NASA’s ‘biggest’ news conference in decades: The agency unveils big data analysis program

NASA has launched a major new push to make the science community more data-driven, and that includes a new live stream of its Science Friday webinar series, according to the agency’s website.

The webinar, titled “Science Fridays: Big Data Analytics,” was designed to help scientists make the best use of data and to help them answer big questions.

The new webinar is designed to be accessible to a wide audience and to include new data from a wide variety of sources.

For the first time, NASA will have a live feed of the webinar on the NASA Television web site, NASA officials said.

NASA also will be using NASA’s webinar platform for its next Science Friday conference.NASA’s first live stream since the March 29 launch of the Mars Science Laboratory rover on the first of its seven orbits around the Red Planet has generated plenty of excitement.

The stream has been viewed nearly 2 million times on NASA’s site.

The new Science Friday will feature a new presentation by Dr. David McKay, a professor at the University of Arizona who studies the evolution of complex life in the Martian atmosphere.

The webinar will feature McKay’s “Mars-Earth Interactions,” a three-part video series in which McKay will explain how these interactions have evolved over the Martian past.

The video series will include a talk by McKay about the evolution and evolution of life in Mars.

“We’re excited to introduce the Science Friday Live Webinar series,” NASA spokeswoman Kate Cordero said.

“We want to make it easy for you to get up to speed on all the latest science news and new discoveries.”

The series will be broadcast live and will be available on NASA TV and on NASA Television’s online video platform.

“This series is an extension of NASA’s longstanding efforts to provide science-oriented, actionable information on all things space and beyond,” said Jim Green, vice president of science and exploration, in a statement.

“The new webinars are designed to highlight the important work of NASA scientists and engineers, as well as a diverse group of NASA science partners.

NASA will continue to build on the success of the previous series by providing an interactive video experience that will make it easier for everyone to engage with science.”