Fragile Oasis

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One Young World

  • 2 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 3 Shares
  • 3 Comments

One Young World gathers together young people from around the world, helping them make lasting connections to create positive change. Keep Reading

Sentinel Mission

  • 3 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 8 Shares
  • 1 Comments

A steward of planet Earth in the most literal sense, the Sentinel Mission is working to build, launch, and operate a space telescope that will orbit our Sun to find and track asteroids. Keep Reading

Human Progress Blog

  • 0 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 0 Shares
  • 1 Comments

A blog dedicated towards showcasing and advocating for human progress in all fields. This blog has strong space and science ties and was inspired by the writing of Carl Sagan. Keep Reading

Project Calliope

  • 8 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 0 Shares
  • 1 Comments

Project Calliope is a home-built satellite that converts the ionosphere (where auroras occur) into sound so we can hear on Earth just how active space is. Keep Reading

Carbon for Water

  • 20 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 1 Shares
  • 0 Comments

More than four million residents of Kenya's Western Province gained access to safe drinking water in a six-week public health mobilization. Keep Reading

Project Snoopy

  • 11 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 5 Shares
  • 0 Comments

A team of amateur astronomers are hoping to team up with scientists at the University of Glamorgan to search the sky for a piece of the Apollo 10 Lunar Module that's been orbiting the Sun since 1969. Keep Reading

Our ISS

  • 6 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 4 Shares
  • 6 Comments

Florida 4th graders are researching, designing and building an International Space Station Module within their classroom. Keep Reading

Surcos Argentina - Argentina Grooves

  • 72 Crewmember Medal Nominations
  • 18 Shares
  • 7 Comments

Surcos Argentinos is a group of students from many backgrounds in Cordoba, Argentina, who have been installing and maintaining family-oriented organic gardens to help the poor develop self-sufficiency. Keep Reading