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'Nestled in the Himalaya Mountains, Kashmir inhabits a crossroads between the Middle East and Asia. Kashmir’s valleys and... see more

Weather is the state of the atmosphere at some place and time. We describe the weather in many ways. For example, we may... see more

Found here are a vareity of resources that concern aeronautics including images, articles and current events.

'The lessons...are teacher-favorite lessons focused on asteroids. For more search options or to search by other science... see more

'The term "astronaut" derives from the Greek words meaning "space sailor," and refers to all who have been launched as... see more

'Icebergs are a natural and beautiful part of Earth's cryosphere, and are closely monitored and studied by scientists... see more

Ozone (OH zohn) is a gas that is present in small amounts in Earth's atmosphere. In the troposphere (the lowest level of... see more

A robot is a mechanical device that operates automatically. Robots can perform a variety of tasks. They are especially... see more

A rocket is a type of engine that pushes itself forward or upward by producing thrust. Unlike a jet engine, which draws... see more

Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system. Its diameter is 88,846 miles (142,984 kilometers), more than 11 times... see more

Relativity is either of two theories of physics developed by the German-born American physicist Albert Einstein. Those... see more

Information gathered by the Voyager probes forms the basis of the modern study of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and... see more

'Hurricanes are large, swirling storms. They produce winds of 119 kilometers per hour (74 mph) or higher. That's faster... see more

Tim Ryland is on the cutting edge of more than just tech-infused curriculum. Finally, a guy that uses video games to... see more

Extreme Science is the place online to find the biggest, baddest, and the best in the world of extremes and learn about... see more

Jeff Barrie takes viewers on a journey from the coal mines of West Virginia to the solar panel fields of Florida, as he... see more

Teach kids about the size of their carbon footprint.

This is a magazine that gives teachers ideas for "green" lessons and simply making the world around them more... see more

Here are two interactive and animated activities from the EPA. There are links for parents and teachers too.

This is a resource for teachers in higher-ed. Second Nature was founded in Boston in 1993 by a small group of... see more

This resource is great for classroom discussions involving global warming trends and the harbingers that preclude those... see more

The newest site from NASA showcasing their eyes on earth.

Newton's First Law of Motion states that a body at rest will remain at rest unless an outside force acts on it, and a... see more