Thursday, December 12, 2019

Need a little "space" in your life? NIH-NASA collaborations

Unless you've been living under a rock in 2019, you probably already know it was the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing this summer. NASA is set to keep moon exploration going with the Artemis program slated to land two women on the moon in 2024. 

Recently I listed to a fascinating webinar from NNLM about astronaut healthIf you're interested in astronaut health, outer space, or just like sciencey things, check out the recording. It includes links to many other free resources on space and STEM activities libraries can hijack and use. 

If you're interested in getting deeper into the health science piece, NIH and NASA have a website that provides links to other government agency partnerships with more resources such as data calls and webinars. 

Growing up in the 1980's (like me) you might have heard of Space Camp in Huntsville, AL. I just learned they have one for grown-ups...okay, librarians, who's coming with me! 

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