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- On Thursday, December 18, we were joined by Don Scott a NASA
Education specialist. Don gave a hands-on, interactive session
on Mars Exploration Education. You can see or hear an
archive of this event.
- On Monday, December 15, we hosted a chat with U.S. Secretary
of Education Riley. He guided students around the country in a
conversation commemorating International Human Rights Day. Read
an archive of this chat.
- For six weeks we hosted another "Sharing NASA 101" presentation.
These lectures give guidance on how to integrate Sharing NASA projects into your classroom. Visit
the 1997 archive of these presentations.
- On November 14 we held two special events live from the Tel*Ed
conference in Austin, Texas, and Mexico City. The first event
was a keynote presentation given by Hector Galan. The second event
was a tour of the International Space Station. We invite you to
visit the archive of
- On October 21 we hosted the very exciting event titled: "And
Now... From A Submarine!" We joined the Channel Islands National
Park as they took a submarine to locate White Abalone on the Pacific
Ocean floor around the Channel Islands in Southern California!
Visit the archive of this event.
- On October 25 we hosted a Mars lecture and Q&A with NASA's
Bob Haberle. Viewing the lecture remotely from Dysart, Iowa, was
Vice President Gore, NASA Administrator Goldin and other dignitaries.
Click here to see
an audio, video and transcribed archive of this event.
- On September 6 we hosted the Internet distribution of "NetDay,
Funding and the E-Rate." This NetDay '97 workshop helped community
members plan for NetDay and to learn more about the E-Rate. Click here to see a video archive of this workshop.
- On March 3, 1997, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the launching of Pioneer 10. This
spacecraft survived the asteroid belt and was the first to encounter
Jupiter. Pioneer 10 continues to travel through space sending
back data from the edge of the solar system.
- For thirteen weeks this January through March we supported
a collaborative effort with University of North Dakota's Space
Studies Program. A credit course on Telerobotics was offered over the Internet. Over 70 students from
12 countries participated in the course and received credit from