Sites relevant to K-12 students seeking good sites to learn more about astronauts, the solar system, and many more space topics-- sites that are not too scientifically technical for pre-college age users, sites that K-12 students and teachers will access as relevant for K-12 classroom and non-classroom use. Sites related to data collection by space probes or space telescopes, without which space exploration is impossible.
A space learning portal dedicated to advancing space knowledge.
Programs, books, and videos teaching about space flight, personal motivation and teamwork.
US association to promote Space education, established by Mercury 7 astronauts. Overview of astronaut members with biographies, information on engaging astronaut speakers, activities, and on the scholarship program.
Alexandria, VA. Teaching resources and information about field trips to the center.
Features a collection of educational electronic picture books and other tutorials offered by the Space Telescope Science Institute.
Features an easy to use high school level introduction to the basics of spaceflight.
Personal pages of a Brazilian student study group on space technology.
How NASA is preparing a new breed of robotic astronauts to perform some of the more difficult tasks in space.
Online science and space science encyclopaedia, including Hubble telescope photos, satellite images of the Earth, and additional guides for teachers.
ISU is a educational organization in France providing courses in space technology internationally. Site provides extensive course programme info and overview of the school.
Student designed experiment aboard the International Space Station. Students can monitor their payload and compare it to their own ground based control.
Offers lecture notes by the University of Wisconsin from space project courses. Subjects include lunar mining and nuclear power in space.
Construct-it-yourself model communication satellites for educational and professional use.
Consists of understanding how you do work in space; with people, with robots and how the two work together.
Interactive educational tool featuring a virtual tour of the galaxy, biographies of famous astronomers, introduction to basic concepts and teacher tips.
Provides organizational and scholarship information by a university association devoted to space exploration and technology.
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