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EE Week Hangouts

Join us for a Google+ Hangout with NASA engineers to discuss STEM fields and careers for girls, April 22,  1 pm ET and a Google+ Hangout for teenagers with a Samsung engineer to share real-world learning experiences, April 23, 12 pm ET.

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Share Your Moment!

Share your ‘aha’ moment this Earth Day about the environment at My Earth Changing Moments. Comparte tu momento de inspiración sobre el medio ambiente en el Día de la Tierra en Mi Momento Verde.

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National Arbor Day

April 21st, 2014

Did you know the five most common trees in the United States are the red maple, loblolly pine, sweetgum, douglas-fir and quaking aspen? National Arbor Day – which falls on April 25, 2014 – is the perfect time to plant them! Founded over 135 years ago, Arbor Day is dedicated to planting and celebrating trees [...]

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Climate Fact: Understanding Weather & Climate From Space

April 11th, 2014

During National Environmental Education Week, April 13-19, 2014, we are celebrating the important role STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math) play in helping us understand Earth’s weather and climate. Satellites – and the people who design, build and test them and analyze data from their instruments – are critical for studying, modeling and predicting [...]

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