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Movie review: Hidden Figures

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A movie about the role black women played in NASA's rocket programs in the 60s brings home some important lessons for students everywhere.

How about a little free fall after a math lesson?

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Indoor skydiving is a reward for some Dallas-area students who are doing well in school. Fun, exciting, and a great lesson in math and physics.

NASA makes a better map for the August eclipse

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Using detailed data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA developed an accurate map of the path of totality for the US solar eclipse.

Cassini sees Saturn’s hexagon-shaped jet stream

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An intriguing jet stream can be found in Saturn's atmosphere, and NASA's Cassini sent back a few pics from the latest phase of its mission.

Total solar eclipse exactly one year away

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We're one year away from a total solar eclipse, the first one visible from the US in about 38 years. What will you do?

NASA spots El Niño changes that change weather

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Rainfall patterns shifted this year because of an unusual El Niño in the Pacific that started back in December.

New Horizons spacecraft talks to Earth from Pluto

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Images of Pluto and its moons have started arriving back on Earth after a historic fly-by. We're proud to be American.

Water, water, everywhere water — even in space

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NASA scientists have been looking for water (and life) on other worlds, and they've found evidence of liquid water in some of those distant worlds.