Hi everyone, I figured some might be interested in learning more about the research that goes on at NASA. I'm a senior in high school, and I worked there for about six months before I had to leave unexpectedly. In April, through another project I'm working on, I will be testing an experiment in the vomit comet! AMA about NASA, High School, Research, College Admissions, or anything else you'd care to know!
Proof: (I've removed proof since this AMA is pretty much over, however if mods want me to message them, feel free to PM me)
Edit: I'm still on trying to answer all your questions as fast as I can! Thanks everyone for a little Friday entertainment! :) I'm glad to help demystify NASA a little haha.
Edit2: 2:54 EST! I'm still answering questions! Bring them on ;)
Edit3: Since people keep asking, I worked at the Langley Research Center campus.
Edit4: 3:25 EST. I love all the questions, keep 'em coming!
Edit5: 4:00 EST. My hands are cramping and I'm still answering! Make my hands fall off guys :P
Edit6: 4:414 EST. If I missed anybody and you still want an answer, feel free to PM me! This thread absolutely exploded and I wasn't expecting it!
Edit7: 4:41 EST. I'm still here guys! Keep the questions coming!
Edit8: In case it wasn't clear: none of these responses are on behalf of NASA or the government. I do not work for them anymore.
Edit9: 5:32 EST. I should be online for a little while longer guys! This has been so much fun :)
Edit10: The AMA was a ton of fun guys! It was great getting to talk to everyone! If anyone has any further questions, feel free to PM me.