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Under the current collaboration, NASA provided support for a number of new Peanuts programs that focus on modern-day Astronaut Snoopy and space themes, including a STEM-based curriculum for students K-5th grade about America’s deep space exploration objectives and interactive ways to celebrate next year’s 50th anniversary of humans first setting foot on the Moon. NASA centers across the nation joined the celebration as well. NASA’s Johnson Space Center collaborated with Space Center Houston in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10 mission on April 25, with a day of STEM activities capitalizing on the mission’s unique call sign for the Lunar Lander of Snoopy. Also, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center is participating in a local library event with a one-of-a-kind exhibit created by The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center from June 3 to July 25.