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Explore @ NASA Goddard redux

It’s a Thursday, and we are throwing back to September! Why? Because we never got around to reporting back on the huge NASA Goddard Open House, where we threw open our gates and 20,000 members of the public got to come in and see exactly what it is we do … Continue Reading →


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Following Goddard’s Tracks

Here is another guest blog from Daniela and Verena, German interns from Airbus. You can read their intro post here. You’ll find the blog first in English and then in German. Enjoy! After spending our first week at NASA Goddard, we went on our first “spacewalk.” Our mission: the discovery … Continue Reading →


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Jasmin’s Intern Blog: Day 5

  • By Jasmin Evans
  • November 23, 2015
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Jasmin shadowed Sara and Maggie for a week in July, learning about outreach, education, and communication at NASA. She wrote blogs about her experience here and we thought you’d all enjoy seeing our world through her eyes. You can find her first blog here, and Day 2 and Day 3, … Continue Reading →


Daniela and Verena

A Visit From Germany

Daniela Schnauder and Verena Wechsler are visiting Goddard from Germany, for an internship via Airbus Defense & Space. They will be contributing several guest blogs to Blueshift while they are here. And, they’ll be blogging in both English and German. Here is their introduction. You’ll find the English first – … Continue Reading →


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Jasmin’s Intern Blog: Day 4

  • By Jasmin Evans
  • November 3, 2015
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Jasmin shadowed Sara and Maggie for a week in July, learning about outreach, education, and communication at NASA. She wrote blogs about her experience here and we thought you’d all enjoy seeing our world through her eyes. You can find her first blog here, and Day 2 and Day 3 … Continue Reading →


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Jasmin’s Intern Blog: Day 3

  • By Jasmin Evans
  • October 26, 2015
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Jasmin shadowed Sara and Maggie for a week in July, learning about outreach, education, and communication at NASA. She wrote blogs about her experience here and we thought you’d all enjoy seeing our world through her eyes. You can find her first blog here, and Day 2 here. – Maggie … Continue Reading →


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Jasmin’s Intern Blog: Day 2

  • By Jasmin Evans
  • October 20, 2015
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Jasmin shadowed Sara and Maggie for a week in July, learning about outreach, education, and communication at NASA. She wrote blogs about her experience here and we thought you’d all enjoy seeing our world through her eyes. You can find her first blog here. – Maggie & Sara This morning … Continue Reading →


Explore @ NASA Goddard

Explore @ NASA Goddard

We have a really special event, coming up – Explore @ NASA Goddard – where we are opening our gates to the public so they can come in and experience some of the science and tech we do here. So put Saturday, September 26, 2015 on your calendar! The event … Continue Reading →


Artist impression of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre

OSIRIS-REx

Between the planets Mars and Jupiter is the asteroid belt, a collection of hundreds of thousands of rocks, ranging in size from several hundred miles across to mere dust fragments, coming in all sorts of weird and wonderful shapes and sizes, from near perfect spheroids (in the case of some … Continue Reading →


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Jasmin’s Intern Blog: Day 1: A long way from home

  • By Jasmin Evans
  • August 6, 2015
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Hello! My name is Jasmin and I’m a student from the UK ( I’m a long way from home!). I am spending a week here at Goddard, working with the Blueshift team, learning about the outreach and education side of things and trying to take in all of the awesome … Continue Reading →


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