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Many people write to NASA regarding opportunities available for citizens to participate in a NASA study, such as the Bed Rest Study. To find information on how to volunteer with NASA, please visit the Analog Studies page.
NASA is calling on innovators to help solve some of the challenges in rapidly testing technology payloads across a wide…
Current Opportunities For Educators
Professional Development, Webcasts, Lectures, Contests, Challenges, and More!
Browse opportunities that integrate NASA missions, educational resources, and NASA-unique facilities to provide high-quality STEM content and hands-on learning experiences. Educators return to their classrooms equipped with real-world experiences relevant to NASA content, hands-on training, and readiness to teach and engage their students in the STEM areas.
Decades of space exploration have provided us with invaluable knowledge of Earth, our Solar System, and beyond. But, it has…
NASA’s Virtual Opportunities
NASA citizen science projects are open to everyone around the world, not limited to U.S. citizens or residents.
NASA’s citizen science projects are collaborations between scientists and interested members of the public. Through these collaborations, volunteers (known as citizen scientists) have helped make thousands of important scientific discoveries. More than 410 NASA citizen scientists have been named as co-authors on refereed scientific publications. Want to work on some real NASA science? Be a Citizen Scientist!
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Virtual Guest Program
Since 2020, NASA has invited you, the public, to be virtual guests at launches and milestone events. As a virtual guest, you have access to curated resources, schedule changes, and mission specific information straight to your inbox. Following each activity, guests are sent a stamp for your virtual guest passport! All resources, participation, and registration are FREE. Receive your invitation. Select your opportunities. Join us!
JPL’s Theodore von Kármán Lecture Series aims to bring the excitement of JPL’s missions, instruments and other technologies to an audience of both JPL employees and the general public. The von Kármán series is a completely virtual event, taking place once per month, while being recorded for you to enjoy at any time.
This artist concept illustrates the new view of the Milky Way. The galaxy two major arms can be seen attached to the ends of a thick central bar, while the two now-demoted minor arms are less distinct and located between the major arms.
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