The ISS National Lab education team is releasing a new Space Station Explorers Kit for students in grades 3–8 that includes hands-on space-themed activities that are engaging, use low-cost supplies, and align with national education standards for STEM.
Join the SciGirls to explore spaceflight, astronaut life, and science in weightlessness!
One student team is selected from each participating community to send an experiment to the ISS!
An exciting opportunity for students to talk directly with astronauts on the International Space Station!
Control a camera on the International Space Station to take photos of Earth!
Design a DNA experiment to go to the International Space Station!
Team up with space station scientists to interpret real data!
Young girls now have a new way to connect with science onboard the ISS through a video series called SciGirls® in Space!
Continuing with American Heart Month, here is another researcher who studies heart cells in microgravity with the goal of improving treatments on Earth.
February is American Heart Month. Meet one of the researchers who studies heart cells in space for the benefit of patients on Earth!
Enjoy some of the artwork and music inspired by the dramatic views of Earth from the space station's Cupola.
High school students launched self-healing concrete to the ISS in an innovative experiment.
Learn all about the student experiments that launched to the ISS on December 5, 2018!
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The Cub Scout Pack 3113 had an Space Station Explorers STEM lesson at Rock Springs.
This past weekend, the Cub Scouts of Central Florida Council Pack 3113 were on a camping trip at Camp Joy in Apopka, Florida where they had a great time tubing down Rock Springs.
The Cub Scouts took a break from the water to have a Space Station Explorers STEM lesson on distances between the Earth, the Moon, and the International Space Station! ... See MoreSee Less
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