Bring NASA Missions Into Your Classroom
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Start the school year off with NASA educational resources. Credit: NASA

Space Shuttle Mission Education Resource Pages (All grades) -- A resource page linking to materials for educators and students is posted for every shuttle mission. The page offers information about the crew, an overview of the mission, interactive games and links to NASA educational materials.

Teaching From Space (All grades) -- Teaching From Space uses the unique environment of human spaceflight to facilitate education opportunities that support science, mathematics, engineering, and technology instructional materials through in-orbit education downlinks, demonstration activities and payloads.

NASA Space Place (Grades K-6) -- Educational games, projects and amazing facts make space and Earth science and technology enjoyable for young students and their teachers.
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Name of Event: Hubble Space Telescope Webcast
Date: Sept. 10, 2009, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EDT
Location: Live broadcast/webcast
Intended Audience: Students/Educators/Everyone
Event Agenda:Join NASA scientists and astronauts as they talk about the new Hubble Space Telescope images of the universe.
URL: http://www.nasa.gov/education/dln

Name of Event: LCROSS Impact
Date: Oct. 9, 2009
Location: Live broadcast/webcast from the moon and NASA's Ames Research Center
Intended Audience: Students/Educators/Everyone
Contact Info: Brian Day, 650-604-6298, brian.h.day@nasa.gov

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