Teens team up with NASA at Stanford

July 21, 2009 10:02:37 AM PDT
A group of teens are taking part in a Stanford University program to learn computer programming with the help of NASA researchers.

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The two-week iD Programming Academy teaches students ages 13 to 18 software design and application development.

The students are using NASA's World Wind program, which shows 3-D satellite imagery of any place on Earth, and are being given assignments in programming from NASA scientists.

More information is available at www.iDProgrammingAcademy.com.

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