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This is a fact sheet describing the GAVRT program. This educational program uses a 34-meter antenna for classroom radio... see more

Grades 7 - 12 students engage in processes/activities for collaboration and communication strategies. Students compare... see more

This activity is a two to three week educational module for 7 - 10 grade students. The activity focuses on developing... see more

The Mars Exploration Program Website (URL http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov) is a site that has information, or may be linked to... see more

'This article contains a series of kinesthetic activities, explaining and demonstrating why stars twinkle and what... see more

An overview of the Deep Impact Mission is provided on a fact sheet of two pages. The science objectives, implementation... see more

This Hubble Space Telescope image shows knots of gas surrounding a dying star in the Helix Nebula, the closest planetary... see more

Three lessons and classroom activities about how solar activity affects the earth's ionosphere. A Simple AM Radio... see more

Three lessons and classroom activities about the solar wind and how coronal mass ejections affect the Earth. CME Plotting... see more

Three lessons and classroom activities about how solar activity affects the earth's magnetosphere. Magnetic Storms from... see more

This Education and Public Outreach website provides information on the NASA gamma-ray burst explorer mission, Swift. The... see more

Classroom-ready and aligned with the National Science Education Standards and Project 2061 Benchmarks for Science... see more

'Galileo plunged into Jupiter's crushing atmosphere on Sept. 21, 2003. The spacecraft was deliberately destroyed to... see more

The Hubble Deep Field Academy is an online exploration that invites students to examine the Hubble Deep Field image and... see more

Build your own mountain of clay or Play-Doh ®, then make a topo map of it. Then read about the largest structure ever to... see more

Educational brief that teaches students how to identify and track planets from Earth. This activity is hands-on and... see more

Investigate the shape of the Earth's orbit based on the apparent changing size of the Sun. Is the orbit elliptical? Is it... see more

Full color, 22 by 34 inch poster about coronal mass ejections and their effects on Earth and spacecraft as a space... see more

A collection of images taken by the Chandra X-ray Observatory, including image descriptions and comparison with optical... see more

Integrated science and math curricular materials related to the Space Interferometry Mission. It introduces measurement... see more

This program allows educators to borrow Meteorite samples and provides a teacher's guide with activities and a slide set... see more

Hands-on activity to introduce students to the science involved with Cassini's Radio Science Subsystem... see more

This website showcases a 22" by 34" poster describes coronal mass ejections and how they affect life on Earth. The... see more

How do spacecraft put actual information into the radio signals they send back to Earth? Beat out rhythms on drums or... see more