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Martin Burrett

JPL Space Infographics - 2 views

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    "An amazing collection of inforgraphics from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory showing aspects of space and the missions to discover its secrets."
Vicki Davis

Free Technology for Teachers: Students Can Build and Launch Virtual Rockets on Rocket S... - 5 views

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    Fun! Students can build and launch virtual rockets on NASA's website. Very cool!
Vicki Davis

DLN - Webcast | NASA - 2 views

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    If you want to take the NASA Challenge - they are scheduling a webcast that will explain more about the challenge and how to do the radiation activity on October 18th, 2013 starting at 3:00 pm CT. This is the channel where it can be seen, so mark your calendars now and plan to see it.
Martin Burrett

NASA App - 5 views

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    Download the NASA app for Android, iPhone and iPad and view some of the best space resources out there. See an astro picture of the day and archive and browse a huge amount of information on a range of space topics. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
Martin Burrett

NASA - Station Spacewalk - 6 views

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    A breathtaking online space resource. Users explore the International Space Station from the outside in a realistic 3D space walk simulator. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
Martin Burrett

Eyes on the Earth - 8 views

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    Track satalites and the Internation Space Station, see visiual data about the Earth and so much more with this 3D Virtual Earth.
Martin Burrett

NASA Photojournal - 6 views

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    A good collection of images of the solar system and others space objects. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
Martin Burrett

NASA's Space Place - 7 views

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    A great NASA site where you can find over 100 resources to bring outer space into your classroom. Some of the resources are for your whiteboard, others can be downloaded and printed. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
David Wetzel

International Space Station: What Does the Future Hold? | Decoded Science - 2 views

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    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has closed the book on the Space Shuttle program, which begs the question: what is the focal point now for space exploration? Is there a still an ongoing role for the International Space Station's (ISS) to support NASA's space research and exploration?
Kelly Faulkner

NASA Timeline - 10 views

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    interactive timeline about space exploration
Fred Delventhal

Because It Flew - Home - 10 views

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    Free! Minimal preparation required For kids in school or on summer vacation Appropriate for ages 9-17 (grades 4-12) Engaging (even fun!) project for students STEM integrated with language arts Cash awards, remote mentoring session with professional graphic artist
Roland O'Daniel

NASA Images - 4 views

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    "NASA Images provides photos and video related to space exploration, aeronautics, and astronomy. Topics include the universe, solar system, earth, and astronauts. A space flight interactive timeline shows images and video from the 1959 launch of Explorer 1, the first spacecraft successfully launched by the U.S., to the Mars Rovers and International Space Station. (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)"
Dave Truss

Flickr: NASA on The Commons' Photostream - 17 views

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    Great historical photos from NASA that educators can use freely!
Anne Bubnic

5 Stellar Ways to Explore Space Using Social Media - 11 views

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    Here's a spaced-out selection of sites and social media resources that will have you reading the thoughts of astronauts, taking a virtual tour of the International Space Station, and viewing galaxies far, far away.
Julie Altmark

Sky Calls -- an astronomy alert service for home schools and public schools - 7 views

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     Sky Calls is a NASA-supported astronomy alert service that puts kids in touch with the sky-night and day.  Anyone with a telephone can participate. When there is an eclipse, an alignment of planets, a big solar flare, or a flyby of the International Space Station, the phone rings.  A voice message from NASA alerts students to the event and tells them how they can see or experience it.  Students with cell phones can choose to receive text messages instead of voice.  Of course, teachers can participate, too.
Bob Martin

The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth - 4 views

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    AWESOME! Nasa pics of earth taken by astronauts. Explicit instructions for use (free as long as you give credit). Download low res or request hi-res versions.
David Hilton

NASA Earth Observatory: Home - 11 views

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    Would be an excellent tool for teachers of geography.
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