Student Experiments on International Space Station Opportunity, Inquiries required by May 27th, 2016!
May13

Student Experiments on International Space Station Opportunity, Inquiries required by May 27th, 2016!

The National Center for Earth and Space Science Education and the Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Space Education announce Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Mission 11 to the International Space Station (ISS). This STEM education opportunity immerses grade 5-16 students across a community in an authentic, high visibility research experience, where student teams design and propose real microgravity experiments to fly in low...

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Today is Earth Day! Share How You Love Earth!
Apr22

Today is Earth Day! Share How You Love Earth!

NASA is sharing behind the scenes look at all we do in Earth science — and the people who are working to better understand our home planet, every minute of every day. To follow highlights search social media using the #24Seven or visit http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/2016/join-nasa-for-a-24seven-celebration-of-earth-day. But that’s not all: There is still time! We are asking YOU to show us how you make our planet a...

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Share Your Sky on Global Cloud Observation Day
Jan13

Share Your Sky on Global Cloud Observation Day

Join NASA and Look Up on Global Cloud Observation Day Students and citizen scientists around the world have been making cloud observations with NASA for nearly two decades through the Students’ Cloud Observations On-Line (S’COOL). This Wednesday, January 13, 2016, marks Global Cloud Observation Day and the 19th anniversary of the very first S’COOL observation. The S’COOL program and its citizen scientist...

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NASA Langley Research Center, 2014 Year in Review.
Dec31

NASA Langley Research Center, 2014 Year in Review.

It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… No really, It’s a Plane! To close out 2014 NASA Langley Research Center welcomed the Super Guppy, a NASA airplane that can open its “nose” to load and unload large cargo from the front of the aircraft. Read more about the Guppy’s visit to Langley here: http://www.nasa.gov/larc/nasa-super-guppy-plane-delivers-large-composite-structure-for-testing/#.VJnOS8AAB....

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NASA STEM Spanish Immersion Educator Professional Development: National Climate Assessment in Spanish

During Earth Science Week 2014, Research Scientist Alison Delgado and NASA Educator Professional Development Specialist Marilé Colón Robles reviewed the National Climate Assessment (or NCA) report through an in-depth view on how our climate is changing and what observations are telling us, all in Spanish! Participants discovered how to integrate the National Climate Assessment into their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and...

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Guest Blogger: Rachel Schwartz shares about coastclouds.com
Sep18

Guest Blogger: Rachel Schwartz shares about coastclouds.com

Observe Your World is excited to introduce our first guest blogger! Meet Rachel Schwartz and her work with an online interactive that allows anyone, even YOU,  to observe and share clouds from a different perspective. Rachel writes… Do you ever look out the window on an overcast day and wonder how far the cloud cover extends? I do all the time. I also know that we have a wealth of satellite data, so after I look out the window I...

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