Annie Easley Computer Scientist Mathematician and Rocket Scientist Annie Easley at NASA Glenn Research Center. In 1955 Easley began her career at NASA then the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) as a human computer performing complex mathematical calculations. March 16 2017
The Sky Above You is Not Dark. It's all in your perspective ...which is determined by how you see the night lights. ~John 12:36 "While ye have light, believe in the light, that ye may be the children of light. These things spake Jesus, and departed, and did hide himself from them."
This is the coolest Space Shuttle pic around. More
#ESOjobs We are looking for a Bilingual Secretary, a position based at Paranal. The deadline to apply is 20 March 2017. Details at http://socsi.in/vjDXi Follow our LinkedIn page to stay up to date with career opportunities at ESO: http://socsi.in/dWssw Image credit: ESO Astronomy / Babak A. Tafreshi (twanight.org)
A variety of resources to help educators connect to what they do in the classroom with the Carnegie Science Center. Follow the links for downloads, web links and activities.
As a kid, I read a lot of juvenile nonfiction on astronomy and celestial objects, which definitely contributed to my (totally original) career goal of being an astronaut. Among others, I know I read a lot of Seymour Simon’s planet books (whichever ones were around 20+ years ago), which were pretty cool. But the book that sticks in my memory as the first was the one that made the greatest impact.