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Science By The Numbers
Meet Gregory Delory, Deputy Project Scientist
"Science and math are important, but what's most important is to have a vision and a sustained source of personal motivation. Think often and deeply about what excites you and what you enjoy doing."
Year in Review: New Earth Discoveries 2020
Explore some of our top research discoveries of 2020 – from the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the environment to a new understanding of the blue shark’s hunting patterns.
Earth’s global sea levels are rising – and are doing so at an accelerating rate. People are feeling the impacts, as seemingly small increments of sea level rise become big problems along coastlines worldwide.
NASA Science at Home
Our goal is to ensure that every student, educator and lifelong learner has access to the resources and inspiration of NASA to continue their studies and/or enrich their ongoing journey.
Explore the opportunities and activities for all ages, online, outdoors, hands on, scientist chats and more...