Welcome to Space Projects and Info’s Space Education for K-12
The aim of the web site is to be your educational guide and help all space kids to learn about all the various aspects of Space.
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS NEWS
NASA’s next big mission: Osiris-Rex – asteroid sample return mission was launched on 8 September 2016.
Astronomers announced on 24 Aug 2016 the discovery of the closest possible Earth-like planet outside our solar system in the Proxima Centauri system.
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Topics covered include:
- the international space station
- space shuttle
- space rockets and spaceplanes: Space Launch System,
- space exploration
- space history and future: Neil Armstrong
- space films and tv shows: Star Trek Beyond
- Solar System: the planets, asteroids, comets, sun
- Books for Space Kids.
- Space Pictures: aurora, spacecraft, space shuttle.
If you want to test your Space Knowledge, then try our Space Quiz!
59 years in Space
2016 is the 59th year of spaceflight. Sputnik started it all. One month after the historic launch of Sputnik, the Soviet Union space program launched Sputnik 2 with the first living creature to travel in space, a dog named Laika. Space Dogs were the first living creatures to travel in outer space.
So much has been happened since 1957. Achievements include Apollo 11 moon landings with Neil Armstrong as the first man to walk on the moon. There have been various stations in orbit including Skylab, Mir and the latest one is the International Space Station which has visited by the Space Shuttle. In the future humans may return to the Moon, visit asteroids and onward to Mars and beyond.
Our Solar System consists of 8 planets, moons, asteroids, comets, meteoroids, minor planets, interplanetary dust and other objects. The Sun is closest star to Earth. The 8 planets are: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Asteroid Belt: Region located between the orbits of the planets Mars and Jupiter. Kuiper Belt includes Pluto. Oort Cloud is further out.
For your info
Great News: New Horizons the first mission to the explore Pluto and the Kuiper Belt and the mysterious worlds at the edge of our solar system is on its way.
Did you know?
Pluto is no longer officially a planet. It is now called a dwarf planet. Pluto was demoted by astronomers so there are now only eight planets.
GRAIL A & B spacecraft renamed “Ebb and Flow.” Congrats to Montana students at Emily Dickinson Elementary School!
Space Kids Links:
This section contains Space Links for Space Education for K-12.
- Astronomy For Kids – KidsAstronomy.com:
- Edu.Space: Education Resources:
- ESA Kids – ESA – Space for Kids:
- Galileo K-12 Educator’s Resources:
- JPL Education (NASA): STEM education activities and resources for teachers.
- Mars for Kids:
- NASA – Educators: for students and kids
- NASA | NASA for Kids: Intro to Engineering: Video
- NASA Kids’ Club | NASA:
- NASA Quest: Kids Corner:
- NASA | Sun for Kids: Video
- National Geographic Kids | Ten Facts About Space:
- Orion Activities and Coloring Sheets For Kids: NASA
- Space | Discovery Kids:
- Space for Kids – Free Games, Fun Facts, Cool Videos, Science Online:
- Space Kids: Space Picture Page:
- Space Sciences Printables, Activities, & Lessons (K-12):
- Space Station Kids!
- Space Travel Facts for Kids – Easy Science For Kids:
- Surfnetkids.com:Space for Kids:
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