NASA Education Express — June 20, 2013

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Check out the following NASA opportunities for the education community. Full descriptions are listed below.

Guidance for Education and Public Outreach Activities Under Sequestration

NASA has taken the first steps in addressing the mandatory spending cuts called for in the Budget Control Act of 2011. The law mandates a series of indiscriminate and significant across-the-board spending reductions totaling $1.2 trillion over 10 years.

As a result, NASA has been forced to implement a number of new cost-saving measures, policies, and reviews in order to minimize impacts to the mission-critical activities of the Agency. Guidance regarding conferences, travel, and training that reflect the new fiscal reality in which the agency must operate has been provided.

For specific guidance as it relates to public outreach and engagement activities please reference the following webpage.

http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/about/sequestration-NASA-education-guidance.html

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Check out the following NASA opportunities for the education community. Full descriptions are listed below.

Free Education Webinar Series from the Aerospace Education Services Project
Audience: K-12 Educators
Next Event Date: June 20, 2013, at 4 p.m. EDT

Engineering Design: Forces and Motion — The Great Boomerang Challenge Web Seminar
Audience: 9-12 and Informal Educators
Event Date: June 20, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. EDT

Von Kármán Symposium at California Institute of Technology
Audience: Higher Education Educators and Students
Event Date: June 21, 2013

Climate Change in the Classroom Summer 2013 Teacher Workshop
Audience: Educators of Grades 8-12
Registration Deadline: June 21, 2013
Online Workshop Dates: July 31 – Aug. 1, 2013
In-Person Workshop Dates: Aug. 5-6, 2013

Pre-Service Teacher Institute at NASA’s Langley Research Center
Audience: Higher Education Students
Application Deadline: June 21, 2013
Institute Dates: July 22 – Aug. 2, 2013

Center for Gulf Studies Summer Speaker Series
Audience: All Educators and Students
Event Dates: Each Monday at 11 a.m. CDT through August 2013

NASA Educator Workshop — Soil Moisture and Precipitation
Audience: Educators of Grades 5-8
Workshop Date: June 26, 2013

Langley Aerospace Research Student Scholars — Fall 2013 Session
Audience: Higher Education Students
Application Deadline: June 26, 2013

NASA’s Digital Learning Network Event — Space Shuttle Atlantis Celebration
Audience: All Educators and Students
Event Date: June 28, 2013, 1-2 p.m. EDT

Lunar and Planetary Institute Workshop: Mars Revealed
Audience: 9-12 Educators and Pre-service Teachers
Application Period Closes: June 28, 2013
Workshop Dates: July 22-26, 2013

Student Spaceflight Experiments Program — Mission 5 to the International Space Station
Audience: School Districts Serving Grades 5-12, Informal Education Institutions, Colleges and Universities
Inquiry Deadline: June 30, 2013

NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellowships
Audience: Higher Education Educators and Students
Next Application Deadline: July 1, 2013

Going to Mars With MAVEN Campaign
Audience: Educators and Students Worldwide
Deadline: July 1, 2013

Historical NASA Space Artifacts Available for Educational Use
Audience: Educational Institutions, Museums and Other Education Organizations
Deadline: July 1, 2013

NASA GIRLS and NASA BOYS Mentoring Project

Audience: 5-8 Educators and Students
Application Deadline: July 2, 2013

Sally Ride EarthKAM Summer 2013 Mission
Audience: Middle School Educators and Students, and the Informal Education Community
Mission Dates: July 9-12, 2013

NASA Partners With the LEGO Group for Design and Build Contest
Audience: Anyone Age 13 or Older
Entry Deadline: July 31, 2013

NASA Exploration Design Challenge
Audience: K-12 Educators and Students
Virtual Crew Registration Deadline: March 14, 2014

Don’t miss out on upcoming NASA education opportunities.
For a full list of events, opportunities and more, visit the Educator and Student Current Opportunity pages on NASA’s website:
— Educators http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/current-opps-index.html
— Students http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/current-opps-index.html

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Free Education Webinar Series from the Aerospace Education Services Project

The Aerospace Education Services Project is presenting a series of free webinars throughout June 2013. All webinars can be accessed online. Join aerospace education specialists to learn about activities, lesson plans, educator guides and resources to bring NASA into your classroom.

