Month: February 2018

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Long-term Engagement with NASA for Educator Learning Experiences

It is well known that Professional Development (PD) for educators is effective if it is long-term and not just a one-off event. Office of Education at NASA Goddard partners with institutions to meet their long-term needs for educator PD. This February, I had the opportunity to further this partnership with pre-service teachers at Marymount University and in-service ...

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Expedition 54 Highlights and Spacewalks

Since their start aboard the International Space Station (ISS), Expedition 54 has given us many amazing pictures, performed successful spacewalks and completed much research and studies in bacteria, manufactured fiber optics in microgravity, measured the total amount of sunlight Earth receives, gathered data on space debris in low-Earth orbit, and studied self-repli...

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10 Interesting Facts About Neptune

Neptune is the eighth planet in our solar system. It was discovered in 1846 by Johann Galle and it's also known as the Windiest Planet. We have not visited this dark, cold, ice giant that often, but what we know will blow your space suits off! [caption id="attachment_311012" align="aligncenter" width="601"] This picture of Neptune was produced from the last whole...

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