10.26.11 - Want to learn more about fires and how they affect the environment, climate change, and the air we breathe? On Wednesday, Oct. 26, fire expert Dr. Amber Soja will answer your questions.
10.13.11 - School days are back again! NASA scientists are inviting you to a "back to school" science chat series. Log in every Thursday from Sept. 15 - Oct. 27 to ask questions and get answers from NASA experts on a variety of subjects.
Science fiction makes space travel look easy, but landing on another celestial body is a highly sophisticated task. On Thursday, Oct. 13, chat experts Dr. Barbara Cohen and Dr. Greg Chavers answered your questions.
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10.13.11 - In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Dr. Félix Soto Toro joined NES on Oct. 13, 2011, for our first live bilingual video chat. Students asked questions of this astronaut applicant and electrical engineer and found out what it was like for Soto to grow up in Barrio Amelia Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, with few advantages. They also learned what inspired him to pursue a career with NASA. A video or transcript of this chat will be posted at a later time.
10.13.11 - Celebramos el mes de la hispanidad con Dr. Félix Soto Toro. ¡Charlamos en español con Dr. Soto en el programa de pregúntale al experto de NASA Explorer Schools! Desde 12:00 p.m. hasta las 12:30 p.m. EDT, aceptamos y respondemos a las preguntas en inglés. Desde las 12:30 p.m. hasta la 1:00 p.m. aceptamos y respondemos a las preguntas en español.
NASA and hundreds of enthusiasts around the world will come together on Oct. 8, for International Observe the Moon Night. On Oct. 6, Dr. Renee Weber and Dr. Barbara Cohen answered your questions about our fascinating moon.
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10.05.11 - On Oct. 5, 2011, NES held a video chat with Paulo Younse. Younse is a robotics engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and answered student questions about a career as a robotics engineer, robot technology, what scientists already have learned about the geology of Mars, and what they are hoping to learn from the soon-to-launch Mars rover named Curiosity. A video or transcript of the chat will be posted at a later time.
Did you know that a leader of a bolt of lightning can travel at speeds of 140,000 miles per hour? On Thursday, Sept. 22, chat experts Dr. Richard Blakeslee and Dr. Monte Bateman answered your questions via live Web chat.
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09.27.11 - On Sept. 27, 2011, Larry Dungan answered student questions about how NASA simulates the microgravity environments of the moon and Mars for research purposes using an overhead crane system named the Active Response Gravity Offload System, or ARGOS. A video or transcript will be available at a later time.
The "wild blue yonder" is about to get a color change. On Sept. 15, chat experts Sam Ortega and Mark Moore discussed the upcoming Green Flight Challenge.
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Join NES on Aug. 25, 2011 at 2 p.m. EDT for a live video chat with Lin Chambers.
The 2011 Perseid meteor shower peaked on the night of Aug. 12-13. NASA astronomer Bill Cooke and his team answered your questions via live Web chat.
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Want to find out more about how science is being done on this Arctic voyage? At any time, submit questions via Twitter using hashtag #ICESCAPE. On July 11 at 1 p.m. EDT, follow @NASA_ICE as experts, live from the Arctic Ocean, tweet replies to select questions. The twitter chat will last one hour.
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NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden was online for an hour-long web chat on Tues., July 5, at 3:30 p.m. EDT, where he answered your questions about what NASA's future holds.
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On Sunday, July 3, astronomer Dr. Bill Cooke and his team observed the asteroid 52 Europa occultation with a distant star and answered questions via live Web chat.
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