Astrophysics Branch (Code SSA)

Mattioda_Yuri's Day 2011

Astrochemstry Laboratory Hosts a Yuri's Day booth on Scouting for Life

The Astrochemistry Laboratory hosted an informative, hands-on, booth at Yuri’s Education Day held on April 8, 2011 at NASA Ames. 
Dr. Mattioda talks with 4th & 5th Graders at Ellis Park Elementary School

Dr. Mattioda talks with 4th & 5th Graders at Ellis Park Elementary School

On Friday, April 15, 2011, Dr. Andrew Mattioda demonstrated the uses of infrared light to over 100, 4th and 5th graders at the Ellis Park Elementary School in Sunnyvale, CA.
NASA Career Chat with members of the National Science Teachers Association and their students

NASA Career Chat with members of the National Science Teachers Association and their students

 

Dr. Kimberly Ennico, a staff space scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, presented a live interactive learning web conversation to middle schools in Ilinois, Vermont, Maine and West Virginia, reaching over 100 students.

NASA’s “COSmIC” Simulator Helps Fingerprint Unknown Matter in Space

NASA’s “COSmIC” Simulator Helps Fingerprint Unknown Matter in Space

Who are we? Where do we come from? These are questions that scientists hope to find clues to by better understanding the composition and evolution of the universe.

NASA flies sophisticated space missions that can probe vast regions of space to detect spectral signatures, or fingerprints, of unknown materials.
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