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What We Did Over Your Summer Vacation
Lots of exciting things were happening in and around our solar system this summer! Here's a guide to launching the 2016 school year right and turning those stellar events into educational connections from NASA. 
Viking 40 Year Anniversary
In 1976, the United States celebrated its bicentennial, disco was big, Jimmy Carter was running for President, and humanity saw the first successful landing on the surface of another planet: Mars.  
Eclipse Sneak Peek!
This interactive Eclipse Tour lets you see exactly what will be happening on August 21, 2017 - from anywhere on Earth as well as from space.
Happy Centennial, National Park Service!
Enjoy NASA’s unique persepective on our National Parks. Pictured: Biscayne Bay National Park protects the longest stretch of mangrove forest on the U.S. East Coast, and one of the most extensive stretches of coral reef in the world.
Our First Selfie
On August 23, 1966, the world received its first view of Earth taken and transmitted by a spacecraft - Lunar Orbiter 1 - from the vicinity of the Moon.