How can cake ingredients be whipped into a moon-like crater? The activity works in classrooms, camps and at home.
Students get answers to questions about how planets form, how gravity works and what keeps the sun shining.
This summer JPL hosted over 300 students through NASA/JPL education programs. Three high school students share their experiences.› View This Video
A love of astronomy helped one college student set a course for a variety of science internships at JPL.› View This Video
Students used Lego robots to compete on a Mars-like obstacle course during an annual robotics competition at JPL.› View This Video
Internships at JPL helped one woman build her career as a software engineer working on robotics.› View This Video
As a college student, Gisselle Cunningham studies robotics and computer engineering. Her summer stint on a JPL robotics project was the perfect fit.› View This Video
Returning for his fourth summer at JPL, Victor Mejia knows his way around the Lab. This year's focus: Writing software for JPL scientists.› View This Video