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The lessons posted on this site were designed to engage students with real-world data relevant to content taught in... see more

A great variety of processes affect the surface of the Earth. Topics to be covered are production and movement of... see more

ChemSpider is a free chemical structural database providing fast text and structure search access to over 63+ million... see more

Four interrelated lesson plans explore the dynamic nature of the Sun, magnetic fields of the Earth, magnetic... see more

Zooniverse (a.k.a. Citizen Science Alliance) seeks volunteers from around the world to help scientists and researchers... see more

This course analyzes cooperative processes that shape the natural environment, now and in the geologic past. It... see more

Earth ArXiv is a free preprints archive service for the dissemination of scholarly manuscripts/datasets/knowledge in... see more

'NASA's Mars Rover Curiosity, landed on Mars August 6th, 2012. Explore this amazing SUV-sized rover, and learn about the... see more

'Be a part of NASA meteor research with Meteor Counter! When you go out to watch a meteor shower, bring your iPhone with... see more

'Explore a 3D globe of the Moon! Moon Atlas is an astronomy application that lets you use pinch and finger gestures to... see more

'Moon Tours is the mobile version of the NASA's Lunar Mapping and Modeling Portal (LMMP). LMMP is the repository for over... see more

' Drawing on observations from NASA’s Mars missions, the "Be a Martian" application enables the public to participate as... see more

'Welcome to the NASA Lunar Electric Rover (LER) Simulator. You don’t need a driver’s license, but you still need to... see more

'NASA/JPL’s Space Images V2 has arrived, packing exciting new features, videos and stunning hi-res photos. Already a fan?... see more

'When did Neil Armstrong land on the moon? When was Jon Stewart born? What space events happened around my birthday?... see more

'When did Neil Armstrong land on the moon? When was Jon Stewart born? What space events happened around my birthday?... see more

In many US states, religious fundamentalists are not only challenging the teaching of evolution but also attacking... see more

NASA and Arizona State University?s Mars Education Program is offering students nationwide the opportunity to be involved... see more

This introduction to comet basics investigates and duplicates methods scientists used to learn about comets throughout... see more

'Geography touches every aspect of our lives. At its simplest, geography is concerned with where something is at, why... see more

This is the website for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. It gives us the most advanced images of the Martian surface.

At Home Astronomy is a website that contains ten hands-on space science and astronomy activities for the entire family.... see more

'Physical Geography, also called earth science, is the study of our home planet and all of its components: its lands,... see more

Exploring Earth is a useful website containing several different types of educational resources. There are Data Centers,... see more