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The primary structure arrived with a week of contamination inspection and preparations continue for the propulsion system thermal vacuum verification testing.

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The primary structure arrived with a week of contamination inspection and preparations continue for the propulsion system thermal vacuum verification testing.

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Citizen Science

Citizen Science

NASA has collected a number of these citizen science programs. There are programs at every level from the most basic observations to publishable research opportunities in partnership with NASA and university scientists. Each project will offer a certificate of completion signed by NASA. So, join us and experience the excitement of learning, and making real discoveries!

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Aurorasaurus

This is a project that gathers real-time data about aurora sightings and sends out notifications to users when the Northern Lights are likely visible in their area. Aurorasaurus will significantly improve forecasting of the aurora using citizen science reports and crowd-sourced (Twitter) ground truth observations of aurora.

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Citizen CATE

Citizen CATE

The Citizen Continental-America Telescopic Eclipse (CATE) Experiment will use more than 60 identical telescopes equipped with digital cameras positioned from Oregon to South Carolina to image the solar corona. The project will then splice these images together to show the corona during a 90-minute period, revealing for the first time the plasma dynamics of the inner solar corona.

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Eclipse Toolkit

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Main Flight Harness Installation

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The primary structure arrived with a week of contamination inspection and preparations continue for the propulsion system thermal vacuum verification testing.

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