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Cassini Scientist for a Day Contest
Students examine observations taken by Cassini - Enceladus' plumes, Titan's lakes, or the hexagon at Saturn's north pole - and write an essay making a case for what they think will yield the best scientific results.
Make a Calendar for the Astronauts!
NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is holding an artwork contest through November 30 for children 4 to 12 years old to create a 2017 calendar, to be transmitted to astronauts aboard the space station.
When Computers were Human
In the early days of space exploration, the rapid calculations needed for trajectory analysis and verification, as well as the graphing of data points on trajectories, which made a spacecraft’s path easy to see, were best done by humans, not mechanical computers.
Cubes in Space Registration is Open
Cubes in Space provides kids an opportunity to design and compete to launch an experiment. This year's experiments will be launched via sounding rocket from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility or from a high-altitude balloon launched from NASA's Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility.  
NASA’s Digital Learning Network Special Event
On November 17, tune in to NASA’s DLN live webcast of 30 minute sessions with NASA experts - Thermal, Software, Optical, Chemical and Electrical Engineers, plus Kennedy Space Center Director Astronaut Robert Cabana.