Satellite Meteorology: Demonstrations and Activities for Science (Grades 6-12)
June 20, 2013, at 4 – 5 p.m. EDT
Aerospace education specialist Marilé Colón Robles will discuss the various resources NASA has to offer relating to satellite meteorology, weather and climate. Learn about NASA resources that allow students to use NASA data and imagery to monitor cloud covers, to observe global weather patterns and to examine information related to climate change.

Exploring the Surface of Mars: Searching for Clues of Life — Past and Present (Grades 5-12)
June 21, 2013, at 4 – 5 p.m. EDT
Aerospace education specialist Tony Leavitt will discuss NASA’s exploration of Mars and how the “Follow the Water” strategy has lead to evidence of water both in ancient oceans and rivers on the Red Planet. Participants will learn ways to engage students with this quest for life on another planet. Inquiry activities that involve exploring and evaluating land forms on Mars will be shared.

Our Solar System: A Model Overview (Grades 4-8)
June 25, 2013, at 1 – 2 p.m. EDT
Aerospace education specialist Steve Culivan will present NASA inquiry activities that demonstrate remote sensing and scale models to better visualize our sun, planets, asteroids and other objects as a whole system.

For more information about these webinars, and to see a full list of webinars taking place through June 2013, visit http://aesp.psu.edu/programs/webinars/.

Questions about this series of webinars should be directed to Chris Gamrat at gamrat@psu.edu.

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Engineering Design: Forces and Motion — The Great Boomerang Challenge Web Seminar

As part of a series of electronic professional development experiences, the NASA Explorer Schools project and the National Science Teachers Association are hosting a free 90-minute professional development Web seminar for educators on June 20, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. EDT. Learn how to incorporate the Next Generation Science Standards, High School Engineering Design Performance Expectations, into your curriculum. During the session, participants will be introduced to the Boomerang Design Challenge and learn how to incorporate this activity into science classes. The seminar also includes information about two unique extensions. In the first, students access a free computer simulation illustrating the airflow around an airfoil to determine the correct flow equation, and a second extension uses an interactive simulation to determine the airflow around various shapes of airfoils.

Due to popular demand, this Web seminar is being offered this one final time during the current school year.

For more information and to register online, visithttp://learningcenter.nsta.org/products/symposia_seminars/NES3/webseminar6.aspx.

To learn more about the NASA Explorer Schools project, visit http://explorerschools.nasa.gov.

Email any questions about this opportunity to the NES Help Desk at NASA-Explorer-Schools@mail.nasa.gov.

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Von Kármán Symposium at California Institute of Technology

A one-day symposium will be held at the California Institute of Technology on June 21, 2013, to commemorate the life and accomplishments of Dr. Theodore von Kármán. Dr. von Kármán was a key figure in aerodynamics, and his work on supersonic and hypersonic airflow characterization was groundbreaking. Being a true visionary with many international contacts, he founded or helped to found many institutions, notably the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the International Academy of Astronautics and the California Institute of Technology, where he served as the first director of Graduate Aerospace Laboratories.

Registration is $75 and includes a luncheon and a closing reception.

For more information, including the symposium agenda and instructions for registering, visithttp://www.lcpm10.caltech.edu/symp.html.

Questions about this symposium should be directed to vks@caltech.edu.

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Climate Change in the Classroom Summer 2013 Teacher Workshop

The Climate Change in the Classroom — Summer 2013 Teacher Workshop is an opportunity for teachers of grades 8-12 to learn about climate change in today’s headlines and to enhance their understanding about this complex global issue for use across curricula.

Participants will explore climate science with researchers at NASA and Columbia University’s Center for Climate Research on the frontlines of advancing scientific understanding. Online workshop sessions will take place July 31 – Aug. 1, 2013. In-person workshop sessions will take place Aug. 5-6, 2013, at Columbia University in New York City.

