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Artist concept of matter swirling around a black hole
A tardigrade is seen through an electron microscope. Black holes (top) and extreme life forms (bottom) are just two of many exciting topics during NASA's "Summer Science Camp." (Image credits: NASA/ESA)
Looking for a way to enrich your science knowledge? Have we got a summer camp for you!

NASA scientists and experts have created an eight-week live Web chat series to celebrate 2010 as a "Summer of Innovation." Beginning June 10, you can log in every Thursday afternoon and get answers to your questions from lots of scientists with plenty of answers.

It's easy to participate in the live chats. Simply log in on any Thursday listed below from 3 to 4 p.m. EDT and pose your questions to a NASA scientist. Check back on this page periodically to get links and other information. See you at "camp!"

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Janet Anderson, 256-544-0034
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
Janet.L.Anderson@nasa.gov