NASA eClips™

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Use these educational video segments to inspire and engage students.

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Do-It-Yourself Podcasts

DIY Podcast

Create your own podcast with NASA video and audio clips.

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NASA Student Ambassadors

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NASA has inducted more than 80 high-performing interns into a new virtual community.

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    Geometry Series

    Geometry is a course in which students learn to use mathematics as a way to describe and explain attributes of our physical world and is, therefore, a natural setting for practical applications. The Applications in Geometry Series offers opportunities to learn the mathematics of deductive and spatial reasoning and to make algebraic connections to the geometric figures that they study.


  • The NBL Pool

    The NBL Pool

    Students will use geometry to compare and contrast the dimensions of the NBL pool, the International Space Station, and a football field.

  • Oh Chute!

    Oh Chute!

    Students will create a table, using scale factor, showing the actual dimensions and the scale models dimensions of several structural pieces of the Capsule Parachute Assembly System structure.

  • It All Comes Full Circle

    It All Comes Full Circle

    Students will use circle properties to predict and monitor the International Space Station and the space shuttle's positions for docking.

  • An Astronaut in Motion

    An Astronaut in Motion

    Students will investigate how NASA researchers simulate an astronaut’s movement in a space suit by creating an avatar and applying transformation principles.

  • Next Generation Spacecraft

    Next Generation Spacecraft

    Algebra 1, Geometry
    Students will decompose the cross section of a Crew Module into smaller shapes to estimate its area.

  • Lunar Rover

    Lunar Rover

    Algebra 1, Geometry
    Students will apply the distance formula and the Pythagorean Theorem to determine the minimal path and minimal time for the Lunar Rover to perform tasks on the surface of the Moon.

Career Profiles

  • Co-op student standing in front of a space shuttle

    So You Want to Work for NASA...

    This resource page provides information about some of the careers NASA has to offer and the opportunities available for students.

Exploration Interactives