Participants will receive a stipend and will have the opportunity to receive graduate credits. Applications are due June 21, 2013.

For more information and to download an application, visit http://ccsr.columbia.edu/education/hot-one-world-one-climate/.

Questions about this workshop should be directed to Carolyn Harris at Cah40@columbia.edu.

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Pre-Service Teacher Institute at NASA’s Langley Research Center

NASA Langley Research Center’s Office of Education and the National Institute of Aerospace are sponsoring a two-week Pre-Service Teacher Institute taking place July 22 – Aug. 2, 2013, in Hampton, Va. This session is for education majors preparing to teach grades K-8.

Participants will engage in hands-on learning experiences designed to develop their skills for teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics using NASA-developed resources.Participants will have opportunities to interact with NASA scientists and engineers, making real-world connections to standards-based classroom content. Full-time rising junior or senior undergraduate and graduate students, including career switchers, are invited to apply. Students who participate will receive a stipend for attending.

Applications are due June 21, 2013.

For more information and to apply online, visit http://www.nianet.org/resources/Outreach/K-12-Education-Outreach/PSTI.aspx.

Please email any questions about this opportunity to Shannon Verstynen atshannon.verstynen@nianet.org.

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Center for Gulf Studies Summer Speaker Series

The INFINITY Science Center in Mississippi invites the public, both young and old, to meet some of the leading researchers in the world studying the Gulf of Mexico. INFINITY is hosting the First Annual Center for Gulf Studies Summer Speaker Series. These lectures will take place each Monday at 11 a.m. CDT through August. The lectures are free with paid admission to the INFINITY Science Center.

Researchers associated with the Center for Gulf Studies will discuss what they are learning and discovering about the Gulf and its importance to our living, playing and working in and around its waters. Next week’s lecture on June 24, 2013, will include a discussion titled “Forget Predicting the Weather; Try Predicting the Oceans!” led by Dr. Bob Arnone.

For more information, including a full list of upcoming lectures, visit http://www.visitinfinity.com/news-events/1958/.

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NASA Educator Workshop — Soil Moisture and Precipitation

NASA invites middle school educators to attend a workshop sponsored by the Solar Moisture Active Passive, or SMAP, and the Global Precipitation Measurement, or GPM, missions. The workshop will take place on June 26, 2013, at the Goddard Visitor Center at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.

Learn about soil moisture and precipitation through hands-on activities and lectures, and see how NASA gathers data on these variables from space. This premier joint mission workshop is targeted for middle school science educators, and is designed to showcase how NASA gathers data about Earth from space. Discussion will connect how soil moisture and precipitation directly relate to the global water cycle, and will introduce engaging activities and information that participants can use in the classroom.

Registration for the workshop is required, and attendance will be at the teacher’s expense. Space is limited to 30 participants.

For more information, visit http://pmm.nasa.gov/education/current-activities/2013-SMAP-GPM-Middle-School-Teachers-Workshop.

Questions about this workshop should be directed to Brian Campbell atBrian.A.Campbell@nasa.gov.

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Langley Aerospace Research Student Scholars — Fall 2013 Session

Langley Aerospace Research Student Scholars, or LARSS, is offering a 15-week fall internship at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va. Internships are available for rising undergraduate juniors, seniors and graduate students at accredited U.S. colleges, universities and community colleges. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. The grade point average requirement is a 3.0 out of a 4.0.

The internship includes doing a research project under the supervision of a researcher, attending technical lectures by prominent engineers and scientists and presenting project results at a poster session. Additional elements include tours of Langley wind tunnels, computational facilities and laboratories, as well as several networking activities.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Applications are due June 26, 2013.

Note: Spring and summer sessions are also offered. Please see the website for details.

For more information and to apply online, visit http://www.nianet.org/LARSS-2012/index.aspx.

Please email any questions about this opportunity to Debbie Murray atDeborah.B.Murray@nasa.gov.

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NASA’s Digital Learning Network Event — Space Shuttle Atlantis Celebration

NASA invites students and educators to tune in for a special Digital Learning Network webcast event celebrating space shuttle Atlantis. NASA will be celebrating the unveiling of Atlantis’ new home at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. This celebration will include special guests who have worked on Atlantis.

