Welcome to NSPACE
Texas High School Aerospace Scholars (HAS)
Texas high school juniors complete design challenges and attend monthly webinars with NASA scientists and engineers. Achieving students are invited to a six-day summer experience at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, to work with a team of peers and NASA experts on designing a mission to Mars and engineering design challenges.Click here to learn more!
High schools United with NASA to Create Hardware (HUNCH)
High schools United with NASA to Create Hardware partners students, NASA and industry to create real products meeting NASA needs and standards. Students across the nation participate in precision machining, industrial sewing, design-and-prototyping, culinary science and video challenges under the guidance of NASA and industry mentors.Click here to learn more!
Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment (Micro-g NExT)
Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Teams is a mission-driven, authentic NASA STEM experience. This Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate collaboration with the Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM) integrates undergraduate students into the technology and hardware development paths of NASA missions in support of human space exploration.Click here to learn more!
NASA Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students (SUITS)
NASA Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students challenges students to design and create spacesuit information displays within augmented reality environments. As NASA pursues Artemis, the agency accelerates investing in surface architecture and technology development.Click here to learn more!
Commercial Crew Program (CCP)
Commercial Crew Program Next Gen STEM focuses on releasing resources amplifying STEM engagement. Virtual reality tours, workshops and resource kits engage students and educators in his profound moment in American history as Boeing completed their Orbital Flight Test and SpaceX launched with NASA astronauts from the United States for the first time since 2011.Click here to learn more!
Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP)
MUREP engages underrepresented populations through a wide variety of initiatives. Multiyear grants are awarded to assist Minority Institution faculty and students in research of pertinent missions.MUREP Innovation and Tech Transfer Idea Competition (MITTIC) MUREP Institutional Research Opportunity (MIRO) MUREP Other Opportunities (MOO)
NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS)
NCAS engages the nation in NASA’s mission by helping students in the Artemis generation make the connection between a STEM degree and career opportunities; engaging them in NASA’s six research and exploration themes; and motivating students to participate in other NASA challenges, research opportunities, and internships.Click here to learn more!
STEM on Station (SOS)
SOS uses the International Space Station, its crew and the onboard research to inspire, engage and educate students and educators.Click here to learn more!
WEAR STEM Challenge (WEAR)
The WEAR STEM Challenge is an engineering design challenge where NASA presents problems about wearable technologies to middle and high school students, seeking contributions to deepspace exploration missions. WEAR focuses on wearable technologies aiding crewmembers and others in tasks such as monitoring conditions, protecting organs and collecting data.Click here to learn more!