Posts Tagged ‘fragile oasis’

The Fragile Oasis Prize Medal Winners

| Fragile Oasis is NASA's grassroots initiative that connects the orbital perspective of astronauts who live and work in space with people who want to make a difference on Earth.

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To Be Continued…

| Because technology developed for space exploration and the research conducted in space can make huge contributions toward solving many of the problems facing our planet.

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Moonshot

| “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard…”

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Celebrating Planet Earth

| While this agency is perhaps most known for explorations beyond Earth, for decades, NASA has been dedicated to unraveling the mysteries of one of the most complex objects in the universe -- planet Earth.

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Social Entrepreneurship and NASA

| Samantha Snabes shares on the significant correlation between survival in Space and Earth - and how it opens endless collaborative opportunities between those exploring the universe and living on Earth.

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Fragile Oasis: Connecting Space and Earth

| Today is Ron Garan’s last day in space. (on this mission, at least!) After more than 5 months on orbit, he will join Russian crewmates Alexander Samokutyaev and Andrey Borisenko as they undock from the station’s Poisk module to return to Earth in their Soyuz TMA-21 spacecraft. They are set to land in southern Kazakhstan […]

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I’m the highest person…feelin’ low

| Last weekend, the Expedition 28 crew onboard the International Space Station heard that their return home will be postponed from September 8th to an anticipated landing on September 16th due to the failure of a Russian Progress cargo vehicle on August 24th. Although I don’t think anyone would disagree with the fact that space travel […]

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