For Educators

NASA eClips

NASA eClips™ are short, relevant educational video segments. These videos inspire and engage students, helping them see real world connections. New video segments are produced weekly exploring current applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, topics. Browse the e-Clips here.

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Museum in a Box

These lessons are great for educators at museums, science centers and schools, Museum in a Box provides exciting hands-on/minds-on lessons with an aeronautics theme to inspire future scientists, mathematicians and engineers. The lessons are tied to all national science and math standards. Find them here.

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Spacebots

During this event, students will learn how NASA uses robotics technology to a great extent in its exploration of space. Participants will learn how NASA defines robotics, see how robotic systems are already widely used in the space program, and discover what plans there are for future robotic applications. Students will also have the opportunity […]

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Microgravity Education Image Gallery

Check out NASA’s microgravity photos! The gallery has images and explanations of the effects of microgravity. The site also includes lesson plans and opportunities for students. Browse this gallery here.

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Do-it-Yourself Podcast

Are you looking for a new approach to engage students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics? NASA’s Do-It-Yourself Podcast activity sets the stage for students to host a show that features astronauts doing experiments on the International Space Station or NASA experts explaining scientific concepts. Find the podcast activity here.

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Space Launch System (SLS) Fact Sheet

The Space Launch System, or SLS, is an advanced, heavy-lift launch vehicle that will provide an entirely new capability for science and human exploration beyond Earth’s orbit. SLS will carry Orion, as well as important cargo, equipment and science experiments, to deep space. The fact sheet can be found here.

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