The event will be webcast on the NASA DLiNfo Channel on June 28, 2013, at 1 p.m. EDT.

For more information and to view the webcast, visit http://dln.nasa.gov.

Questions about this event should be directed to Rachel Power at rachel.b.power@nasa.gov.

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Lunar and Planetary Institute Workshop: Mars Revealed

The Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) and the ChemCam instrument team invite high school teachers, both in-service and pre-service, to attend the “Mars Revealed: Evolving Technology, Advancing Science” workshop. This five-day workshop will take place at LPI in Houston, Texas, on July 22-26, 2013.

Attendees will discover the relationship between evolving technology and our scientific understanding of Mars. Attendees will also discuss the nature and process of science with invited Mars scientists. Classroom resources will be provided.

Workshop registration is free. This workshop is limited to 20 participants. Interested educators are encouraged to apply early to secure a spot. Qualified applicants will be accepted in the order they apply. The application period closes June 28, 2013.

For more information and to apply for the workshop, visithttp://www.lpi.usra.edu/education/workshops/mars/.

Questions about the workshop should be directed to Andy Shaner at shaner@lpi.usra.edu.

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Student Spaceflight Experiments Program — Mission 5 to the International Space Station

The National Center for Earth and Space Science Education and the Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Space Education, in partnership with NanoRacks LLC, announce an authentic science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, opportunity for school districts across the U.S. and space station partner nations. The newest flight opportunity, Mission 5 to the International Space Station, or ISS, gives students across a community the ability to design and propose real experiments to fly in low Earth orbit on the International Space Station. This opportunity is part of the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, or SSEP.

Each participating community will receive a real microgravity research mini-laboratory capable of supporting a single microgravity experiment, and all launch services to fly the mini-lab to the space station in spring 2014 and return it to Earth. An experiment design competition in each community — engaging typically 300+ students — allows student teams to design and propose real experiments vying for their community’s reserved mini-lab. Content resources for teachers and students support foundational instruction on science in microgravity and experimental design. Additional SSEP programming leverages the experiment design competition to engage the community, embracing a learning community model for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, education.

This competition is open to students in grades 5-12 and college. Informal education groups and organizations are also encouraged to participate. Interested communities must inquire about the program no later than June 30, 2013. The National Center for Earth and Space Science Education is available to help interested communities in the U.S. secure the needed funding.

To learn more about this opportunity, visit the SSEP Mission 5 to International Space Station National Announcement of Opportunity at http://ssep.ncesse.org/2013/05/to-school-districts-announcing-student-spaceflight-experiment-program-ssep-mission-5-to-the-international-space-station-for-2013-14/.

SSEP is enabled through a strategic partnership with NanoRacks LLC working with NASA under a Space Act Agreement as part of the utilization of the International Space Station as a national laboratory. The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (http://www.iss-casis.org/) is a national partner on SSEP. To view a list of all SSEP national partners, visithttp://ssep.ncesse.org/national-partners/.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please email SSEP National Program Director Jeff Goldstein at jeffgoldstein@ncesse.org.

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NASA Postdoctoral Program Fellowships

The NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) supports NASA’s goal to expand scientific understanding of the Earth and the universe in which we live.

Selected by a competitive peer-review process, NPP Fellows complete one- to three-year Fellowship appointments that offer scientists and engineers unique opportunities to conduct research in fields of science relevant to NASA.

These opportunities advance NASA’s missions in Earth science, heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics, space bioscience, aeronautics and engineering, human exploration and space operations, and astrobiology. Opportunities are available at NASA Centers and other NASA-approved sites.

As a result, NPP Fellows contribute to national priorities for scientific exploration, confirm NASA’s leadership in fundamental research, and complement the efforts of NASA’s partners in the national science community.

