Georgia Tech student celebrates her work on Mars rover
Georgia Tech senior Breanna Ivey helped test out the mathematics and coding on NASA's Mars Perseverance rover while she was on the team as an intern. Ivey tells CNN's Fredricka Whitfield about the experience and shares advice for students of color interested in pursuing S.T.E.M. sciences. #CNN #CNNBusiness #News
Spaced Out! Episode 9: DEBORAH SASS - Women In Space Media: CO-CEO Space Hero
This was a fun interview. Deborah Sass is the Co-Founder of Space Hero, a TV show designed to send the average citizen to space in 2023. Originally from London to a sustainable farm in Ibiza, Deborah has worked her way to success becoming a Lioness in business and brings her SASS to the space industry. Her energy is infectious and I have to admit I have a serious girl crush!!!!
ISU: Past, Present, Future. A conversation with Juan de Dalmau, President of ISU.
Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom and Juan de Dalmau in a conversation about Space Education in an ever-changing world.
Scheduled time: 30 minutes.
Intern Insights | NASA Glenn Research Center
Working remotely from different corners of the country hasn't stopped our interns at NASA's Glenn Research Center. Here's a quick look at their virtual experience last year. The deadline for Summer 2021 internships is March 5: https://intern.nasa.gov
Black History Month - Advice for Future Explorers
Behind every NASA success story, there are people who make the impossible, possible. As we celebrate Black History Month, we asked NASA employees to share their advice for future explorers. Watch the full #NASAScience episode: https://youtu.be/A2WXdIXwDiw
How To Become an Astronaut
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Spaced Out! Podcast Episode 3: SCOTT PARAZYNSKI - Life As An Astronaut & Beyond
An Explorer, an Astronaut, a Physician, an Inventor amongst many other things, Scott Parazynski is famed for his 5 space shuttle flights, 7 spacewalks and is now the CEO of Fluidity Tech. Find out what the life of an astronaut entails. In this episode, he talks about various aspect of his career, astronaut training, exploration, protecting the Earth and his new technology start-up.
Why a career in science is for me | The Royal Society
How do you encourage those students who do like science but cannot see themselves in a science-based career? Many students struggle to think of more than a handful of scientific careers so this new animation from the Royal Society, aimed at students aged 11 to 16, aims to demonstrate the wealth of scientific subjects that can be accessed beyond school, and the excitement that a career in science can bring. By having a positive impact on the challenges that face our Society a career in science can bring job satisfaction and opportunities for travel and global collaboration. Of course, we are talking about science in the wider sense so the animation lists maths and computing as ‘core’ science subjects studied in school alongside chemistry, biology and physics. For those students who really do not like science and cannot see the point of studying it, you may want to point them to the first animation in this series: Why science is for me: https://youtu.be/wstW5jy_WAU The study of science is not just for those who want a scientific career, but it is relevant to everyone for their future decision making and information processing. This short animation is a tool teachers can use to help demonstrate that science enables students to gain a broad range of transferable skills useful in many careers
Paolo Ferri on working under pressure | ESA Masterclass
Understanding the laws of the universe is fundamental to flying missions in space. But one spacecraft under Paolo Ferri’s care seemed to be particularly susceptible to Murphy’s law – ‘Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.’ In 1992, ESA’s first-ever reusable satellite, Eureca, was delivered into orbit (and later retrieved) by a NASA Space Shuttle. It spent just under a year in orbit, and presented a plethora of problems from Day 1. While it was ultimately successful, Eureca required constant care from engineering teams on ground as well as hands-on help from astronauts in orbit. As Deputy Operations Manager for the mission, Paolo Ferri explains in his fourth masterclass how this intense period acted as a ‘school’ for him, as he and his team were put under immense pressure by this orbiting ‘box of surprises’ constantly on the edge of catastrophe and mission failure. With 36 years’ of experience at ESA, Paolo Ferri is responsible for mission operations, and he has played a leading role in ensuring the success of missions like Eureca, ESA’s first-ever reusable satellite; Cluster, one of the longest-flying science missions; Venus Express, Europe’s first exploration of Earth’s ‘evil twin’; and Rosetta, humanity’s first landing on a comet. In five episodes of ‘Leadership at Mission Control’, Paolo takes us through major events in his career at ESA, covering cornerstone missions, first attempts, overcoming technical challenges, building diverse teams, working under pressure and solving the unexpected problems that are part of any space endeavour. New episodes from Paolo's Masterclass will be released each Sunday, stay tuned! ★ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/ESAsubscribe and click twice on the bell button to receive our notifications. Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/SpaceInVideos
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Software Skills For A Job in Professional Astronomy, Plus Space News! (Solo Stream)
Got a great question from Space Junk Podcast Listener who wants to write software in a professional astronomy setting. Since that's what I spent my career doing, I thought I'd share my advice. We'll also go over some space news while we're at it! Listen to Space Junk Podcast:
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"Audacity to Dream" - TEDxISU - International Space University
"Audacity to Dream" - TEDxISU - International Space University, screened at the inaugural session of TEDxISU held in 2012 at the Florida Institute of Technology. The film earned an audience appreciation award. About TEDx
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Careers in Planet Hunting: Ask the Astronomers Live!
