If you want to learn about NASA's human exploration and development of space, you must vist NASA's Human Spaceflight site. NASA continuously posts the latest information on shuttle launches and maintains current updates on the Space Shuttle missions. Great graphics and space shots! Includes sections on prior shuttle launches, the international space station, and space history.
NASA Information Services
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Homepage is the world's most comprehensive web site that deals with space and space exploration. Beware: This site is extensive and you can find yourself spending many hours in awe looking at space photos and learning about the many famous NASA missions. This site has some of the most impressive graphics and quicktime movies on the web!
The Nine Planets
The Nine Planets is a multimedia tour of the solar system. This web site is a virtual essay about our solar system with text, pictures, sounds and an occasional movie. The planets and major moons in our solar system are briefly described and illustrated with fantastic pictures from NASA spacecraft.
The Galileo space probe has its own home page! It documents the exploration of Jupiter. The pictures are spectacular!
Hubble Space Telescope
Hubble Space Telescope and Space Telescope Science Institute gives access to the latest images from space.
Research Experiments (MICREX) Database
NASA's MICREX datatbase has descriptions of experiments run in space. It's a good start for research projects.
Welcome to the Planets
Welcome to the Planets is an outstanding resource for teachers wishing to incorporate planetary studies into their curriculum. This website includes color pictures of the planets and access to information on their masses, densities, revolution and rotation periods, mean temperatures, atmospheric components, etc. Also, there are color pictures of space exploreration vehicles with information on their structures, assemblies, orbiting information, and dates of deployments. This website also includes a glossary of terms and a listing of mirror sites.
Mars Pathfinder Mission
This great web site offers a variety of choices to access Mars Pathfinder Mission information. This site not only has various pictures from various views, but it also gives great explanations on all the space exploration trips done by missions here in the United States and overseas. If you want to study Mars' atmospheric temperature, then you will want to check out this web site. Live videos and audios are included.
Views/Pathfinder Arrives at Mars
This web site is great for grades 6-12 teachers and students! Included at this site are a quiz with great pictures, a teacher's tour guide, and information from CNN. Use this web site to see if there is life or water on mars. Also, take a look to see comet Hale-Bopp through many links and images.
Mullard Space Science
This is a great web site rom the University College in London for grades 9-12 teachers and students. Will you have a career day at your school? If so, this is a good site to visit about a career in space. This web site features: astro-physics, solar physics, plasma physics, climate physics, and detector physics.
Quest: NASA K-12 Internet
Live From Mars
NASA's Image Access Home Page
Spacelink - An Aeronautics
& Space Resource for Education
The National Association
of Space Simulating Educators
NASA's Learning Technology
NASA Classroom of the Future
Liftoff to Space Exploration
Spacelink Microgravity Teachers Guide 6-12
Microgravity Science Research Space Shuttle Missions Lithograph Series
Science Research Discipline Lithograph Series
NASA Space Life Science
NeurOn - Neurolab
Ulysses Mission to
Imagine the Universe!
MAP - Microwave Anisotropy
NASA's Origins Program
Amazing Space Web-Based
Who's Out There? A SETI
Windows to the Universe
K12 Space Science Site
SOHO: The Solar and