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Words Toys in Space with a soccer ball used as the o in Toys Toys in Space
Watch videos that show astronauts testing toys in space to help students learn about the laws of science.
› Toys in Space

NASA's Our World NASA eClips™ -- Our World
Watch these videos for grades K-5.
› Sleeping on Board the ISS
› Gravity in Space
› Fluid Shift
› Exercise Equipment
› Exercise in Space

To watch captioned versions of NASA eClips™ videos, go to the grade-level sections of the NASA eClips™ website.

NASA's The Real World: Mathematics NASA eClips™ -- Real World
Watch these videos for grades 6-8.
› How Gravity Affects Molecules
› Centripetal Force
› Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
› Keeping the International Space Station in Orbit

To watch captioned versions of NASA eClips™ videos, go to the grade-level sections of the NASA eClips™ website.

NASA Launchpad NASA eClips™ -- Launchpad
Watch these videos for grades 9-12.
› Newton's Laws on Board the International Space Station
› Surface Tension on Board the International Space Station
› The Lighter Side

To watch captioned versions of NASA eClips™ videos, go to the grade-level sections of the NASA eClips™ website.

Games

Planets revolving behind Astro-Matic 3000 Astro-Matic 3000
"Astro-Matic 3000" can tell your age and weight on different planets and moons.


Cartoon image of Buzz Lightyear holding a spinning top on the tip of his finger beside a box with the words Toys in Space Buzz Lightyear -- Toys in Space
Follow Buzz to learn how different toys behave in space. First, make a guess about how each toy will behave in microgravity, and then check out a short movie to see if you are right.

Simulations

A ping pong ball sits on a ping pong paddle resting on a table Gravity Assist Simulator  →
Explore gravity assist maneuvers by navigating through the simulator's four parts:
(1) Elastic Collisions -- Introduction,
(2) Stationary Planet -- Flyby Basics,
(3) New Horizons Mission -- Jupiter Gravity Assist, and
(4) Messenger Mission -- Venus Gravity Assist.


Game face showing Earth with a cannon sitting on the North Pole Shoot a Cannon Ball Into Orbit!  →
Load the cannon with gunpowder and then press FIRE!

Page Last Updated: October 16th, 2014
Page Editor: Sandra May