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Some of Pennsylvania's middle school students are learning what it's like to be real scientists with a three-dimensional software programcreated by researchers at Carnegie Mellon Universitythat uses recent data from actual NASA exploration missions to Mars and other planets.
"The goal is to make school and science more exciting," said Peter Coppin, director of EventScope, the software that lets students virtually explore remote places such as Mars from their computers.
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