarctic Ozone Hole  →

    12.15.09 - This series of satellite images shows the ozone hole on the day of its maximum depth each year from 1979 through 2008.

  • ISS Greetings with Jeff Williams

    Holiday Greetings from the International Space Station

    Season's greetings are offered by International Space Station Commander Jeff Williams in a special video message.

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  • The Galileo spacecraft's view of the Moon and Earth

    2012 – A Scientific Reality Check

    11.10.09 - The manager of NASA's Near-Earth Object Office shares with you the scientific realities surrounding the celestial happenings in the year 2012.

  • Thumbnail for interactive: The Story of the Universe by John Mather

    The Story of the Universe by Dr. John Mather

    NASA's Nobel Laureate tells his story of the universe, from the Big Bang to the James Webb Space Telescope.

  • image of Paul's Robotics team receiving check

    College Team Wins NASA Lunar Robot Prize

    10.18.09 - Paul’s Robotics, a team led by college student, Paul Ventimiglia of Worcester Polytechnic Institute won the $500,000 first prize in the 2009 Regolith Excavation Challenge that concluded on Oct. 18.

  • STS-129 Patch

    STS-129: Stocking the Station

    10.30.09 - The spare parts delivered to the International Space Station by Atlantis during the STS-129 mission will mean spare years on the station’s life once the space shuttle fleet is retired.

  • Karina Ogilvie floats with a look of surprise on her face

    Rollercoaster Ride

    10.26.09 - Follow a team of college students through a week in NASA's Microgravity University.

  • Artist's concept of the Odyssey spacecraft orbiting Mars

    Mars Exploration

    10.20.09 - Get the latest information on NASA spacecraft orbiting and roving the Red Planet.

  • A group of students pose in front of a NASA Education backdrop

    NASA Student Ambassadors

    09.01.09 - The first inductees into the NASA Student Ambassadors Virtual Community share with other Generation Y students how they got to where they are.

  • The six 2009 WISE scholars

    A Wise Choice

    09.29.09 - Graduates of Spelman College's Women In Science and Engineering program are the doctors, engineers and professors of today.

  • Greg (l) and Reid (r) standing in front of the NASA Headquarters building.

    My Summer at NASA

    09.11.09 - NASA aeronautics scholarship recipients spent the summer working at NASA and tell us what it was like.

  • Two students working inside an airplane

    A New Spin

    09.08.09 - A team of Colorado students try to improve the design of a Skylab-era experiment on a reduced-gravity flight with NASA.

  • Cartoon image of a book lashed to the back of a rocket and words Blast Back to School in lower right corner

    Blast Back to School

    08.11.09 - Add a little space to your classroom this year with NASA educational resources.

  • Spacesuit demos at Moses Lake

    Exploration Analog Missions

    09.01.09 - NASA teams are testing the equipment and technologies that will one day be used on the moon and Mars. Check out the new analogs Web site to stay connected with research teams in the field.

  • Astronaut Nicole Stott

    Astronaut Nicole Stott's Blog  →

    08.25.09 - Follow along as Nicole Stott embarks on a four-month adventure aboard the International Space Station.