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Self Check out at the Grocery Store, Water in Kenya, and Safer Babies
The 2017 issue of Spinoff is here! See how NASA technology makes life better on Earth in often surprising - and always interesting - ways.
Cassini's New "Ring-Grazing" Moves
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is going where no spacecraft has gone before, flying just past the edge of Saturn’s main rings - the start a series of increasingly awesome feats that make up the mission’s “Grand Finale” ending with Cassini’s plunge into Saturn on Sept. 15, 2017.
There's More Space in Your Life Than You Might Think!
A competition for grades 3-12 has students searching for NASA spinoffs in their lives, and creating their own innovations.
Cubes in Space Registration is Open
Cubes in Space provides kids an opportunity to design and compete to launch an experiment. This year's experiments will be launched via sounding rocket from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility or from a high-altitude balloon launched from NASA's Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility.