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Learn more about The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which is responsible for the civilian space program as well as aeronautics and aerospace research.
Read these biographies of astronauts and the planets and galaxies they have explored.
From NASA. Images of our planet that can be searched by satellite, region, state, and more. For grades 4 and up.
Games, projects, amazing facts, and more brought to you from NASA. For grades 3 and up.
A kids' page from NASA. Build your own models, submit pictures for the art gallery, watch videos and more. For 2nd grade and up.
A history of astronauts and their biographies from NASA. For grades 4 and up.
From the National Air and Space Museum. Explore comets, compare planets, take a trip on the Voyager and more! For grades 4 and up.
A website for kids from the European Space Academy. Includes information about space, earth, and other cool facts about our universe. For grades 4 and up.
From the Space Telescope Science Institute. Pretend you're an astronaut, play games, and more. For grades 4 and up.
The void that exists between celestial bodies is vast. How many rings does Saturn have? Where did galaxies come from? What is Dark Matter? How do astronauts travel through space? Where does science fiction end and science fact begin?…