Posts Tagged ‘citizen engagement’

Change the world with 5 simple steps

| Crafting our world sounds like a lot of hard work and nearly impossible for one person. Well, guess what? The 2nd round of International Space Apps Challenge is here to give you the opportunity to make a difference in your community and around the world. By working together with similarly concerned citizens from across the […]

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Bring Curiosity to your living room with Spacecraft 3D

| Yesterday, NASA JPL released Spacecraft 3D, an augmented reality application for the iPhone and iPad that allows you to create a 3D version of either Curiosity, the Mars rover current en-route to the Red Planet, or the GRAIL spacecraft, currently orbiting the moon. Although it may sound simple, the technology behind making the models appear […]

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Coding for Better Government

| "When it comes to the big things we need to do together, are we just going to be a crowd of voices? Or are we also going to be a crowd of hands?”

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The Plan for Code

| Today we are launching code.nasa.gov, the latest member of the open NASA web family. Through this website, we will continue, unify, and expand NASA’s open source activities. The site will serve to surface existing projects, provide a forum for discussing projects and processes, and guide internal and external groups in open development, release, and contribution. […]

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Time for a #NASAtweetup!

| A NASA Tweetup is a special opportunity to give guests behind-the-scenes access to NASA hardware and facilities. Participants are generally chosen by lottery via an open web process and invited to a NASA center to watch a launch, share an experience, or get an inside look at what happens at a center. NASA tweetups are anywhere from […]

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