Explore Mars and Earth using these activities adapted for after-school programs with elementary-aged students.
This infographic depicts the suspenseful seven minutes for the Mars Science Laboratory to go from the top of Mars' atmosphere to its surface.
Participate in the Mars landing of the Curiosity rover. Landing is scheduled for about 10:31 p.m. PDT on Aug. 5 (1:31 a.m. EDT on Aug. 6).
Goddard Space Flight Center's Informal Education group invites educators from small- to medium-sized museums to a workshop. Apply by July 27, 2012.
With this theme we explore the fundamental question: Are we alone in the universe?
Offering NASA resources to museum, planetarium and science center partners, the Museum Alliance spreads the wonder of space and science far and wide.
Download and use NASA high-definition PSAs at your venue.› Avatar PSAs | › Planet 51 PSAs
Apply by June 29, 2012.
Visitors explore the giant planets orbiting the sun and learn what they tell us about the formation of solar system and Earth.
Check out one-day, two-day and weeklong NASA programs that provide meaningful learning experiences.
Find transit events near you! If you're planning an event of your own, add it to the map.
Entries are due Nov. 15, 2012.› Visit site → | › See past winners →
The Year of the Solar System theme for May shows how NASA learns from robotic missions.
Win behind-the-scenes access to the next rocket launch of a NASA Earth-observing satellite. Submissions are due May 31, 2012.
The nearly 500 Solar System Ambassadors carry the excitement of space to community events.
Use resources to share the Dawn mission to an asteroid with your organization.
Host a live, in-flight education downlink. NASA is looking for organizations to host large-scale events. Proposals are due June 1, 2012.
This NASA-sponsored project connects the knowledge of the Maya to NASA science. Training opportunities and resources are available.
This brochure is a collection of stories about benefits from research on the International Space Station.
Angry Birds Space has provided NASA an opportunity to share a core concept of space exploration: gravity.› Pettit Demonstrates a Trajectory