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3D Printing Examples at NASA Space Camp

Thank you to my niece Ana for sending me pictures of some cool 3D printed artifacts.   I really appreciate it.   She’s currently attending a fun NASA space camp.   It’s fun to see what’s possible with 3D printing.

 
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Inspiring Stories of Makers Building Autonomous Robots

As my kids get older, I have enjoyed finding ways that we can learn together, get inspired, and be entertained as a family.   To my surprise my little boys have really enjoyed Nova documentaries.   As a “big kid,”  I find these stories very motivating and insightful.   I wanted to share two of

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Behind the scenes with NASA: Conversations with Sally Ride, Mars rover drivers, and more…

As a kid, I loved the nights that my Dad would pull out our old school slide projector.  (very old school)  As a family, we would watch these NASA astronomy shows.  These simple slide shows would always blow my mind.   The universe is just BIG.  VERY BIG!  These childhood activities combined with unhealthy doses

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Curiosity has landed! Touch down confirmed!

Published on August 6, 2012 by in nasa, stem, technology

Curiosity and NASA team… You’ve made us all proud!   This is the Olympics of engineering! Wow! The rover sent back pictures too! MarsCuriosity You asked for pics from my trip. Here you go! My 1st look (of many to come) of my new home… MARS! #MSL pic.twitter.com/894ouNJt @MarsCuriosity No photo or it didn’t happen? Well lookee here,

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We’re about to land on Mars! Go NASA and Curiosity!

Published on August 6, 2012 by in nasa, stem, technology

We’re about to land on Mars! Wahoo! Watch it live! Streaming video by Ustream To learn more about the mission, please visit this article from CNN. Links: http://eyes.nasa.gov/index.html How does the rover land? – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2I8AoB1xgU Mission details Nasa.gov Thanks @doctorjeff for the count down!  

 
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