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Astronomical distances, even within our own solar system, are very difficult to imagine. In this activity, students... see more

Students will make a model of the Moons surface and consider the geologic processes and rocks of each area.

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

This was created by the science team as a general overview of the mission. It can be copied in large landscape format or... see more

This lithograph is part of the Solar System Lithograph Set. It can be used by formal education, informal education, and... see more

This book is published open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. Over the past decades, rapid developments in digital and... see more

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

This is a hands-on demonstration of the communication path between the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE) satellite and... see more

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

Exploring Magnetism in Solar Flares is a supplemental curriculum guide for grades 8-14. It is part of a series of guides... see more

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

Network of sites which use the Geoplayer program to provide manipulation of data sets for Earth, Mars, and space-based... see more

The University of Maryland and Google Earth partnerto provide teaching materials on global fosest change, using the... see more

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

A guide for teachers and students from grades 8-12 and undergraduates. Takes students from assumptions about gravity to a... see more

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

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

Galaxies are so large, and so far away, that you could never see them move just by looking -- even if you looked for a... see more

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

'Sponsored by NASA's Heliophysics Division, the Interplanetary 3D Sun is a tool for serious solar physicists and lay... see more

Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying, "Some people are weatherwise, but most are otherwise." Ol' Ben understood that... see more

This guide is designed to provide educators with a quick reference to materials and resources that are useful for... see more

Grades 2 - 9. In this activity, students make an ice cream comet adding their own choice of "comet debris". They trade... see more

This engaging National Science Education Standards-aligned guide will provide teachers with fun Mars-related hands-on... see more