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Museum Alliance Lands More Than 500 Partners

Museum Alliance Lands More Than 500 Partners

Offering a treasure trove of NASA resources to its museum, planetarium and science center partners since 2003, the Museum Alliance spreads the wonder of space and science far and wide.

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Museum Alliance

Museum Alliance

JPL's Informal Education Department has created this alliance to assure that museums, science centers, planetaria and other informal education organizations have ready access to news, image products, schedules and professional development for JPL's missions. Professionals at more than 500 organizations are currently partners in the Museum Alliance.

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Night Sky Network

Night Sky Network

Join this nationwide community and get one-stop planning resources for your astronomy events.

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Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau

NASA and JPL maintain speakers bureaus that educate the public about NASA and its missions by sending speakers out to various events. This page includes specific information about JPL speakers and has links to request a speaker from any NASA center.

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Cassini Virtual Tour of Saturn

Cassini Virtual Tour of Saturn

Take your students on a tour of Saturn and its moons with downloadable interactive that uses really data to show where the Cassini spacecraft is in the Saturn system.

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Astrobiology Educator Guide
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Astrobiology Educator Guide

Most students love to think about the search for life beyond Earth. This NASA educator guide allows students to use the same strategies used by astrobiologists.

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Mars and Earth Science Educator Guide
Recommended for After School Programs

Mars and Earth Science Educator Guide

What can we learn from images of other planets? Most of the activities in this NASA educator guide use images to explain how we study Mars and how we can study Earth with images taken from space.

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Requests for Astronaut Appearances

Requests for Astronaut Appearances

NASA astronauts appear before a variety of groups to inform the general public about the U.S. space program. Due to the demands on their schedule, many requests have to be turned down.

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Our Sun as a Star Educator Guide
Recommended for After School Programs

Our Sun as a Star Educator Guide

This NASA educator guide teaches concepts related to the sun. Each of the activities can be completed in about one hour.

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