09.25.12 - On Sept. 25, 2012, astronaut Bob Cabana answered student questions about living and working in space, and his career path.
The 2012 Perseid meteor shower peaked on the night of Aug. 11-12. Astronomer Bill Cooke and his team answered your questions via live Web chat.
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07.26.12 - On July 26, 2012, Dr. Dean Pesnell, project scientist for the Solar Dynamics Observatory, answered questions about the sounds of the sun and his career path to NASA.
07.02.12 - On Monday, July 2, agency leaders and Orion Program managers answered questions in a live television broadcast from followers of NASA's social media accounts.
06.05.12 - On June 5, 2012, Dr. Morgan Abney and Jennifer Pruitt answered questions about the two engineers' career paths and roles in research and maintenance of the Environmental Control and Life Support Systems needed to sustain life in space.
05.31.12 - On Thursday, May 31, at 3:00 p.m. EDT NASA will host an informal discussion for the general public with astronomers about new Hubble Space Telescope observations that allow them to predict with certainty the next major cosmic event to affect our entire galaxy, sun, and solar system.
Venus is making its last transit until 2117 -- don't miss it it! On the evening of June 5, NASA experts answered your questions via live Web chat.
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05.23.12 - On May 23, 2012, research materials engineer Mia Siochi answered questions about nanotechnology, self-healing materials and other emerging materials and systems of the future.
05.18.12 - On May 18, 2012, C.J. Kanelakos, a mechanical design engineer on the Robonaut 2 project, answered student questions about Robonaut 2, and a career in robotics as a mechanical design engineer.
05.15.12 - On May 15, 2012, students asked questions of astronaut Greg Johnson about his education, astronaut training, and experiences while living and working in space during two shuttle missions where he was the pilot.
05.11.12 - On May 11, 2012 Tara Ruttley, associate program scientist for the space station, answered questions from students about the complexity of conducting research in microgravity aboard the ISS and the benefits from past and current experiments that help make life on Earth better for people of all nations.
The 2012 Lyrids brightened the spring night skies. On April 21-22, NASA astronomers answered your questions.
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04.25.12 - On April 25, 2012, NASA research scientist Stephen Kane answered questions from students about a study he co-authored showing the Milky Way has a minimum of 100 billion planets.
04.23.12 - On April 23, 2012, wildlife ecologist Becky Bolt answered student questions about her exciting career, and what NASA's Kennedy Space Center is doing to ensure a green and sustainable future.
04.16.12 - On April 16, 2012 students had an opportunity to interact with NASA experts who were on hand at the Space Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to celebrate the Space Shuttle Discovery Fly Out.