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  • Robotic rover designed and built by the Carnegie Mellon University in partnership with NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif. Photo credit: Pleasanton Unified School District

    Valley View Elementary Students to Test-Drive Rovers

    11.05.09 - Fifth-grade students from Valley View Elementary School, Pleasanton, Calif., will experience robotic exploration by test-driving remote-controlled rovers around a student-designed obstacle course on Friday, Nov. 6, 2009.

  • K10 Robot

    Students to Participate in NASA's Lunar Field Test

    09.11.09 - To prepare for human exploration of the moon and other destinations in our solar system, NASA is conducting a field test of rovers and equipment at an Earthly site in the Arizona desert.

  • A class photo of the International Space University’s 2009 Space Studies Program.

    University Program, Students Soar to New Heights

    08.31.09 - After nine weeks of intense lessons, robotic and rocket competitions and rubbing elbows with NASA scientists, industry experts and entrepreneurs, students shared their final evening together at NASA Ames.

  • S. Pete Worden, director of NASA Ames.

    NASA Ames Bids Farewell to International Students

    08.24.09 - Students at the International Space University Space Studies Program 2009 and Singularity University will share their last evening together at NASA's Ames at their universities' closing ceremonies on Friday, Aug. 28, 2009.