The Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline is a collaborative K-12 education effort serving students, teachers, and their diverse communities throughout the Pacific Northwest.
ROADS on Mars is a team challenge for grades 3–12. The challenge follows in the path of the Mars 2020 rover and focuses on guiding students in understanding Rover Observation And Drone Survey.
Upcoming ROADS events
Registration for the ROADS on Mars Student Challenge is open!
Late (academic year) registration
We’re pleased to keep registration open through Thursday, January 16, 2020, for many of our hubs.
Academic year registration has closed for
Some hubs have reached capacity. Registration closed on December 17, 2019, for the following:
- New Mexico
Summer program registration
Registration for summer programs is currently open. The registration deadline will be announced in 2020.
Thank you to everyone who patiently waited out our technical difficulties yesterday and was able to join us for our launch of the ROADS on Mars Challenge. Our sincerest apologies to everyone who tried to join us and encountered our meeting ID error problem. For everyone who couldn’t join us, or who just wants to …
Are you ready for what comes after the giant leap? NASA’s Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline (NESSP) invites you to join us on September 23 for the launch of the ROADS on Mars Student Challenge!
Have you, too, heard the call of space and wondered how you can respond? NASA’s Northwest Earth and Space Sciences Pipeline (NESSP), headed by Washington NASA Space Grant and based out of Johnson Hall, invites you to join us on our next mission — to the moon. On Friday, July 19, 2019, teams of middle- …