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11.23.10 - Middle school students from Washington, D.C. talked with the space station's Expedition 25 crew.
This Thanksgiving, the International Space Station crew recorded a holiday greeting and also invites the public to send holiday greetings to them aboard the space station.
Do you have an idea for an experiment to do on the space station? Submit your idea by Dec. 8, 2010.
11.08.10 - NASA and LEGO have joined forces to inspire students to learn more math and science.
10.26.10 - Check out the newly installed webcam that lets you watch technicians assemble and test the next NASA Mars rover.
11.02.10 - NASA and LEGO have partnered to conduct education and public outreach activities aimed at increasing awareness of and participation in STEM fields.
11.02.10 - Grab a telescope, binoculars or just a lawn chair, and head out to the backyard for a night of cosmic sightseeing.
10.27.10 - An all-female student robotics team, led by JPL scientists and engineers, is recognized by President Obama for winning the prestigious FIRST Tech Challenge Inspire award.
10.18.2010 - NASA will be a major exhibitor at the USA Science and Engineering Festival being held in Washington, D.C., this weekend. The Festival is free and open to the public.
10.18.10 - Today, President Obama hosts the White House Science Fair celebrating the winners of a broad range of science, technology, engineering and math competitions.
Students can enter a video contest about NASA technology.
10.12.10 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced the selection of Leland D. Melvin as the agency's new associate administrator for education.
10.13.10 - Satellites are expensive, so you can't just go building them willy-nilly. Learn the steps scientists and engineers follow to go from an idea to a satellite orbiting another planet.
10.05.10 - Grab a telescope, binoculars or just a lawn chair, and head out to the backyard for a night of cosmic sightseeing.
09.08.10 - Grab a telescope, binoculars or just a lawn chair, and head out to the backyard for a night of cosmic sightseeing.
09.03.10 - In a series of collaborations--including an public service announcement with Mary J. Blige--NASA is getting the word out that studying science and engineering opens the door to a bright future.
08.24.10 - I'm Zoë Bentley, a 13-year-old homeschooler from Arizona. I recently won second place in a NASA/USA Today contest and won a visit to JPL. Wow, what an experience!
08.24.10 - In Death Valley, Calif., college students and scientists are studying rocks that glide across the desert landscape. The rocks leave trails. But no one has ever seen the rocks move.
08.17.10 - NASA looks to reduce the so-called "summer slide" with fun and creative activities for students as part of the Summer of Innovation project.