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Explore STS-133 Preparations, White House Science Fair, fNIRS Technolgy and Careers, and NASA Vodcasts PDF Print E-mail
Written by Debra C. BurkeyPiecka   
Thursday, 21 October 2010 09:46

STS-133 Crew

STS-133 Near Ready for Launch

After 132 space shuttle missions, only two remain before the fleet is scheduled to retire. That's two flights remaining to use the unique capabilities of the shuttle to finish construction on the International Space Station and prepare it for life after shuttle. STS-133 is scheduled to launch on November 1, 2010. Read more…

President Obama Hosts White House Science Fair

The White House Science Fair kicks off a week that culminates with the USA Science and Engineering Festival on the National Mall and in 50 satellite locations, poised to engage more than a million people nationwide. Read more...

What is fNIRS Technology and What NASA Cool Careers Does it Impact?

fNIRS stands for functional near-infrared spectroscopy. NASA's Glenn Research Center researches this neuroimaging technique. Learn about Cool NASA Career interns who explore fNIRS technology. Read more...

The Sights and Sounds of NASA Vodcasts

Have you used NASA video podcasts or vodcasts in your classroom? NASA provides vodcasts for a host of different topics including This Week @NASA, NASA 360, NASA eClips™, NASA Edge, Shuttle & Station, Solar System, Universe, Earth, What's Up?, and Human Research areas. Read more...


Last Updated on Thursday, 21 October 2010 10:31