STEM

Of Course Mars 2020 is Going to Get a New Name. NASA is Looking for Judges for an Upcoming Naming Contest

NASA and its partner organizations are launching the "Name that Rover" competition, which gives students from all over the US…

3 years ago

NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets US Space Endurance Record, Speaks to President Trump

NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson set the endurance record for time in space by a U.S, astronaut today, Monday, April 24,…

5 years ago

Book review: Success Strategies from Women in STEM

Have you ever wished that there was an instruction manual for life? "Success Strategies from Women in STEM" aims to…

6 years ago

Virtual Summer Camp Alert! Maker Camp Kicks Off Today

If you're a high school student who's really into space, Maker Camp bills itself as a great spot for you…

8 years ago

NASA Engineer Answers 4-Year-Old’s Questions With a Personal Video

Like many kids his age, 4-year-old Lucas Whiteley is fascinated about space and astronauts and has a lot of questions…

8 years ago

NSF Report Biased, Expert Says: Americans Don’t Think Astrology is Scientific

Every Thanksgiving when I was home from college, at least one family member would turn to me and ask me…

8 years ago

Sequester Cancels NASA Outreach

  Well, it looks like it's finally happened: the U.S. sequester -- a "series of across-the-board cuts to government agencies totaling…

9 years ago

Chaos and Education at 120,000 feet for Camilla the Rubber Chicken

[/caption] In my travels, I've had the pleasure of regularly meeting up with Camilla the Rubber Chicken, the social media…

10 years ago

Historic Opportunity for Students to Participate on “Extra” Shuttle Mission

[/caption] A new opportunity for students to be part of history and fly an experiment on what could be the…

11 years ago