Introducing our new "Pass the Torque" series which gives you all the chance to have your questions about NASA answered by a NExIS engineer!
Using video-sharing technology, students can take a virtual tour of the Goddard Satellite Servicing Center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. With one of Goddard's top engineers transported to their classroom, students are able to actively discuss NASA's latest technologies and how they could one day join the efforts to impact our nation's exploration and use of space.
This program is available to schools across the nation! All that is needed in the classroom is a projector connected to a computer, a webcam, microphone, and the ability to share video (through platforms such as Skype or Google+).
The Satellite Servicing Projects Division is also available for STEM Nights and other exhibit opportunities for students in the greater DC/Baltimore metropolitan area.
Interactive activities, sample hardware, videos, posters, and handouts on Robotic Refueling Mission and satellite servicing technology development can be presented by engineers and team members, engaging students of all ages.
FIRST Robotics Competition -- The FIRST Robotics Competition is an exciting, nationwide competition that teams professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way. (Supported by the NASA Robotics Alliance Project)
"Introduction to Robotics in the Classroom, "NASA's Digital Learning Network" -- Come see the future of robotics! Discover how NASA is using robots and what is in development for upcoming missions. Compare your vision of robotics with NASA's. You will learn communication skills for accurate programming. Learn what it takes to become a robotics engineer. For schools working with LEGO Mindstorm robots, future challenges will also be discussed.