March 2012 will offer the brightest Venus-Jupiter conjunction for many years. On March 25, NASA expert Melissa McGrath answered your questions.
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04.04.12 - On April 4, 2012, NASA robotics engineer Sandeep Yayathi answered student questions about his work with Robonaut 2, his career path and what the future holds for robotics.
03.22.12 - On March 22 NES held a chat in celebration of Women's History Month. A panel of outstanding women at NASA's Langley Research Center answered student questions about the panelists’ contribution to the missions and goals of NASA.
03.16.12 - NASA Explorer Schools held a video chat on March 16 with Dr. Michelle Thaller. Students asked questions about her career path, how she became interested in science, or any questions about astronomy at NASA.
March is the best time to view Mercury in 2012. On Mar. 5, planetary scientist Renee Weber answered your questions via live chat.
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02.16.12 - NASA Explorer Schools held a video chat on Feb. 16, 2012 with three young engineers who work on rockets and rocket engines. They answered questions about their education, careers and job responsibilities.
02.16.12 - On Feb. 16, NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati and NASA Chief Technologist Mason Peck will answer your questions about the agency’s direction as we reach higher during the coming years.
02.08.12 - On Feb. 8, 2012, NASA Explorer Schools held a video chat with a panel of five NASA engineers and scientists to celebrate National Black History Month.
01.25.12 - NASA Explorer Schools held a live video chat on Jan. 25, 2012 with Josh Willis who answered questions about sea level rise and global climate change.
01.12.12 - NES held a video webchat Jan 12, 2012 with Dr. Bill Cooke and Rhiannon Blaauw. They answered questions about meteors, meteorites and comets and their potential danger to spacecraft.
12.13.11 - Danielle Margiotta joined NES on Dec. 13, 2011 and answered student questions about how NASA engineers prepare satellites to endure the harsh environment of space.
The 2011 Geminid meteors is putting on a show! On the night of Dec. 13-14, NASA astronomers answered your questions via a live Web chat.
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11.23.11 - NASA Explorer Schools held a video chat on Nov. 23, 2011 with Zareh Gorjian for a look at NASA's computer graphics area.
11.03.11 - On Nov. 3, 2011, NASA's Deputy Director of Planetary Science, Jim Adams answered student questions about NASA's recent planetary mission discoveries and upcoming launches. Adams discussed his career path and some of the most rewarding moments in his 22-year career with NASA.
While our sun is usually a kind and beneficial space neighbor, we sometimes feel its "moodiness" here on Earth. On Oct. 27, NASA expert Dr. Jonathan Cirtain answered your questions about the sun.
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