Watching his team's experiment launch to the ISS sparked this 8th grader's love of aerospace engineering.
13-year-old Payton Kelly-Van Domelen describes how she got to design a crystallization experiment and watch it launch to the ISS!
January 11, 2018 My name is Bryce Hilliard. I am a 7th grader at Farmwell Station Elementary School in…
Space Station Explorers offers many ways to bring the excitement of space into the classroom.
The ISS has cameras and instruments that collect unique and useful data about Earth and space.
Meet a team of middle schoolers who just sent an experiment to the ISS!
Learn about plant research on the Space Station and grow a classroom garden with space-flown tomato seeds!
An exciting opportunity for students to talk directly with astronauts on the International Space Station!
One student team from each community sends an experiment to the ISS!
Work alongside astronauts and design experiments for the ISS!
Bringing space to your classroom and your classroom to space!
Investigate plants in parallel with real experiments onboard the ISS!
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The latest #STEMonstration from NASA JSC Education explores water filtration on the International Space Station. Did you know that the water from astronauts' urine, sweat, and exhaled breath is captured and filtered for reuse? Whether that makes you say "Wow" or "Ewww," it's fascinating to learn how it works!
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