U.S. citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents, and foreign nationals eligible for J-1 status as a Research Scholar may apply. Applicants must have completed a Ph.D. or equivalent degree before beginning the fellowship, but may apply while completing the degree requirements. Applicants who earned the Ph.D. more than five years before the deadline date are categorized as Senior Fellows; all applicants, no matter their category, must apply and become eligible for an NPP award via the same process.

Interested applicants may apply by one of three annual application deadlines: March 1July 1, and November 1.

For more information and application procedures, go to http://nasa.orau.org/postdoc/.

Questions about this opportunity should be directed to nasapostdoc@orau.org.

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Going to Mars With MAVEN Campaign

The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission, also known as MAVEN, is set to launch to the Red Planet in November 2013. And your name and personal message could hitch a ride to Mars!

Names that are submitted to the Going to Mars With MAVEN website will be placed on a DVD that will be carried aboard the MAVEN spacecraft. Participants who submit their names to the Going to Mars campaign will be able to print a certificate of appreciation to document their involvement with the MAVEN mission.

The MAVEN spacecraft will also carry personal messages from three contest winners. The Message to Mars contest is looking for personal messages in the form of haiku poems to send to the Red Planet. The public will vote to select the top three entries. Entries must be written in English. Winning haikus will be carried aboard the MAVEN spacecraft and will be prominently displayed on the MAVEN website.

Names and entries for the Message to Mars contest are due July 1, 2013.

For more information and to submit your name and message, visithttp://lasp.colorado.edu/maven/goingtomars/send-your-name/.

Questions about this opportunity should be directed tohttp://lasp.colorado.edu/maven/goingtomars/contact/.

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Historical NASA Space Artifacts Available for Educational Use

NASA is inviting eligible educational institutions, museums and other organizations to screen and request historical space artifacts.

The artifacts represent significant human spaceflight technologies and processes and the accomplishments of NASA’s many programs. NASA and the General Services Administration worked together to ensure broad access to space artifacts and to provide a Web-based electronic artifacts viewing capability. The Web-based artifacts module is located athttp://gsaxcess.gov/NASAWel.htm.

Eligible participants may view the artifacts now and request specific items at the website throughJuly 1, 2013. Only schools and museums are eligible to receive artifacts. They must register online using an assigned Department of Education number, or through the state agency for surplus property in their state.

The artifacts are free of charge. Eligible organizations must cover shipping costs and any special handling fees. Shipping fees on smaller items will be relatively inexpensive, while larger items may involve extensive disassembly, preparation, shipping and reassembly costs. NASA will work closely with eligible organizations, on a case-by-case basis, to address any unique special handling costs.

Special items, such as space shuttle thermal protective tiles, space shuttle main engine turbine blades and packages of three packets of astronaut food are also offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Instructions for requesting artifacts and special items are linked on the website home page.

Questions about this opportunity should be directed to GSAXcessHelp@gsa.gov.

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NASA GIRLS and NASA BOYS Mentoring Project

NASA is looking for the next generation of scientists, engineers and innovators. To jump-start the future of potential explorers, Women@NASA has created a mentoring project that offers a one-of-a-kind experience for middle school students. Participants will get to explore the possibilities of a career in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

The project will feature one-on-one mentoring from NASA employees. Participants will complete online lessons with their mentors while virtually connected through Skype or Google Chat.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens in grades 5-8 or home-school equivalent. The mentoring project will take place over a five-week period during the summer.

Applications are due July 2, 2013.

For more information and to register online, visit http://women.nasa.gov/nasagirls/.

Questions about this opportunity should be directed to hq-women@nasa.gov.

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Sally Ride EarthKAM Summer 2013 Mission

Students and educators are invited to join NASA for the Sally Ride EarthKAM Summer 2013 Mission from July 9-12, 2013. Guide your students in hands-on research as they program a camera aboard the International Space Station to take pictures of specific locations on Earth. The optional online curriculum at the Sally Ride EarthKAM website is targeted at middle school students, but could easily be adapted for other grade levels. All students and educators are welcome — including participants in summer and after-school programs.

For more information and to register for the upcoming mission, visit the Sally Ride EarthKAM home page at https://earthkam.ucsd.edu/.

