NES Events: June 11 – June 15

Professional Development Opportunity

Professional Development Seminar: Skeletal System: Human Physiology in Space Web Seminar

June 12, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. EDT
This seminar will provide instruction on how to integrate the Skeletal System: Human Physiology in Space lesson into your curriculum. There are two classroom activities in this lesson focusing on the effects of spaceflight on human physiology. Obtain information about the effect microgravity has on the physiology of astronauts and learn about the countermeasures NASA uses to help overcome these effects when they return to Earth. For more information and to register for this Web seminar visit

NES Recognition Web Seminar
NES Recognition Opportunities Awareness Web Seminar
June 13, 2012 at 6 p.m. EDT
NES provides unique opportunities for teachers, school and students who become highly engaged with all the NES project has to offer. Highly engaged participants have the opportunity to apply for unique, expenses-paid opportunities. Register to attend this Web seminar to find out how to become eligible for these opportunities.


NASA Now: Juno
June 13, 2012
Tracy Drain, a Juno Systems Engineer at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory discusses the Juno spacecraft and why NASA is so interested in studying Jupiter. She describes the instruments the spacecraft will carry and how it will send data back to Earth. She also talks about why NASA is studying the gas giant and what scientists hope to learn when Juno reaches Jupiter in the summer of 2016.

Link to the NES Virtual Campus home page.