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NASA At Home Resources
Let NASA bring the universe into your home! This website includes a repository of E-books, activities for families, virtual tours & VR, podcasts and videos.
Story Time From Space
Watch astronauts on the Space Station read children’s books and perform science demonstrations! Story Time From Space offers a delightful combination of science, literacy, and entertainment through its library of free, family-friendly videos. Together with NASA and the ISS U.S. National Laboratory, Story Time From Space arms parents, formal and informal educators with the necessary materials and knowledge to teach fun, accurate STEM lessons.
Artemis Program – Outreach Resources
As always, you will find the latest Artemis resources in the Artemis Program- Outreach Resources Dropbox folder. For my NASA friends, this dropbox folder is separate from the agency’s Artemis Brand Resources and includes additional resources with informal educators, museums, science centers and planetariums in mind.
NASA astronaut Anne McClain spent 204 days living on the International Space Station and shares her tips for living in close quarters with only a few other people. She shares what human behaviors create a healthy culture for living and working remotely in small groups. Read her advice at:https://www.nasa.gov/feature/an-astronaut-s-tips-for-living-in-space-or-anywhere Learn more about how NASA helps prepare astronauts for the social isolation they will experience: https://www.nasa.gov/hrp/social-isolation
NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station. Got a question or comment? Use#AskNASA to talk to us.
Check out the latest progress! Across America and in Europe, teams are building, moving, and testing the spacecraft, rocket, and launch systems that will send humans to deep space destinations through the Artemis Program.
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One thing astronauts have to be good at: living in confined spaces for long periods of time. Here are some tips for all who find yourself in a similar scenario.
Want to #BeAnAstronaut, but don’t know where to start? Here are some ways you can kick-start your journey! Since the first Artemis class of astronauts graduated on Jan. 10, NASA announced that it will accept applications for a new astronaut class from March 2nd to 31st. Even if you don’t qualify to #BeAnAstronaut — yet — within NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement, or OSTEM, there are ways to get involved with NASA’s missions. Check out the top 10 ways to #BeAnAstronaut:
NASA has selected SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, as the first U.S. commercial provider under the Gateway Logistics Services contract to deliver cargo, experiments and other supplies to the agency’s Gateway in lunar orbit. The award is a significant step forward for NASA’s Artemis program that will land the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024 and build a sustainable human lunar presence.
As NASA pushes the frontiers of science and human exploration, the agency also advances technology to modernize life on Earth, including drones, self-driving cars and other innovations. NASA’s diverse missions spur the creation and improvement of thousands of new products that make life better for people around the world. Dozens of the latest examples are featured in the newest edition of NASA’s Spinoff publication, including several examples illustrating how NASA is working to shape the coming revolution of autonomous vehicles on the roads and in the air.