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Space Education at NASA The National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, for short, is a leading force in the exploration of space and astronomy. See their website to learn about past discoveries and what they are doing today!
NASA's Education Resource Directory NASA's Education Resource Directory
NASA offers many great resources. One of them is their Science Education Resource Directory. Here you can search by grade level (K-5, 6-8, 9-12) and topic to find various references about space science, and much more!
Education at NASA Education at NASA
NASA has its own group focused on furthering space education. NASA offers many great programs for all ages, and has a great resource section for students and for educators. Feel free to check it out!

Other NASA References:

Jet Propulsion Laboratory - NASA and Caltech
Interested in satellites, robotic craft, or jet propulsion? Check out the Jet Propulsion Laboratory run by NASA and Caltech. Read about current satellite missions, see images and video, and much more!

NASA's Photo of the Day
NASA has been running a photo of the day service since June of 1995. Feel free to check out today's photo, or look at all of the past photos in their photo archive. Enjoy!

Goddard Space Flight Center
Goddard Space Flight Center is NASA's first Space Flight Center, and still plays a key role in NASA’s discoveries. See news about the Earth, Our Solar System, and much more. They also have an education page.

Mars for Educators
NASA and Arizona State University offer a program for educators about Mars. Mars for Educators offers teachers and students a lot of helpful information about Mars, including an activity book, helpful PDFs, and a bunch of reference links about Mars. Check it out!


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