Tour the universe and find out a bit about the history of the universe.
Resource for kids and space enthusiasts who are interested in meeting and learning about NASA people and the national space program.
Tables of daily sunrise and sunset times in the Arctic. Learn about the Land of the Midnight Sun, Solstices, and Equinoxes.
Contains a few brain teasers such as what keeps a satellite in orbit to why meteors burn up in the atmosphere and space shuttles and rockets don't.
Daytime astronomy for elementary and middle school students.
The site is authored by Carolyn Collins Petersen, an accomplished astronomy writer and part-time Hubble researcher. Carolyn takes viewers to "The Planetarium Show That Never Ends," where various heavenly bodies are displayed and described in non-scientific but informative and inspiring ways.
Provides a listing of the constellations, maps, and the myths associated with them.
Featured articles about the moon, sun, and planets, along with meteors, asteroids, and comets.
Offers an online coloring book, ask a scientist, FAQs, background on El Niño, and other links.
The animated adventure engages children in a story-based scenario that emphasizes concepts of remote sensing. Children are taught how NASA scientists use satellite imagery to better understand Earth's environmental changes.