If you have questions about the EarthKAM project, please email ek-help@earthkam.ucsd.edu.

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NASA Partners With the LEGO Group for Design and Build Contest

NASA and the LEGO Group are partnering to inspire the next generation of aerospace engineers by offering a new design competition. The competition will spur students of all ages to use the toy bricks in building models of future airplanes and spacecraft.

The “NASA’s Missions: Imagine and Build” competition is now open with an entry deadline of July 31, 2013. Winners in each category will be selected by a panel of NASA and LEGO officials and announced Sept. 1, 2013.

The first category in the contest is “Inventing Our Future of Flight.” In this challenge, participants will design and build their idea for an aircraft of the future based on real concepts and new technology NASA’s aeronautics innovators are working on to increase fuel efficiency and reduce harmful emissions and noise.

In addition to building a model from LEGO bricks or using the LEGO Digital Designer computer program, participants in this category also must prepare and write a technical paper. The paper will explain how the contest design takes advantage of NASA’s ideas and potentially improves on them.

This category divides entrants into two groups: young student builders ages 13 to 18 and an open group for anyone age 13 and older. The two winners will receive a custom-made LEGO trophy and a collection of NASA memorabilia.

The second contest category is “Imagine Our Future Beyond Earth.” In this challenge, participants will use their imaginations to design and build a futuristic vehicle from LEGO bricks that might travel through the air or in space. It could be an airplane, rotorcraft, rocket, spacecraft, satellite, rover or something else. The design can be based in reality or purely a flight of fancy. This competition is open to entrants 16 or older. The grand prize is a LEGO set signed by the set’s designer and a collection of NASA memorabilia. There also is a runner up prize.

To read the complete rules and guidelines for submitting the LEGO model and technical paper, visithttp://rebrick.lego.com/.

LEGO Systems, Inc. is the North American division of The LEGO Group, a privately-held, family-owned company based in Billund, Denmark. The company is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of creatively educational play materials for children. For more information and to visit the virtual LEGO world, go to http://www.LEGO.com.

For more information about NASA aeronautics research and space exploration, visithttp://www.nasa.gov.

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NASA Exploration Design Challenge

Students from Kindergarten through 12th grade will have the opportunity to play a unique role in the future of human spaceflight through participation in NASA’s Exploration Design Challenge, or EDC. NASA EDC invites students around the world to think and act like scientists in order to overcome one of the major hurdles of deep space long-duration exploration — the dangers associated with space radiation. Students taking part in the challenge will discover how to plan and design improved radiation shielding aboard the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, currently being developed by NASA, Lockheed Martin and other partners to carry astronauts to space, venturing farther than humans have ever gone before.

Through a series of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, engagement activities, students in grades K-8 will analyze different materials that simulate space radiation shielding and recommend materials that best block radiation and protect astronauts. Students in grades 9-12 will think and act like engineers as they apply what they learn to design shielding to protect a sensor on the Orion crew module from space radiation. After a review of the design solutions submitted by teams in the grades 9-12 challenge, five finalist teams will be selected and matched with a mentor from NASA to test their designs in a virtual simulator. The winning team will build a prototype radiation shield that will be analyzed and submitted to Lockheed Martin for flight certification on the inaugural flight of the Orion Exploration Flight Test, or EFT-1.

The five U.S. finalist teams from the grades 9-12 challenge will be invited to attend the EFT-1 launch, currently scheduled for November 2014. The names of all students, grades K-12, participating in the NASA EDC will fly aboard the spacecraft as honorary virtual crewmembers for Orion’s first flight. The deadline to register students for the virtual crew is March 14, 2014.

For more information and to register online, visit http://www.nasa.gov/education/edc.

For more information about Orion, visit http://www.nasa.gov/orion.

Email any questions about this opportunity to nasaedc@nianet.org.

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Don’t miss out on education-related opportunities available from NASA. For a full list of Current Opportunities, visit http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/current-opps-index.html.

Visit NASA Education on the Web:
For Educators: http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/index.html
For Students: http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/index.html
NASA Kids’ Club: http://www.nasa.gov/kidsclub 

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