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Scientists, researchers and volunteers from NASA Ames, the SETI Institute and other organizations are searching for fragments of the Sutter's Mill Meteor that illuminated the sky over the Sierra Nevada mountains at 7:51 a.m. PDT Sunday, April 22, 2012. Teams have searched for and found several meteorites and are now in the process of analyzing the fragments, searching for clues that could indicate how life might have began on our planet. For more information about NASA Ames, please visit...
Topics: Where -- Nevada, nasa, ames, meteor, sutter's, mill, meteorite, search, fragment, sierra, nevada,...
"You Just Have to Believe" was the theme of NASA's science and culture festival, featuring a holographic presentation of NASA astronaut Leland Melvin and hip hop artist MOS Def rapping about mathematics and science. Held in September, 2010 at the Chabot Space and Science Center, students were invited to "believe in themselves and take on new challenges" by participating in NASA's space program. Numerous exhibits and hands-on science and technology activities, including the...
Topics: What -- Opportunity, nasa, ames, nasa ames, education, science, technology, engineering,...
Since its launch in March, 2009, the Kepler Mission has announced the discovery of 9 confirmed exoplanets (or planets outside our solar system). This video explores how the team works to combine photometry from the spacecraft, data from ground-based observatories and precise asteroseismic analysis to determine if Earths are common or rare in our Galaxy. For more information about the Kepler Mission, please visit
Topics: nasa, kepler, nasa ames, space, telescope, exoplanet, planets, observatory, observatories,...