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 our nationwide network of volunteers who share their excitement about the International Space Station with their students, peers, and communities!
Watch astronauts on the Space Station read children’s books and perform science demonstrations!
Middle and high school students compete for a chance to grow their crystals in microgravity onboard the ISS National Lab!
The ISS-Above makes it easy to check in with the Space Station every day in your home or classroom.
These student scientist designed an experiment aimed at protecting astronauts from potentially dangerous radiation while in space.
Science isn’t the only subject launching to the International Space Station (ISS) National Lab on SpaceX’s 17th commercial resupply services (CRS) mission.
Lucas Fonseca, a Brazilian space engineer, is on a mission to get more students interested in careers in the space industry
In a Scientific American "Observations" published recently, two members of the ISS National Lab Board of Directors discuss the power of the ISS as a tool for engaging today’s youth in science.
Space Station Explorers took part in the annual Bay Area Maker Faire, a showcase of invention and creativity that gathers together everyone from tech enthusiasts to educators to science clubs and students!
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Today’s Students Are Tomorrow’s Space ExplorersToday's students are tomorrow's space explorers! During the #NASASTEM Forward to the Moon Show on July 19 at 3 p.m. ET, watch students practice the launch of... ... See MoreSee Less
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