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The Cassini Spacecraft’s Historic Exploration:
For information about the book and movie Hidden Figures, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/modernfigures. Hidden Figures chronicles the stories of Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughan, African-American women who were essential to the success of NASA’s early spaceflight programs. Today, NASA embraces their legacy and strives to include everyone who wants to participate in its ongoing exploration.
- How to become an astronaut
- Careers at NASA: https://www.nasa.gov/careers
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- International Space Station
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- Current robotic missions to Mars
- Journey to Mars
- When is the next launch?
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- Guide for unsolicited proposals
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Recognition for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
NASA recognizes Boy Scouts earning the prestigious Eagle Rank and Girl Scouts earning the prestigious Gold Award. Certificates may be downloaded below. They are offered on the honor system and should only be downloaded after the scout has earned the award. (The files must be opened in Adobe Acrobat Reader to be filled out.). Please be advised that we are no longer producing paper copies of the certificates and any requests received by the Agency will not be processed.