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Astronaut Barbara Morgan observes a student working on a computer Visit the NASA Education website. You'll discover a wealth of information including a list of current opportunities; education related feature stories; and contact information for project representatives.
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Teach Station is the platform for space-station-focused education resources, science and research information for students and teachers, crew updates, and up-to-the-minute education news. Visit often and watch for updates.

What's an Expedition?

ISS Expeditions 5, 7 and 9 patches The people who live and work on the International Space Station are called expedition crews. Each crew is assigned an expedition number.

Select an expedition number to learn about its official start date, launch and landing dates, and crew, and to view images and video taken during the mission.
› Crews and Expeditions Homepage
› Past Crews Section
› Future Crews Section
› NASA Kids' Club: Now in Space and Past Crews

Education Resources

A girl beside an image of the space stationLaura talks about the space station in this video from NASA y Tú. Resources and videos are available in Spanish and English. Image Credit: NASA

Get Involved With Education on the Space Station -- Student projects, downlinks, professional development and outreach activities.
Topic-based Websites -- Microgravity, Rocketry, Robotics, Spacesuits.
Classroom Materials -- Educator guides, lesson plans, posters and research problems for students.
Student Features and Related Sites -- Articles for students and general audiences about the space station.
Just for Fun -- Interactive games and activities.
Multimedia -- Videos, interviews, Do-It-Yourself Podcasts, and lots more for space station fans.

› View resources

School Days

Astronaut Chris Cassidy

The station crew share their favorite memories of school and give advice to today's students.

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Page Last Updated: October 7th, 2014
Page Editor: Sandra May