Answer: Unlike astronomers and physicists, atmospheric scientists can qualify for employment with NASA with just a bachelor's degree. Aspiring atmospheric scientists will take courses in subjects such as meteorology, computer programming, advanced mathematics and advanced physics, the BLS reported.
Answer: NASA Solve is intended as NASA’s gateway to involving more people in the exciting work NASA does in space exploration and aeronautics and Earth science research. The opportunities listed here are intended to attract individuals with a range of interests and skills across a wide age range. Read the descriptions of the projects carefully to determine if the project is a good fit for you or your organization. Eligibility requirements for an individual challenge and prize activities are listed on their respective websites, which you can reach through NASA Solve. Note that NASA is prohibited by law from awarding prize funding to entities outside of the United States.