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Students become familiar with the space transportation system (STS), its parts, and the sequence of a space shuttle... see more

In this activity, students test a slingshot-like device that throws a mass, causing the car to move in the opposite... see more

To Introduce students to Mars by having them examine images from the Image Set. Mars has a complex surface with features... see more

Students examine images showing the Pathfinder landing site at three different scales. When examining each image, they... see more

This lesson introduces students to Saturn and its place in the solar system. This series introduces science into a... see more

This is the Moodle site that supports the CSUB NASA Summer of Innovation event. It is set to allow guest access. You will... see more

This website has an archive of earthquakes and their data in the form of posters. This will support any collection of... see more

At 9.0 Magnitude, this was the largest earthquake in the world since the 1964 Alaskan quake. It struck on December 26 at... see more

An earthquake of magnitude 9 rocked the Pacific Northwest on January 26, 1700 around 9:00 PM. A series of independent... see more

The California earthquake of April 18, 1906 ranks as one of the most significant earthquakes of all time. Today, its... see more

On 22 March 1957, the San Francisco Peninsula was rocked by an earthquake centered in the Daly City area that caused... see more

An excellent resource with links that covers the massive quake up in Alaska during 1964.  

On October 17, 1989, at 5:04:15 p.m. (P.d.t.), a magnitude 6.9 (moment magnitude; surface-wave magnitude, 7.1) earthquake... see more

The Northridge earthquake of January 17, 1994, struck a modern urban environment generally designed for seismic... see more

Im an instructional designer at the Hunter College Campus School. I support the effective use of technology in schools... see more

This site's stated mission is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting... see more

Through the iEARN Program, kids all over the world can discover their carbon footprint and then do something about it.  

This is one of two sites (the other one being secured within a Moodle server) that supports the Global Learning Exchange.... see more

Although it feels solid and hard beneath our feet, the outer surface of the Earth is a thin crust of fragile rock,... see more

This site lists a number of live volcano webcams.  

Excellent source for lunar and planetary images.  

Solid archive and detailed accounting of this mission. This was developed by Ames.  

MIT World is a free and open site that provides on-demand video of significant public events at MIT. The video library... see more

Thumbnails of moon...lots of them.