Kids & Teens
- Have you ever thought about traveling beyond the Earth or discovering something new in the universe? Some people wonder so much about the Solar System and the Universe that they decide to make astronomy or space science a career. What could you study if you want to be a space scientist? Astronomy, astrobiology, cosmology, astrophysics, physics, chemistry, geology, engineering, and more...
- Whether you are interested in being a scientist, just want to learn more, or have a homework assignment, there are many places on the web to have fun and learn about space.
KIDS OF ALL AGES
NEW! SciGames.org A collection of web games on Mars, Space Weather, and the Search for Life Beyond Earth
NASA Kids Page
NASA Science Fun for Kids
NASA Space Place Live Talk Show for kids
NASA Solar System Exploration for Kids
Windows to the Universe
Amazing Space On-Line Explorations
Cool Cosmos - the Infrared Universe
Cool Cosmos en Espanol
NASA 21st Century Explorer
NASA Play and Learn activities
Jet Propulsion Lab Amateur Astronomy page and monthly What's Up videos (what's up in the sky right now)
Science Buddies site ideas and help for science fair projects and projects to do at home
Curious about Astronomy? ASK AN ASTRONOMER
The generous graduate students at Cornell University volunteer a considerable amount of time to answer submitted questions. They are NOT going to do your homework for you, or look up answers you can easily look up somewhere else. There is a lot of information on this site. Look at questions that have already been answered so you don't ask a question that has an answer posted. But, if you really get stuck, or there is something that puzzles you or that you wonder about you can send them a question. You'll usually get an answer within a few days, but tougher questions can take up to a few weeks to answer. The graduate students at Curious are volunteers, and their own homework and research takes up a lot of time!