Involving The Next Generation of Space Explorers

Registration Opens for New NASA Engineering Design Challenge: Lunar Plant Growth Chamber

"As space shuttle Endeavour and 10 million cinnamon basil seeds are set to launch on a mission to the International Space Station, NASA has opened registration for the Lunar Plant Growth Chamber challenge."

SEDS 'Got Vision' Space Art Contest Now Accepting Submissions

"The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) today formally announced the opening of submissions for a nation-wide all-student space art contest."

Sally Ride Science Launches Blog to Help Teachers Fuel Students' Interest in Science

"What is it like to go from zero to 17,000 miles per hour in just over eight minutes? Or to orbit 220 miles above earth? When the Space Shuttle Endeavor blasts off tomorrow for its 12-day mission in space, teachers and students can follow the activities of NASA astronaut and teacher Barbara Morgan through the Sally Ride Science blog."

Keith Cowing's Devon Island Journal: 16-17 July 2007: Webcasts, Robots, Astronauts, and Dogs

"We also answered a lot questions sent in by students. Matt, Leroy, and I just answered them ad hoc - without a net, so to speak. Again, since we all know the topics rather well, spontaneous unrehearsed answers always sound better. I learned later that each time I read out the student's name there was a cheer from the other students in the room."

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