Students play real-world scientists in seven investigations as they search for life in the solar system or probe the mysteries of Pluto.
Grades 5-7Astronomy Village: Investigating the Universe®
Students explore the latest in interstellar happenings through 10 multimedia investigations.
At a simulated lunar research facility, learners design and test a plant-based, self-contained life-support system that can sustain a crew of six for three years.
Does extraterrestrial life exist? Students try to answer that question as they learn contemporary astrobiology in virtual journeys reflecting past and future NASA missions.
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Students tackle real-world environmental dilemmas in 25 award-winning modules and activities, ranging from the shrinking habitat of Rwandan gorillas to disappearing rain forests.
International Space Station Challenge
Learners experience space station design, construction, and research through hands-on and computer-based simulations. A newsletter covers the latest happenings. (More Activities)
An air show and fireworks display are planned. Will the weather cooperate? You'll be the meteorologist who makes the call.
Lewis and Clark: Exploring the Possibilities
Make history come alive with this interactive simulation that takes you on the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery. An artifact barrel, technology enhanced learning, videoconferencing and more.
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