50th Anniversary of Apollo 11

“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard…”President John F. Kennedy On July 16, 1969, mankind launched its first of many rockets that would successfully land on the moon and return safely back to Earth. Fast forward to... Continue Reading →

10 Everyday Objects Created by NASA

You may not realize just how big a role space exploration has played in your life. Many of the day-to-day technologies you use were developed by NASA. Here is a list of the top ten coolest things NASA has helped invent! Dust Busters: During the Apollo missions, astronauts needed a way to collect core samples... Continue Reading →

NASA SEES Internship: Apply Now!

Heads up sophomores and juniors: there’s an amazing summer program that you should apply for! It’s called STEM Enhancement in Earth Science, or SEES. It’s a free two-week internship through NASA where you work with scientists, engineers, and brilliant students from around the country to complete projects ranging from designing a CubeSat to coding programs... Continue Reading →

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