Archive for "Nasa News"

Houston, We Have a Groundlink

Nov 17

Through a new program called Groundlinks, students can directly ask questions to crew inside the NASA’s Human Exploration Research Analog, or HERA.

NASA Day Highlights STEM Activities for Hundreds of Afghan Evacuees

Nov 17

NASA Langley personnel visited the living support area as part of Operations Allies Welcome, to promote STEM education through hands-on activities at Fort Lee, Virginia, for hundreds of Afghan evacuees.

STEM-a-Thon Event Headlines American Education Week for NASA

Nov 15

NASA hosts its 2021 STEM-a-Thon this week, a series of activities and engagements aimed at sparking interest in careers and broadening student participation in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Five Ways to Celebrate National STEM Day with NASA

Nov 8

National STEM Day recognizes the ways science, technology, engineering, and math benefit humanity on Earth and in space. NASA’s greatest accomplishments and most ambitious plans are made possible by the explorers, engineers, scientists, and leaders who harness the STEM expertise of our top-notch workforce.

La NASA desafía a estudiantes a diseñar robots para excavar en la Luna

Oct 20

La NASA busca jóvenes ingenieros para ayudar a diseñar un concepto de robot para una misión de excavación en la Luna.

NASA Administrator to Meet with Florida STEM Students

Sep 30

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson will visit with students in Tallahassee, Florida to discuss the future of space exploration at 2 p.m. EDT on Friday, Oct.1.

NASA Releases Interactive Graphic Novel “First Woman”

Sep 25

NASA released its first digital, interactive graphic novel on Saturday in celebration of National Comic Book Day. “First Woman: NASA’s Promise for Humanity” imagines the story of Callie Rodriguez, the first woman to explore the Moon.

Iowa Students to Hear from NASA Astronauts Aboard Space Station

Sep 23

Students from Iowa will have an opportunity next week to hear from NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

NASA Highlights Minority Serving Institution Capabilities to Increase Diversity in STEM Workforce

Aug 31

NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement Minority University Research and Education Project is leading the effort to integrate technology in the STEM portfolio.

Katherine Johnson’s STEM Contributions Marked on her 103rd Birthday

Aug 26

NASA reflects on the many barriers Katherine Johnson broke in the fields of STEM on her way to history.