NASA Wavelength Resources Collection

NASA Wavelength is a collection of resources that incorporate NASA content and have been subject to peer review. You can search this collection using key words and/or the drop down menus to pinpoint resources to use with your audience of learners. will add to ticket
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Seeing Magnetism

This is lesson to begin learners' thinking about magnetic influence. Learners will watch a classroom demonstration about the effect of magnets on iron filings and then complete a journal assignment to record their reactions and thoughts.

GRIDVIEW Guide

This guide is for free IDL compatible software that integrates with NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) data, allowing the user to manipulate data images from the LOLA tool aboard LRO.

The Lunar Disk

This activity is about the kinds of rocks on the Moon. Learners will carefully look at, describe, and learn about the origins of the six lunar samples contained in the disk.

The MMS Big Data Book: Where Data and Magnetosphere Come Together

Designed to help students learn about NASA's missions currently studying the sun and its effects on Earth, this second of two storybooks in the series focuses on the importance of collaboration in data acquisition and analysis.

GPM Information Lithograph

This lithograph features an image of the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) satellite. The back provides an overview of the mission and an explanation of how it builds on the work of the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM).

Lunar Landing Sites

Learners will design a spacecraft, choose a suitable lunar landing site, and present their ideas before the entire class using visual aides such as maps, diagrams, and 3-dimensional models.

S'COOL Bookmarks

Bookmarks featuring the S'COOL project - Student Cloud Observations On-Line - are presented here in both teacher's and student's versions.

The Space Place

This website features a range of interactive games, hands-on projects and fun facts about Earth, the Sun, our Solar System and Space.

SciJinks: Ask a Weatherman

This video includes a question and answer format interview with weatherman Topper Shutt. Questions are included from citizens on the street, focusing on data origins and forecasting approaches.

Mars Lithograph

This lithograph shows an image of Mars on the front, with informational text on the back about how the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has been used to study Mars weather. HST took this image on March 30, 1997, just as it was making a close pass to Earth some 60 million miles (100 million km) away.

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