Katie Toupin

Interview and Behind the Scenes with Moon2Mars musical artist Katie Toupin

We recently sat down with singer and songwriter Katie Toupin to talk about the inspiration behind her song "Astronaut," which she will be performing at our upcoming Moon2Mars Festival, presented by Wellby, Powered by JSC FCU! Toupin will take the stage at 7 p.m. on Friday, June 10. Get to

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – ART AND SCIENCE CONVERGING TO FURTHER HUMANITY

April 21 6.P.M. CT Art and Science Converging to Further Humanity Using your imagination to fuel exploration and discovery is what the nonprofit SciArt Exchange is all about. The success of human space exploration extends beyond technological advancements. Through art we’re enabled to take a broader view and it can

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Photo Gallery: Planet Earth Celebration

Our planet is incredible. So was the turnout at our second annual Planet Earth Celebration! Space Center Houston members joined us for a members-only Earth Day Soiree the evening of April 22, where they were treated to an evening of VIP access. This included a dinner complete with Earth-friendly options

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Mars

VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – The Art of Space Communication

Mar. 28 | 6 p.m. CT The Art of Space Communication Space exploration is fueled by science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, but it is art that connects us to the mission and translates it into meaningful visual elements. From the choice of shapes, colors, tones, and textures, every aspect of

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Planet Earth Celebration

Members’ Earth Day Soiree Friday, April 22 | 6:30 p.m. This event is for Space Center Houston members only and space is limited. Get your ticket(s) now. Not a member? Join today! Our 2nd annual Plant Earth Celebration explores sustainability, weather, conservation and more. Celebrate planet Earth at Space Center

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SEEC 2018

Photo Gallery: Best of SEEC

Each year, educators from across the world discover the latest STEM education resources at our Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC). At SEEC, attendees hear from NASA experts, network with fellow educators, go on tours of historic NASA locations, explore Space Center Houston exhibits, and take back new and exciting lessons

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First all-woman spacewalk

International Space Station Crew Debrief: Expeditions 61 & 62

Relive the journey of Expeditions 61/62 with the mission’s astronauts in this video. Watch the video to hear from Luca Parmitano, Expedition 61 commander and Expedition 60 flight engineer; Christina Hammock Koch, Expedition 59/60/61 flight engineer; Alexander Skvortsov, Expedition 60/61 flight engineer; Oleg Skripochka, Expedition 62 commander and 61 flight

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Neutralizing Gravity on Earth

Gravitational force varies significantly from Earth, to the Moon, and Mars. In order to prepare astronauts to work in a variety of environments, NASA must continuously develop innovative training systems. NASA Johnson Space Center is home to the Active Response Gravity Offload System (ARGOS), which simulates reduced gravity environments. Learn

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Solving Space: Earth from Space – Surigae Super Typhoon

On April 22, 1970, the world marked the first Earth Day. To celebrate, we’re sharing amazing images of Earth from space! Solve Space by unscrambling this Image of the Day for April 20, 2021 of the Surigae super typhoon churning in the Western Pacific Ocean. Then learn all about how

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Solving Space: Earth From Space – Madagascar

On April 22, 1970, the world marked the first Earth Day. To celebrate, we’re sharing amazing images of Earth from space! Solve Space by unscrambling this image of Bombetoka Bay to see the numerous islands and sandbars in the estuary where the freshwater of the Betsiboka River meets the salty

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