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Imagine Mars: HUD Neighborhood Networks Get Involved!

August 4, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. PDT

The archive of the webcast

'HUD Neighborhood Networks Get Involved!'
is temporarily unavailable while we add closed captioning.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to build a community on Mars? Well, a group of students from a HUD Neighborhood Network Resource Center found out!
Imagine Mars: 'HUD Neighborhood Networks Get Involved!' webcast
They participated in NASA's "Imagine Mars" project and worked with engineers, scientists, and architects from their local community to design and create their own Mars community. See the first HUD Neighborhood Network Imagine Mars Communities here.

Did they have buildings, cars, robots, gardens, or...?
Tune in on August 4 to learn how they did it, see their designs, hear some of the students talk about their experiences, and find out how to get involved. If you have questions during the webcast, click here to submit your questions - we'll be answering your questions LIVE! Then, after the webcast, take a survey and log in to our live web chat to ask any questions we missed during the program.


Kobie Boykins - Mechanical Engineer
Kobie Boykins
Mechanical Engineer
Geoff Lake - Engineering Student
Geoff Lake
Engineering Student

How do I participate?

Get RealPlayer: Please download the free RealPlayer well in advance of the webcast

webcast checklist: Download the free realplayer, test realplayer, come back August 4 before 1 pm PDT for a link to the webcast, submit a post-survey

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Come back here on August 4, 2005 at 1 p.m. PDT to watch this webcast!

After the webcast, don't forget to take the online survey and tune into the online chat to ask questions and chat with NASA engineers and kids from the Housing and Urban Development Neighborhood Networks.

Want to learn more about Mars, space, and robotics? Check out the following NASA websites:

Imagine Mars:
Robotics Education Project:
Mars Kids Page:
JPL Kids Page:
NASA Kids Page:
Space Place:
NASA Quest:
Athena Kids Page:
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