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In this episode of STEM in 30 learn about \what it is like to live and work on the International Space Station from astronauts who have been there!
Air and Space Live Chat: ISS Anniversary
In this live chat, join the STEM in 30 team as we speak with an astronaut about the International Space Station.
In this episode of STEM in 30 tune in as we take you to the deck of an aircraft carrier to learn about the science behind launching and landing airplanes from a ship.
In this live chat, join STEM in 30 and members of the Blue Angels as they answer your questions!
Join STEM in 30 to hear firsthand from experts about the history, science, and importance of communication technology and get tips on doing great research from National Air and Space Museum curators.
Air and Space Live Chat: National History Day
Join STEM in 30 for a live chat focused on National History Day!
In this episode of STEM in 30 learn about Mars exploration and NASA’s Perseverance rover.
Air and Space Live Chat: Mars
In this live chat, join the STEM in 30 team and celebrate the February 2021 landing of our latest Mars rover by asking our experts your questions about the mission and its purpose on the Red Planet.
Air and Space Live Chat: Women in World War II