Teaching Space With NASA Live Stream – Monitoring Earth f...
In this one-hour educational live stream, NASA experts will discuss how we build spacecraft to study climate change and its impacts.
NASA may be well known for exploring Mars and worlds beyond, but d...[Read More]
NASA released new global surface temperature data in mid-January, confirming that last year was the hottest ever recorded — for the third year in a row. Sea ice was also at the lowest levels ever me...[Read More]
Learn about NASA remote learning tools and services with guest speakers Matthew Pearce and Rosalba Giarratano of NASA Goddard Space Center as they show us how to work with NASA’s resources for remot...[Read More]
Developing Kentucky Research Expertise and Collaborations wi...
Director Suzanne Smith talks about the funding and educational opportunities in each of NASA's higher education programs in Kentucky: the NASA Kentucky Space Grant Consortium and EPSCoR Programs. Oppo...[Read More]
PolarConnect Event: Adeena Teres with the NASA Operation Ice...
PolarTREC teacher Adeena Teres and Project Manager John Woods discuss the 2017 Arctic campaign of Operation IceBridge over Greenland. This presentation was broadcast live from Kangerlussuaq, Greenland...[Read More]
A webinar that reviews the State of Connecticut legislative statutes regarding the teaching of Environmental Education. This also a summary of some of the free educational resources Connecticut teache...[Read More]
Teaching Space With NASA – Exploring Earth's Oceans an...
While many look to space as the ultimate frontier for discovery, mysteries still abound on our own planet, especially within Earth's oceans. In this one-hour education webinar, experts from NASA and t...[Read More]
NASA's 20-year time-lapse shows how Earth is changing
A stunning new NASA time-lapse video crams 20 years of Earth into just a few minutes. It is helping scientists learn a lot more about global warming and how the earth is changing. Chip Reid reports.
On our NASA site at: https://nasaeclips.arc.nasa.gov/playlists/launchpad?v=launchpad-nasas-history-of-winter-program
What can measuring the density of snow and diagramming snowflakes teach us about th...[Read More]
NASA Scientists present “Why Our Future Depends on the Arc...
A recording of our first-ever Zoom event! Dr. Steven Zornetzer and Dr. Tony Strawa, along with Dr. Leslie Field, provide insight into the importance of Arctic ice preservation and how the Earth's heat...[Read More]