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View Resource NASA's Education Website

This site from NASA features educational materials on astronomy and space sciences. Educational news, research, and announcements are featured on the homepage. Teaching materials for educators teaching in levels K-12 and higher are available on the site, and include lesson plans, links, and podcasts.

View Resource Unlocking the Mysteries: Science on the Edge of the Solar System

NASA's Discovery Program wants students to design their own mission to explore the Solar System. Based on the award-winning video, Unlocking the Mysteries, this activity takes students along on NASA's Discovery missions and encourages them to think about the mysteries they want to explore. Through in-depth research and experimentation, students become experts about a single mission and present...

View Resource Seeing and Exploring the Universe Resource Guide

This guide provides an overview of 16 NASA missions studying the structure and evolution of the Universe. A description of the science and educational programs for each mission is provided, along with a list of other relevant resources and websites. The following missions are described in the guide: Advanced Composition Explorer(ACE), Astro-E2, Chandra, Cosmic Hot Interstellar Plasma Spectrometer...

View Resource Saturn Educator Guide

This educators guide uses NASA's mission to Saturn (Cassini-Huygens) as real-world motivational context for learning fundamental, standards-based concepts in science. It includes six constructivist lessons, an FAQ, and a variety of connections to art, literature, and mythology.

View Resource Mars Dead or Alive: Welcome to Mars

During the first of two landings in the Mars Exploration Rover mission, scientists and engineers were full of anticipation and anxiety the night that the rover 'Spirit' was due to land. Would the rover land safely and be able to complete its mission to find out about the geological history of the planet? This video segment shows the range of emotions experienced by NASA scientists and technicians...

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