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NASA's Z-1 spacesuit could be used for exploring the moon and Mars #infographic

Introducing NASA'S Future Spacesuit, the Z-1 (Infographic)

Infographic: Jupiter's moon Europa has a huge underground ocean.

Europa Report: Jupiter's Icy Moon Explained (Infographic)

#Astronomy: Once a stream flowed down the steep rim of Gale Crater and deposited rocks on the flat plain below, say JPL scientists.

Celebrate 15 years since the launch of the awesome Cassini probe by revelling in Saturn's rings #infographic

Pluto's weird features explained in infographic.

Pluto: A Dwarf Planet Oddity (Infographic)

The Universe: The Phases of the Moon

50 Years of Human Spaceflight

Spaceships of the World: 50 Years of Human Spaceflight


We got here with a computer less powerful than your cell phone.

From teacher at Region XIII (Texas) wkshp, Portal to the Universe. She used it to help kids see themselves INSIDE the earth-moon model for lunar phases.

Mars Mission Infographic

Mars Mission |

Early History of Satellites

OMG Space "With this project I wanted to communicate to people what we've managed to accomplish in space exploration in simple terms; I found that many people don't know much about the subject because of how it's typically communicated, with scientific and technical jargon. "

SILENT T - The Creative Portfolio of Margot Trudell

spacecraft index

Space Travel Then and Now Infographic

Who’s visiting who? This chart of solar system exploration shows every robotic space probe currently exploring (or about to explore) a major solar system object… except for the Earth and Sun of course, because there are way to many of those to show on one chart.

Space Garbage by NASA Orbital Debris Program: After decades of space exploration, there are now more than 500,000 pieces of artificial debris greater than half an inch in size. Fascinating!

Video for MIddle School: How Do Astronauts Sleep in Space? | CSA ISS Science HD Video - YouTube

How to Get to Mars. animation that's a virtual field trip to Mars! I thought many of you would appreciate seeing it. So, gather the kids 'round the computer to see the presentation that is sure to spark conversation, if not a desire for a career in the space science industry. There is some narration near the middle and end of this virtual Trip to Mars click schooling

Earth’s Place in the Universe Interactive Organizers contains everything you need to create interactive science notebooks for your astronomy unit. This 221 page resource is aligned to the Next Generation Middle School Earth and Space Science Standards, following sequentially down MS-ESS1. $