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  • Carlotta Pham

    Student Shares Web 2.0 Research

    12.23.09 - A former JPL intern presented her research about "friending, sharing and tweeting" for NASA Space Place at this year's American Geophysical Union science conference.

  • A picture showing two smartphone devices

    JPL on the Go!  →

    Use your phone to access the latest news, videos and images from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

  • 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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  • Astronaut Sandy Magnus

    Cooking in Space

    Astronaut Sandy Magnus puts her culinary skills to work to spice up traditional space food fare aboard the International Space Station.

  • Dan Torczynski floating inside an airplane during a moment of microgravity

    Falling for NASA

    12.15.09 - NASA's student opportunities put engineering student Dan Torczynski in free fall.

  • 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.

  • iPhone for NASA

    NASA App Now Available from App Store

    10.23.09 - NASA announces the new NASA App for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The NASA App delivers a wealth of NASA's mission information, videos, images and news updates to people's fingertips.

  • 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.

  • A screenshot from the game showing the exterior of the space station

    Station Spacewalk Game

    NASA's Station Spacewalk Game simulates what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.

  • False-color satellite image of Mount St. Helens eruption

    Free Lecture: Monitoring Earth's Changing Land Surface  →

    12.01.09 - Join Michael Abrams on Dec. 3-4, 2009, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about how satellite images are being used to study the processes re-shaping Earth. Or watch the live webcast online.

  • STS-129 crew patch

    STS-129 Crew Profiles

    Learn more about the STS-129 space shuttle mission and crew.

  • The crew of STS-129 in their orange launch and entry suits

    STS-129: Continuing the Countdown

    11.10.09 - Atlantis' next mission will help prepare the International Space Station for life without the shuttle.

  • Cari Goulard sitting at a computer console

    Eye in the Sky

    11.03.09 - College students who worked behind-the-scenes of NASA's EarthKAM project now work on the inside.

  • 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.

  • Artist's concept of the Mars Science Lab rover on Mars

    Send Your Name to Mars  →

    06.30.09 - Submit your name to be included on a microchip that will be sent to Mars as part of NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory mission, scheduled to launch in 2011.

  • 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.

  • Maggie Masetti stands next to a model of a telescope

    Meet Maggie Masetti

    10.14.09 - For more than a decade, NASA education and outreach specialist Maggie Masetti has created ways to make teaching and learning science more fun.

  • Marci Delaney talks with students on a tv screen

    Delaney's Digital World

    10.08.09 - A scientist-turned-educator leads a NASA team that uses technology to bring science to the classroom.

  • Gene Feldman

    Oceans: The Great Unknown

    10.08.09 - Oceanographer Gene Feldman answers questions about a recent trip to the Galapagos Islands, tells how he first became interested in the oceans, and gives his advice to young scientists.

  • Robonaut 2

    Experience 3D Virtuality With Robonaut

    11.01.10 - Move, pack, and unpack Robonaut in 3D Virtuality!