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NASA scientists explain space science and technology concepts in a kid-friendly manner.

The third law of motion states that if a body exerts a force on a second body, the second body exerts a force that is... see more

Students create a 3-D model of Saturn and its rings and write about the model; students draft and write a paragraph... see more

Looking for Saturn images in everyday objects and art.

A Glovebox is a sealed container with built-in gloves. Astronauts perform small experiments and test hardware inside of... see more

The students will look at pictures of Saturn, the Cassini spacecraft, and the Huygens probe and write what they notice,... see more

Students learn that Saturn has many moons and that the Cassini-Huygens mission may discover more moons; they examine... see more

Students will create and use a Saturn Discovery Log to chronicle their journey of discovery about Saturn, the... see more

Students hear a read-aloud of the history of Saturn discoveries. Next, they learn two reading comprehension strategies... see more

NASA is trying to be more responsible with their green ways. Read all about it.

THIS IS JUST THE WEBSITE WHERE YOU CAN GET UPDATES AND MULTIMEDIA TIED TO THIS MISSION. YOU CAN BLOG HERE TOO (WITH THE... see more

Naturally occurring microscopic algae, called phytoplankton, are common in coastal waters. Though phytoplankton are... see more

NOAA operates two polar-orbiting satellites, each with an infrared sensor that detects the temperature of the ocean’s... see more

A drought is a period of unusually persistant dry weather that persists long enough to cause serious problems such as... see more

A severe earthquake is one of the most frightening phenomena of nature. Earthquakes are the result of sudden movements of... see more

NOAA's National Weather Service provides daily fire weather forecasts, fire weather warning products, and forecasts... see more

Heat is the number one weather-related killer. On average, more than 1,500 people in the U.S. die each year from... see more

Thousands of oil and chemical spills occur each year in the United States as a result of accidents or natural disasters.... see more

Rip currents are channeled currents of water flowing away from shore. They typically extend from the shoreline, through... see more

Real time monitoring of river/flood conditions.

Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, and Lightning - Nature’s most violent storms. Thunderstorms affect relatively small areas when... see more

Space weather describes the conditions in space that affect Earth and its technological systems. Space weather storms... see more

"Tropical Cyclone" is a generic term for a low pressure system that usually forms in the tropics. The cyclone is composed... see more

A tsunami (pronounced “soo-nah-mee”) is a series of ocean waves caused by any large, abrupt disturbance of the... see more