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NASA ’s latest launch isn’t a rocket or satellite. Instead it’s a website that will keep children engaged in science during a time when most schools are closed nationwide. The new program, called NASA At Home , is packed full of activities for kids and families, including e-books, virtual tours and augmented reality, podcasts, “binge-worthy” videos, and an opportunity to be a scientist in your own home. For kids (or adults) who wonder what it would be like to pilot a NASA aircraft, there’s an app in the virtual tours and AR segment that allows them to do just that. NASA has geared the program’s educational and entertaining resources and activities to families and students in kindergarten and up. Full story

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