NASA Science at Home

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Welcome to the Science page for #NASAatHome! We want to be sure that every student, educator and lifelong learner has access to the resources and inspiration of NASA to continue their studies or enrich their ongoing journey. Below you will find access to everything from formal lesson plans to amazing imagery and stories about how science and exploration are lifting our world. There will also be ongoing opportunities to chat and interact with scientists directly. We know there’s a community of space science enthusiasts worldwide, and we want to provide a place to connect and to share the discoveries that continue to unfold.

Please share your stories with us about what you’re learning and how you’re using digital resources to continue your education during this time. Use #NASAatHome. We look forward to hearing from you, and keep checking back often as we add new content to the page.

What's New

  • #BlackHoleFriday is coming! 
    • Curious Universe Podcast: Inside a Black Hole Don't let the name fool you: a black hole is anything but empty space. Black holes are some of the most extreme, bizarre and fascinating objects in the universe. Regina Caputo and Jeremy Schnittman describe what it might be like to go hunting for one.
  • Webinar for Rural Educators: Join Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellows Rachael Arens and Michael Guarraia from NASA on December 3rd for the monthly 3-D Thursdays series for rural educators. This webinar will offer educators a virtual workshop with NASA partners from GLOBE Observer and WGBH/PBS Learning Media. Educators will gain access to free NASA resources and learn new skills to bring engaging citizen science projects into their classroom. 
  • Color Your Universe!  What vibrant colors will you bring to these scenes of exploration? Download a new coloring page each week and share your work on our social media for a chance to be featured.
  • Sea level rise is beginning to creep up on the U.S. West Coast, while rising waters continue to transform life in regions including the southern and eastern coasts of the United States. These K-12 resources highlight the STEM-related careers of several of the scientists and engineers involved with the Sentinel 6 Michael Freilich Earth science satellite studying sea level rise, as well as the science behind the mission. Discover how we're #SeeingTheSeas
  • NASA Live Schedule
  • NASA TV Schedule
  • Gravity Assist Podcast Series (new episodes air on Fridays)
  • This Week @ NASA Video Series (new episodes air on Fridays)



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Meet Our People

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Yolanda Shea
Research Physical Scientist
Vishnu Reddy
Knicole Colon
Propulsion Engineer
Todd J. Barber


Other Languages

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GLOBE Materials
GLOBE materials have been translated into multiple languages. 
GLOBE Story Books
Translated into multiple languages, these books introduce young learners to concepts of Earth system science.
SpacePlace en Español
Earth and Space activities for kids.
GLOBE Observer App
Make environmental observations to help scientists studying Earth and the global environment.