NASA's Space Place has formed partnerships in every state in the U.S. with museums, libraries, planetariums, and even zoos and aquariums.
Use these resources for the September 2011 theme for the Year of the Solar System -- gravity.
This global initiative aims to identify, showcase and support innovative approaches to global challenges through a series of forums. Visit the site to learn more and join the conversation.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has resources for museum and planetarium professionals, group leaders, after-school staff and home schoolers engaged in space-related educational activities.
Would you like to have a piece of history for your classroom or lecture space? Limited numbers of space shuttle tiles and food packages are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Download animations of the mission that launched Aug. 5, 2011.
NASA announces the next opportunity to launch small cube-shaped satellites.› Original announcement
08.18.11 - For one day, the sights and sounds of NASA stood out among the din of New York City.
Carefully selected and trained ambassadors will use a Climate Day Kit of NASA resources suited for education and public outreach on climate and climate change. Apply by Aug. 21, 2011.
This month's theme has activities and resources that show commonalities of other planets' atmosphere and Earth's.
Celebrate Juno's launch to Jupiter with these activities.
The Oklahoma City Astronomy Club set up a telescope at a store to share views of the sun.
07.20.11 - Inexpensive monitors allow high school and college students to detect solar storms as chances for a severe one increase.
Artwork inspired by the Space Shuttle Program is available for downloading.
Staff from eligible education institutions, museums, libraries and planetariums may view and request space artifacts recently released for display.
Concert attendees in Seattle received a special surprise when they saw a video message to them from astronaut Kelly.
Download high-resolution images that showcase the discoveries and excitement of planetary exploration. Use the images to create and host an exhibition in your area!
The Museum in a Box project has physical sciences lessons about flight for participants in grades K-12. New lessons will be added to the website over the next few months.
The Great Morning Planet Show of May 2011 is underway. Wake up before sunrise any day this month to see a shape-shifting alignment of heavenly lights.
Flown and unflown space shuttle tires are available for loan to eligible organizations. The next submission period closes July 1, 2011.