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    Want your classroom students, library or museum guests to connect with a scientist at NASA? Fill out the Event Registration Form at the bottom of this page.
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    SCHEDULED EVENT: TBDOctober 24, 2017 from 2-3pm Eastern Time
    EVENT TITLE: The Moon: A World Full of Wonder and Opportunity
    EVENT SCHEDULE: TBDTuesday, October 24th from 2-3pm Eastern (1-2pm Central; 12-1pm Mountain; 11-12pm Pacific) (*Note: AZ is the same as Pacific time.)
    EVENT DESCRIPTION: Join us for a FREE interactive webinar entitled, “The Moon: A World Full of Wonder and Opportunity”. This interactive presentation will engage your students (grades 4 – 10) as they interact with a NASA scientist and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) team member who will share his career path to NASA as well as his passion, knowledge and expertise about the Moon. You won’t want to miss this exciting presentation! It will also help prepare you and your students for International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN), an annual event that encourages people around the world to observe, appreciate, and understand of our Moon and its connection to NASA planetary science and exploration.
    The presentation will last approximately 40 minutes followed by an optional ~15-20 minutes of Q&A.
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Tuesday, October 17

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    Want your classroom students, library or museum guests to connect with a scientist at NASA? Fill out the Event Registration Form at the bottom of this page.
    NEXT SCHEDULED EVENT: TBD
    EVENT TITLE: New ViewsThe Moon: A World Full of the MoonWonder and Opportunity
    EVENT SCHEDULE: TBD
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    webinar entitled, “New Views“The Moon: A World Full of the Moon”.Wonder and Opportunity”. This interactive
    The presentation will last approximately 40 minutes followed by an optional ~15-20 minutes of Q&A.
    This event will be geared towards students and teachers in grades 4-10. Other grade levels are welcome to participate. The speaker will engage participants with lots of images and with thought-provoking questions to involve them during the session!]
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    1:10 pm

Monday, October 16

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    Want your classroom students, library or museum guests to connect with a scientist at NASA? Fill out the Event Registration Form at the bottom of this page.
    NEXT SCHEDULED EVENT: TBD
    LAST EVENT: NASA NEEMO XXII on June 22, 2017
    (additional details below) - Registration for this event is now closed. Archive recording is available at:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqQEW74-ta8&t=30s
    EVENT
    EVENT TITLE: NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) XXII WebinarNew Views of the Moon
    EVENT SCHEDULE: Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 2:15-3:15pm Eastern; 1:15-2:15pm Central; 12:15-1:15pm Mountain; 11:15-12:15pm Pacific (AZ is currently on the same time as Pacific)
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    EVENT
    TBD
    EVENT
    DESCRIPTION: Join
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    webinar entitled, NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) XXII.“New Views of the Moon”. This interactive webinarpresentation will engage formal/informal educator participants and their students, scout members, Boys and Girls Club members, etc. (any grade level)your students (grades 4 – 10) as they interact with Trevor Graff, a NEEMO XXII Crew Member, fromNASA scientist and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) team member who will share his career path to NASA as well as his passion, knowledge and expertise about the world’s only underwater research facility, the Aquarius Reef Base. Aquarius is located off the Florida Keys, 60 feet below the ocean’s surface. Its surroundings provide a great analog environment for space exploration and NEEMO Expeditions.Moon. You won’t
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    miss this unique and exciting opportunity to get a live view of this amazing research facilitypresentation! It will also help prepare you and learn whatyour students for International Observe the NEEMO XXII Team has been upMoon Night (InOMN), an annual event that encourages people around the world to as part of the NEEMO XXII Expedition as well as learn about NEEMO, STEM Career paths,observe, appreciate, and the integrationunderstand of science, engineeringour Moon and technology as part of preparations for future exploration!
    NEEMO Expeditions are
    its connection to NASA analog missions that send groupsplanetary science and exploration.
    The presentation will last approximately 40 minutes followed by an optional ~15-20 minutes
    of astronauts, engineers,Q&A.
    This event will be geared towards students
    and scientists to live and workteachers in a challenging underwater environment. Analog missions help prepare for the exploration of other planetary surfaces by testing new technologies, robotic equipment, communications, habitats, and other aspects relatedgrades 4-10. Other grade levels are welcome to living and working in extreme environments.participate. The speaker
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    engage participants by sharing the extreme environment where the NEEMO XXII Crew is living and working as they facilitate this NEEMO XXII Expedition!
    The NASA NEEMO XXII webinar will include:
    Overview
    with lots of NEEMOimages and NEEMO XXII
    Live connection
    with a NEEMO XXII Crew Member from the Aquarius Habitat, 60 feet belowthought-provoking questions to involve them during the ocean's surface
    Q&A
    session!]
    If you can't participate live, feel free to register to receive an archived recording of the presentation. [Successful acquisition of archive recording is never guaranteed...but we will do our best!] (NOTE: All registered participants will receive a link to the archived recording.)
    Once registration is open, please encourage others to register for this event! They won't want to miss it!
    EVENT REGISTRATION FORM
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    form below. (Please note:(Registration will open once the event is officially scheduled. NOTE: Once you
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    connection information.)
    Registration is now closed.

