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  • Kody Ensley and Robonaut2

    NASA Intern Goes Hands-on With Robonaut2  →

    See highlights of Undergraduate Student Research Project intern Kody Ensley’s work with the humanoid robot now residing on the space station.

  • Veronica Burnett

    USRP Intern Named AIP Intern of the Year  →

    University of California San Diego student Veronica Burnett's work during her 15-week Undergraduate Student Research Project internship was an award-winning experience.

  • Bianca Reinhardt

    Taking on Titan  →

    Universität Bremen student Bianca Reinhardt spent her Undergraduate Student Research Project internship compiling infrared images from the Cassini spacecraft.

  • Alina Zater sits in a shuttle simulator

    Student Develops Space Age MODules  →

    American Public University student Alina Zater spent her Undergraduate Student Research Project internship reviewing and developing Web-based distance learning modules for NASA.

  • Luis Bill stands with a robotic rover

    An Intern's Vision of NASA Exploration  →

    During his 15-week Undergraduate Student Research Project internship, San Francisco State University student Luis Bill researched ways to improve future robotics missions.

  • Eric Milo

    NASA Intern Studies the Art of the Chest Bump  →

    Florida State University student Eric Milo spent his Undergraduate Student Research Project internship taking part in hands-on biomedical research.

  • The space shuttle Enterprise

    The Space Shuttle Video

    Narrated by William Shatner, this video highlights the shuttle's history.

  • The words Space Images next to an image of the Helix nebula

    NASA Broadens Cosmic Horizons  →

    A new Space Images app and website offer an extensive image collection.

  • Three scientists work in a laboratory

    NASA Awards $1.2 Million to Universities for Innovative Research

    NASA has selected five proposals from universities around the country to receive a total of $1.2 million for Phase Two of the NASA Ralph Steckler Space Grant Colonization Research and Technology Development Opportunity.

  • STS-134 mission patch

    STS-134: Mission Timeline

    Commander Mark Kelly and the Endeavour crew will deliver the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to the International Space Station.

  • Artist's concept of the MESSENGER spacecraft orbiting Mercury

    MESSENGER Mission

    Keep up with the latest news, images and videos about this historic mission to the planet Mercury.

  • Cady Coleman and Ian Anderson

    First Space-Earth Duet

    NASA astronaut Cady Coleman, in orbit aboard the International Space Station, and musician Ian Anderson, founder of the rock band Jethro Tull, joined together for the first space-Earth duet.

  • NASA Chat logo

    NASA Chats

    Find information about upcoming chats and how you can ask a NASA expert your questions.

  • Students listening to a lecture

    USRP Supports 2011 UTEP Leadership Conference  →

    On Feb. 18, 2011, representatives of NASA's Undergraduate Student Research Project attended the 2011 University of Texas El Paso Leadership Conference to share their personal pathways to success.

  • Sendai, Japan

    NASA Coverage of the March 2011 Japanese Earthquake

    Find the latest NASA images of Japan. Read articles about how the earthquake and tsunami affected Japan and even may have shortened Earth days.

  • Women of SDO series logo

    Women of SDO

    Launched on Feb. 11, 2010, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is making history. Meet some of women of SDO as they share their journeys to becoming scientists, engineers or other professionals.

  • A large metal cylinder is readied for the Shell Buckling Knockdown Factor test

    NASA "Can Crush" Test Set for March 23, 2011

    NASA is set to conduct an innovative engineering test to help improve future heavy-lift launch vehicles design. Watch the event live online.

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  • Screenshot from the Women at NASA video

    Women at NASA Video

    Many women dream of careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Those dreams have come true for some at NASA.

  • A scientist works in a clean room

    WISE: The Infrared Full Sky Survey  →

    Join Dr. Amy Mainzer on March 17-18, 2011, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer. Or watch the live webcast online.

  • Whitney Lohmeyer

    A Woman in Aerospace

    Two-time NASA intern Whitney Lohmeyer is recipient of the inaugural Women in Aerospace Foundation Scholarship.