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Build Your Computer Science Skills With NASA

December 6, 2022

Join NASA and its partners in celebrating Computer Science Education Week from Dec. 5-11 by learning more about what computer science means to NASA and how students can get involved. Full report from NASA: Read More

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NASA’s Lunar Flashlight SmallSat Readies for Launch

November 28, 2022

The small satellite will search for water ice in permanently shadowed craters at the Moon’s South Pole, using an orbit only one other spacecraft has employed. Full report from NASA: Read More

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5 Ways Supercomputing is Key to NASA Mission Success

November 22, 2022

Whether developing new technologies for landing on other planets, improving air travel here at home, or more realistically simulating global weather and climate, supercomputing is key to the success of NASA missions. Full report from NASA: Read More

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Advanced Air Mobility Aids in Cargo Delivery

November 21, 2022

We can receive packages faster today than ever before thanks to online ordering and quick delivery services. Full report from NASA: Read More

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Astronauts Leave “Microbial Fingerprint” on Space Station

November 18, 2022

A study shows that microorganisms living on surfaces inside the space station closely resembled those on the skin of the astronaut participating in the research. And they lingered even months after that person returned to Earth. Understanding the interplay between microbes and crew is important for health and safety on future human space missions. Full…

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LOFTID Inflatable Heat Shield Test A Success, Early Results Show

November 17, 2022

LOFTID Inflatable Heat Shield Test A Success, Early Results Show Full report from NASA: Read More

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Secrets of Sunspots and Solar Magnetic Fields Investigated in NASA Supercomputing Simulations

November 17, 2022

New results based on simulations out of NASA’s Advanced Supercomputing facility at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley are painting a more complete picture of one of the most prominent magnetically-driven solar features – a cycle of sunspot formation known as a “torsional oscillation.” Full report from NASA: Read More

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Jet Engine Installed on NASA’s X-59

November 14, 2022

NASA’s quiet supersonic X-59 now has the engine that will power it in flight. Full report from NASA: Read More

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NASA Space Biology Bootcamp Teaches the Teachers, Reaching More Students

November 10, 2022

When a team of NASA researchers set out to help train a diverse new generation of space biologists, they wanted to magnify their impact on today’s students. So, they decided to teach the teachers. Full report from NASA: Read More

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CAPSTONE Will Soon Meet the Crux of Its Deep Space Route to the Moon

November 9, 2022

On Nov. 13, CAPSTONE will reach the Moon and become the first spacecraft to enter into a unique, elongated orbit that will support NASA’s Artemis missions. Full report from NASA: Read More

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