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NASA Challenge Gives Artemis Generation Coders a Chance to Shine

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NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement selected seven student teams to participate in a culminating event for the 2024 App Development…

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My NASA Data Milestones: Eclipsed by the Eclipse!

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The My NASA Data (MND) project supports grades 3rd through 12th-grade students and teachers across the globe in analyzing and…

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Collage showing 14 of the 19 educators selected and one tortoise observer with eclipse glasses.

Infiniscope and Eclipse Soundscapes Collaboration Reaches 1,766 Middle School Students

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Arizona State University’s (ASU) Center for Education Through Exploration, in collaboration with Eclipse Soundscapes, a NASA Citizen Science initiative based…

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A smiling woman is superimposed on a graphic of a Mars rover.

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Spacecraft Power (2016) How Does an RTG Work? What are Radioisotope Power Systems?

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Power to Explore STEM Writing Challenge

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The writing challenge invites K-12th grade students in the United States to learn about radioisotope power systems, a type of…

A cartoon blue alien, Earth, camera, and rocket are against a dark blue, starry background. The words Snap It! An Eclipse Photo Adventure are written across the image. The NASA insignia are in the top right.

NASA Launches Snap It! Computer Game to Learn About Eclipses

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On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will be visible to over 30 million people across North America. To…

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