05.07.13 - Join us on May 7 at 1 p.m. EDT for a video chat with Bill and Linda Hunt. They will answer student questions about NASA's Earth-observing satellites, which are used by scientists to study Earth's atmosphere.
05.05.13 - On the night of May 5, NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke answered your questions about the 2013 Eta Aquarid meteor shower.
04.04.13 - On April 4, 2013, Bonnie Buratti, Ph.D., principal investigator for several NASA projects, answered questions about the New Horizons mission, Pluto, and the Kuiper Belt.
03.14.13 - On March 14, 2013, Lou Mayo, a Planetary Scientist, answered student questions about the Sun-Earth connection and the effect of the projected increase in solar activity during the upcoming solar maximum.
02.22.13 - On Feb. 22, 2013, engineer Dave Pierce answered questions about engineering, engineering careers and the launching capabilities at Wallops Flight Facility.
02.05.13 - On Feb. 5, 2013, Dabney answered student questions about the Landsat launch and how it will affect what we know about Earth. He also described how his education has come in handy with his job.
01.24.13 - On Jan. 24 at 1 p.m. EST, students asked Dr. Mary Ann Meador questions about her discovery of aerogel and rod-coil block copolymers and about the uses for each.
The 2012 Geminid meteor shower is always a good show! On the night of Dec. 13-14, NASA astronomers answered your questions via live Web chat.
› Chat Transcript (PDF, 409 Kb)
12.07.12 - On Dec. 7,2012, Walter Bruce, a Senior Thermal Engineer at NASA of Langley Research Center, answered student questions about NASA's light-weight IRVE-3, an experiment of an inflatable thermal protection system for spacecraft.
12.05.12 - If you've ever wondered what it takes to test-fire a rocket engine, now is your chance. Make plans to join NASA experts on Dec. 5 for a Twitter chat.
Scientists believe meteorites may solve mysteries about our solar system. On Thursday, Nov. 8, NASA experts discussed why meteorites matter.
› Chat Transcript (PDF, 145 Kb)
11.29.12 - On Nov. 29, 2012, electro-optics engineer Julie Williams-Byrd addressed student questions about current and future technologies needed for human spaceflight exploration.
11.02.12 - Students tuned in on Nov. 2, 2012 for a special event with NASA's DLN and NES commemorating space shuttle Atlantis.
10.24.12 - On Oct. 24, 2012, Aerospace Engineer Nicole Smith answered student questions on Orion's Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, America's new spacecraft for human exploration.
The 2012 Orionid meteor shower peaked on the night of Oct. 20-21. NASA astronomers hosted an "Up All Night" Web chat.
› Chat Transcript (PDF, 212 Kb)