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NASA Summer STEM Fun

NASA earth from space

NASA has a host of heavenly STEM offerings for students and teachers this summer. Check out a few of these learning opportunities:

Explore the exciting engineering challenges of landing spacecraft on Mars and measure the universe in free, interactive online tutorials with Khan Academy.

Hunt for asteroids – and maybe win $35,000 – in NASA’s First Asteroid Grand Challenge Competition.

Play an interactive game on NASA Kids‘ Club.

While you’re at it, vote for the best moon-as-art photo. Online polls close June 6, 2014.

There area scholarships and workshops for teachers, too. Check out the latest opportunities. NASA also has a wealth of teaching materials.

For more information, visit NASA Education’s educators’ page and students’ page.


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