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    3:02 pm

Wednesday, July 5

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    EVENT: TBD
    LAST EVENT: NASA NEEMO XXII on June 22, 2017
    (additional details below) - Registration for this event is now closed. Archive recording is available at:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqQEW74-ta8&t=30s
    EVENT TITLE: NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) XXII Webinar
    EVENT SCHEDULE :SCHEDULE: Thursday, June
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    EVENT DESCRIPTION: Join us for a FREE interactive webinar entitled, NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) XXII. This interactive webinar will engage formal/informal educator participants and their students, scout members, Boys and Girls Club members, etc. (any grade level) as they interact with Trevor Graff, a NEEMO XXII Crew Member, from the world’s only underwater research facility, the Aquarius Reef Base. Aquarius is located off the Florida Keys, 60 feet below the ocean’s surface. Its surroundings provide a great analog environment for space exploration and NEEMO Expeditions. You won’t want to miss this unique and exciting opportunity to get a live view of this amazing research facility and learn what the NEEMO XXII Team has been up to as part of the NEEMO XXII Expedition as well as learn about NEEMO, STEM Career paths, and the integration of science, engineering and technology as part of preparations for future exploration!
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    9:22 am
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    EDUCATORS ​ONLY:
    Want your classroom students, library or museum guests to connect with a scientist at NASA? Fill out the Event Registration Form at the bottom of this page.
    NEXT SCHEDULED EVENT: TBD
    LAST
    EVENT: NASA
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    Registration for the livethis event will close on 6/22 at 9am Central.is now closed. Archive recording is available at:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqQEW74-ta8&t=30s

    EVENT TITLE: NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) XXII Webinar
    EVENT SCHEDULE (subject to change):: Thursday, June
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    as Pacific)
    NOTE: Date and time are subject to change based on potential NEEMO XXII schedule changes. Any updates to the schedule will be shared on this page. Registered participants will receive an email if any schedule changes occur.

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    EVENT DESCRIPTION: Join us for a FREE interactive webinar entitled, NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) XXII. This interactive webinar will engage formal/informal educator participants and their students, scout members, Boys and Girls Club members, etc. (any grade level) as they interact with Trevor Graff, a NEEMO XXII Crew Member, from the world’s only underwater research facility, the Aquarius Reef Base. Aquarius is located off the Florida Keys, 60 feet below the ocean’s surface. Its surroundings provide a great analog environment for space exploration and NEEMO Expeditions. You won’t want to miss this unique and exciting opportunity to get a live view of this amazing research facility and learn what the NEEMO XXII Team has been up to as part of the NEEMO XXII Expedition as well as learn about NEEMO, STEM Career paths, and the integration of science, engineering and technology as part of preparations for future exploration!
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    EVENT REGISTRATION FORM
    Please fill out the registration form below. (Please note: Once you register, you will receive an email with testing and connection information.)
    Registration for the live event will close on 6/22 at 9am Central.is now closed.
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