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Go on a NASA Virtual Field Trip.

Check out Smart Skies to learn more about math.

Read about extreme weather on other planets.


Interested in the Earth? Check out the "For Kids Only" Earth Science Enterprise site.

Check out the science resources for kids, parents, and teachers at

View images of humanoid robots from around the world.

Try the Way Out! Cosmic Trivia Quiz.


View historical NASA images from the Great Images in NASA site.

Watch new interactive features including "America in Space" and "50th Anniversary of the Space Age."

Think back on past NASA missions such as Apollo and Gemini.


Check out videos about the Phoenix mission.

Learn about the Phoenix Mars Mission from the main mission website.


Learn about adaptive robotics research at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL).

Take INL's Behavior-Based Robotics online tutorial.

Learn about Humanoid Robotics through INL's online tutorial.


Try some "Do-It-Yourself Science" activities.

Get active with the Exploratorium's "Hands-on Activities."

Check out these "Startlingly Fun Science" activities.


Learn about rockets and more at NASA's Beyond Rocketry site.

View amazing images from the Astronomy Picture of the Day.

Check out the Science Fun! website for games and activities.

Explore the solar system with NASA's interactive features.


Learn how JPL explores space and studies Earth on a virtual field trip.

Learn about the water cycle with Molecule Max.

View an interactive features on Titan: An Earthlike Alien.

Check out NASA's CSI video: Comet/Asteroid Scene Investigation.


Learn about the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO).

Check out the Astronaut Flight Lounge.

Sign up to customize your own MyNASA page.

Cast your vote in the Mars Exploration Rover photo contest.

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