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View Resource NASA CloudSat Mission CD ROM

The NASA CloudSat Mission CD ROM provides a detailed overview of the satellite, its mission, personnel, other satellites in the -A-Train-, science and technology behind the mission, launch information, and its partners.- In addition, the CD ROM contains educational activities, artwork and references, along with a glossary, video clips of CloudSat scientists and other mission personnel describing...

View Resource Genesis Mission Cleanroom Electronic Field Trip

This interactive field trip features interviews with scientists and technicians who work in the Genesis cleanroom at NASA Johnson Space Center. The field trip includes an interactive diagram of the laboratory with photos of various areas. Video shows scientists donning cleanroom clothing, washing samples, and assembling sampling wafers onto the array frame of the Genesis probe.

View Resource Ocean Surface Topography From Space (TOPEX/Poseidon Missions)

A joint US and France project, the TOPEX-Poseidon satellites continuously measure sea surface height. The oceans store and transport solar heat, helping to keep Earth's climate in balance. The overall shape of the oceans' "hills" and "valleys" is called ocean surface topography, or OST. Precise knowledge of OST is essential to predict the effects of catastrophic storms. Educational resources...

View Resource Center for Astronomy Education

The focus of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Center for Astronomy Education is simple, yet important: it is "dedicated to the professional development of introductory astronomy instructors." To that end, this website provides articles from guest bloggers, educational materials, and an array of high-quality resources. On the homepage, visitors can view sections that include Teaching Strategies,...

View Resource Jet Propulsion Lab: Infographics

The Jet Propulsion Lab at NASA has posted dozens of beautiful infographics designed to introduce readers to everything from the Anatomy of an Ion Engine to Mars Quick Facts. Users have the ability to rate these visually stimulating educational tools, and readers may search by highest rated, recently added, most viewed, or featured. In addition, the Select Category function allows readers to...

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