What are planets around other stars really like, and what kinds of people devote their careers to studying them?
Tour of the 3rd Year Physics Teaching Lab
Professor Michael Morgan shows us around the 3rd Year Physics Teaching Lab in the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University
Tour of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University
Kaye Morgan shows us around Physics and Astronomy at Monash University
Kaye Morgan discusses enrolling in Physics and Astronomy
Ask SME: Karen Whitfield - NASA Educator
In this close-up video, Karen Whitfield, NASA Educator, shares her love of teaching and opening doors for everyone at NASA.
How to get a job at the European Space Agency
Hi Spacecats, I'm Dr Maggie Lieu and welcome to my channel, where you can find all things space, astronomy and physics! In this video I talk about some of the job opportunities available at the European space agency ESA. Extra reading: ESA traineeship programme: https://www.esa.int/About_Us/Careers_at_ESA/Student_Internships2 ESA YGT programme:
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/Careers_at_ESA/Graduates_Young_Graduate_Trainees ESA NPI project:
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/Careers_at_ESA/ESA_Co-funded_Research ESA research fellowship:
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/Careers_at_ESA/Research_Fellow_Opportunities_in_Space_Science ESA open days
ESRIN: http://www.esa.int/Space_in_Member_States/Italy/Il_28_e_29_Marzo_lo_spazio_apre_le_porte_Open_Day_all_ESRIN_a_Frascati?fbclid=IwAR2uZS-JnJymtOPTVzy9YsyeFwyPOCUJUkfPWzIs_M_PB4ttN4X3WihgG60 Media credits:
Galaxy cluster: ESA/Kornmesser
ESA DSN: ESA
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Space4U Live: Emily Calandrelli, T.V. Host, Author, Science Communicator.
Space4U Live: Emily Calandrelli, T.V. Host, Author, Science Communicator.
Internships at Johns Hopkins APL
At APL, your internship will bring you together with students from all over the country to work on real-world problems and learn from some of the top minds in your field. If you are passionate about solving complex challenges and want to have a direct impact, we hope you’ll join us.
From day one, we give you the opportunity to use the skills you’ve gained at school to push the boundaries of science and technology. We provide you with a strong support system of dedicated co-workers and opportunities to work on projects that truly mean something. When you join us as an intern, our goal is to give you the tools and resources that allow you to shape the career of your dreams. Our internship programs require a minimum GPA of 3.0 and accept applications from September 1 through March 31. APL internship opportunities: https://www.jhuapl.edu/Careers/CollegeInternships
Psyche Inspired Application: Hear From the Interns
The Psyche Inspired application for the 2020-2021 academic year is now open! Psyche Inspired is a program that brings undergraduate students from any discipline or major together to share the excitement, innovation, and scientific and engineering content of NASA’s Psyche mission with the public in new ways through artistic and creative works. https://psyche.asu.edu/psyche-inspired/application