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Space To Learn

We’re launching learning to new heights with STEM resources that connect educators, students, parents and caregivers to the inspiring work at NASA.

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Play games and learn about NASA!

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Make, launch, teach, compete and learn. Find your favorite way to be part of the Artemis Mission.

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We offer internship opportunities across the United States – check us out online and find your place in space!

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Connecting Our NASA Network of Educators for Collaborating Together in STEM.

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Challenge and build student knowledge and skills by focusing on NASA’s mission goals, collaboration, and career pathways.

We Engage Students In NASA’s Mission

K-12 students can dig deeper into STEM topics and experience the thrill of exploration and discovery.

NASA makes vital investments in a diverse portfolio of learning opportunities and activities designed to reach as many U.S. students as possible – from kindergarten through graduate school. NASA seeks to build the next generation STEM workforce and broaden student participation to increase diversity, equity and inclusion in STEM fields.

For Kids and Students
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Connecting Students with NASA Missions

Students around the world are connecting via in-flight downlinks with astronauts aboard the space station for live question-and-answer sessions about living and working in space.

More About Downlinks about Connecting Students with NASA Missions
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