VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Exploring the Mars Perseverance Rover

During this unique time, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our January Thought Leader Series virtually. In our January Thought Leader Series, presented by The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), a panel of experts will discuss NASA’s Perseverance

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Illuminating Space

During this unique time, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our December Thought Leader Series virtually. Did you know astronauts aboard the International Space Station experience about 16 “sunsets” per day because the station circles Earth every 90 minutes?

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – International Cooperation in Space: ISS 20

During this unique time, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our November Thought Leader Series virtually. This month we are celebrating 20 years of continuous human habitation aboard the International Space Station (ISS). In our November Thought Leader Series,

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Our Future on Mars

During this unique time, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our October Thought Leader Series virtually. Since Galileo first saw Mars through a telescope in 1610, the red planet has captivated astronomers and explorers. As one of our closest

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Growing Organs in Space

Though Space Center Houston theaters are temporarily closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our September Thought Leader Series virtually. Tissue engineering is a fast-developing field thanks to space research. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are studying the

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Earth from Above: Explaining the Overview Effect

Though Space Center Houston theaters are temporarily closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our August Thought Leader Series virtually. Traveling to space is a singular event in any person’s life. But seeing our “big blue marble” from orbit

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Space Tourism For All: Overcoming Challenges

Though Space Center Houston theaters are temporarily closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we hosted our July Thought Leader Series virtually. Learn how experts are overcoming the challenges of spaceflight for those with disabilities in our July Thought Leader Series,

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Human Robotic Interaction

Though Space Center Houston is closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we are hosted our June Thought Leader Series virtually. Are you curious about NASA’s innovative rovers, dynamic exoskeletons, and autonomous robonauts? Learn about the future of space robotics in

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Astronaut Selection and Training Process

Though Space Center Houston is closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we are hosting our May Thought Leader Series virtually. As NASA begins to narrow the field of candidates for the newest astronaut class, we explored the astronaut selection and

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VIDEO: Thought Leader Series – Evidence of Human Presence on the International Space Station

Though Space Center Houston is closed, we are still passionate about sharing science and space exploration with our community. That’s why we are hosting our April Thought Leader Series virtually. The presentation, “Evidence of Human Presence on the Station” reveals how scholars are building new understandings of an astronaut crew

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