05.11.12 - On May 11, 2012 Tara Ruttley, associate program scientist for the space station, answered questions from students about the complexity of conducting research in microgravity aboard the ISS and the benefits from past and current experiments that help make life on Earth better for people of all nations.
04.25.12 - On April 25, 2012, NASA research scientist Stephen Kane answered questions from students about a study he co-authored showing the Milky Way has a minimum of 100 billion planets.
04.23.12 - On April 23, 2012, wildlife ecologist Becky Bolt answered student questions about her exciting career, and what NASA's Kennedy Space Center is doing to ensure a green and sustainable future.
04.16.12 - On April 16, 2012 students had an opportunity to interact with NASA experts who were on hand at the Space Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to celebrate the Space Shuttle Discovery Fly Out.
04.04.12 - On April 4, 2012, NASA robotics engineer Sandeep Yayathi answered student questions about his work with Robonaut 2, his career path and what the future holds for robotics.
03.22.12 - On March 22 NES held a chat in celebration of Women's History Month. A panel of outstanding women at NASA's Langley Research Center answered student questions about the panelists’ contribution to the missions and goals of NASA.
03.16.12 - NASA Explorer Schools held a video chat on March 16 with Dr. Michelle Thaller. Students asked questions about her career path, how she became interested in science, or any questions about astronomy at NASA.
10.05.11 - Do you dream of flying in space? Now is your chance.
02.08.12 - NASA Explorer Schools held a video chat on Feb. 16, 2012 with three young engineers who work on rockets and rocket engines. They answered questions about their education, careers and job responsibilities.
02.08.12 - Join us on Feb. 8 from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. EST to celebrate National Black History Month with a panel of five NASA engineers and scientists.