The Girl Scouts of the USA has been turning out smart future leaders of America for the past century. Those girls and young women have collected countless badges for activities related to art, science, the outdoors, leadership and more. But, surprisingly, the 105-year-old organization has never offered a “space science” badge — not even in the late 1960s when America first went to the moon. SEE ALSO: Girl Scouts adds 23 STEM badges in biggest rollout in nearly a decade Space nerds can now rejoice because the Girl Scouts, in partnership with NASA and the SETI Institute, plans to introduce six new space science badges for participants of every age between kindergarten and 12th grade.  The badges, which are currently being developed and tested with

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