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Carve a pumpkin like a NASA engineer, share your space-themed costume and discover spooky locations throughout the solar system and beyond! These online resources will get you spacing out with NASA this Halloween.
Want to make an out-of-this-world Halloween pumpkin? Take a cue from the engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. It’s their job to design and build robots that can travel millions of miles to study other planets – and sometimes even land and drive around on the surface. So during Halloween, they can’t help but use their free time to bring some of that same creative thinking to designing stellar pumpkins inspired by space exploration. Explore the links below to see some of the pumpkins created by NASA engineers and do it yourself with our how-to guide.
Flickr Album: NASA/JPL Pumpkins
See a collection of mechanical pumpkin marvels created by engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Create a Halloween Pumpkin Like a NASA Engineer
Get tips from NASA engineers on how to make an out-of-this-world Halloween pumpkin.
If mechanical pumpkins aren't your thing, these space-themed pumpkin stencils from NASA's Space Place will add some stellar flare to your Halloween celebration.
Celebrate the Fall season and Halloween by making your very own space-themed pumpkins with these easy-to-use stencils from NASA Space Place!
Explore some of the most mysterious and spooky places in the galaxy in these online galleries.
Mysteries of the Solar System and Beyond
Become a solar system detective and see if you can solve the stellar mysteries in this slideshow before reading how the scientists did it.
Galaxy of Horrors
We’ve rounded up some of the most frightening, deadly planets in the galaxy, places that make even the scariest haunted house on Earth pale in comparison.