Explore NASA innovations at Technology Day

Hear from NASA experts about food science, environmental life support, planetary sciences and mission operations from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Aug. 16 in Astronaut Gallery. Presentations include: Eating in Space – An Evolution of Food with Dr. Takiyah Sirmons, NASA research scientist supporting advanced food technology Smelling Coffee in

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Expedition 54/55 astronaut debrief Aug. 7

What happens on the International Space Station? What did astronauts Joe Acaba, Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle do when they were aboard ISS? What experiments did they run? How did they sleep? Relive the journey of Expeditions 54/55 with the mission’s astronauts at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 7, only at

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Space Center U launches Atmospheric Research program

Ever wonder what it’s like at the edge of space? How cold does it get? How much air pressure is at 100,000 feet? The upper layers of our atmosphere are generally unexplored. In the Space Center U Atmospheric Research program, participants join a high-altitude ballooning mission where they take on

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SEEC Call for Proposals

Space Center Houston invites educators to submit a proposal by Sept. 6, 2018 to present at SEEC Feb. 7-9, 2019. SEEC 2019 is inviting presentations which are innovative, content driven, tied to space exploration and include a hands-on component. In response to requests from last year, we also encourage sessions

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EVA 23 documentary premiere – How can I go?

On Saturday, Space Center Houston will host the premiere of a new documentary produced by Space City Films. EVA 23 tells the story of astronaut Luca Parmitano, who almost drowned while on a spacewalk in 2013. Outer space is not completely empty, but it doesn’t contain much water, certainly not

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Starlight Social returns July 26

Our Starlight Social gives you a chance to mingle with other professionals in our social learning environment while enjoying drinks, music and dancing. Past Starlight Socials have focused on astronomy, aerospace and more. One let guests view the landing site of Apollo 11 through high-powered telescopes at Independence Plaza. The

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