Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

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Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Cassini Spacecraft Ends Its Historic Exploration of Saturn. NASA's Cassini spacecraft made its final approach to Saturn and dove into the planet’s atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017. Loss of contact with the Cassini spacecraft took place on Sept. 15 at 7:55:46 a.m. EDT (4:55:46 a.m. PDT).

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Scientist for a Day - Home. Continuing in the tradition started by the Cassini mission to Saturn, Scientist for a Day challenges students in grades 5-12 to think like NASA scientists. Examine real spacecraft images of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, Saturn’s moon Titan, and Jupiter’s moon Europa.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

The Cassini spacecraft launched in October 1997 and has been orbiting Saturn since 2004. NASA encourages you to join them in celebrating Cassini’s 10-year anniversary orbiting Saturn with a special edition of the essay contest. The 2014 Cassini Scientist for a Day Essay Contest is open to students in grades 5-12. Essays must be under 500 words.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Students must write a 500-word essay on why the image they chose would be the most scientifically rich for Cassini's cameras to take. Essays will be judged by a panel of Cassini scientists, mission planners, and by the JPL education and outreach team. Winners will be invited to discuss their essays with JPL Cassini scientists via teleconference.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Zade Akras ’18 and Vikash Modi ’18 were recently named winners of the NASA Cassini Scientist for a Day Essay Contest.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

The Cassini Scientist for a Day contest challenges students from class 5-12 to become NASA scientists studying Saturn. Participants examine three possible observations taken by the Cassini spacecraft and are tasked to choose the one they think will yield the best scientific results. This choice must then be supported in essay.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Nine students in the age group of 10 to 18 years from India, four of them from Gujarat, have been declared winners in an international Cassini Scientists for a Day Essay Contest 2012 organised by.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Tag: High School Student Opportunity. The deadline for the 2012 Cassini Scientist for a Day essay contest is now two weeks away. There’s still time for your students to write essays for the contest.. Winning entries will be posted on NASA’s Cassini website. Winners and their classes will be invited to participate in a teleconference.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

The prompt for the NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory essay contest was to justify the spacecraft Cassini's target: Saturn's rings and moons, Jupiter, or Rhea and Tethys.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Essays will be judged by a panel of Cassini scientists, mission planners, and by the JPL education and outreach team. Winners will be invited to discuss their essays with JPL Cassini scientists.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

The 2012 edition of the 'Cassini Scientist for a Day' competition is now open to entry from students. The competition is designed to give the participants a taste of life as a scientist. Students are invited to submit a 500-word essay explaining their choice of one of three targets to be imaged by the Cassini spacecraft in orbit around Saturn.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

Students from across Europe have been selected as winners of the Cassini Scientist for a Day 2012 competition. Coordinated by ESA, national competitions were held in several European countries, including Poland, Spain and Greece, with more than 1000 entries. An equivalent competition was run by NASA for schools in the US.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

The 2015 edition of the 'Cassini Scientist for a Day' competition is now open to entries by students. The competition is designed to give the participants a taste of life as a space scientist. Students are invited to submit a 500-word essay explaining their choice of one of three targets to be imaged by the Cassini spacecraft in orbit around Saturn.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

The Cassini Outreach Team of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is being organizing a brilliant school contest in Astronomy focusing in the Saturnian system. This essay contest provides school.

Nasa Cassini 2014 Essay Winners

NASA's 2015-16 Cassini Scientist for a Day Essay Contest Deadline is February 26, 2016. There's still time to enter! For contest rules, videos about each essay topic, a downloadable contest flyer, frequently asked questions, and more information, visit.