Below are links to pages on both Cosmology and Space and on NASA’s websites with more information to understanding the Universe, including artwork and videos, along with special features and future missions:

NASA-JPL Education & Projects (New 1/20/2019)

NASA-JPL’s Education webpages have something for everyone, whether you want to learn, teach, keep up with current, future and proposed missions, or even how to become an intern.

  • Learn – Launch rockets, build robots, explore your world and beyond! JPL’s projects, toolkit and contests will take you into space without ever leaving Earth.
  • Teach – Bring the wonder of space to your students. Explore our universe of science, technology, engineering and math activities and resources.
  • Events – Find out when and how to watch eclipses, projects and workshops for students (K-12, college post graduate), teachers, the general public, universities, planetariums, this calendar is updated constantly, so be sure to bookmark it so you can check it often.
  • Interns – Discover exciting internships and research opportunities at the leading center for robotic exploration of the solar system. Join leaders in space exploration as interns partner with world-renowned scientists and engineers on some of the most important research and space missions exploring Earth, Mars, the outer solar system and worlds beyond.
  • Share – Become part of the community and join the conversation with NASA/JPL Edu. Choose a theme, view the conversation and share your comments and photos!
Checkout the amazing opportunities available to everyone. While some events are for grammar to high school students, many are also available to the public, teachers, scientist (citizen, doctoral and professionals), and parents.

NASA STEM Engagement (New 1/20/2019)

NASA’s journeys have propelled technological breakthroughs, pushed the frontiers of scientific research, and expanded our understanding of the universe. These accomplishments, and those to come, share a common genesis: education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).

In NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement, we deliver tools for young Americans and educators to learn and succeed. We seek to:

  • Create unique opportunities for students and the public to contribute to NASA’s work in exploration and discovery.
  • Build a diverse future STEM workforce by engaging students in authentic learning experiences with NASA people, content, and facilities.
  • Strengthen public understanding by enabling powerful connections to NASA’s mission and work.
This link will open a new tab and takes you directly to NASA’s STEM Education website page. While this is geared towards students K-12, everyone will find exciting news, projects and information.

NASA Factsheets
Each NASA center creates and updates Fact Sheets covering its mission, facilities and projects. Click on a center’s name to go its Fact Sheet index.

Mobile Apps – Connect and Collaborate With NASA Projects
Below is a comprehensive list of both NASA’s main or featured Apps available for mobile users. Along with the featured apps, NASA also has numerous apps for everything from other facilities to current space exploration projects, live views of the Sun and Mars rover. Podcasts, e-Books, RSS Feeds, and archives of various topics.

NASA Media Usage Guidelines (Link directly to NASA)
As a government entity, NASA does not license the use of NASA materials or sign licensing agreements. The agency generally has no objection to the reproduction and use of these materials (audio transmissions and recordings; video transmissions and recording; or still and motion picture photography), subject to the following conditions (check page for full website for the complete list, projects includes photos, illustrations, documents, educational and feature films (fction & non-fiction), logos, etc. to name a few items availableq q):

NASA material is not protected by copyright unless noted. If copyrighted, permission should be obtained from the copyright owner prior to use. If not copyrighted, NASA material may be reproduced and distributed without further permission from NASA.

Some NASA audiovisual material may incorporate music or footage, which is copyrighted and licensed for the particular NASA work. Any editing or otherwise altering of the work may not be covered under the original license, and therefore would require permission of the copyright owner.

NASA material may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA or by any NASA employee of a commercial product, service, or activity, or used in any manner that might mislead. Please see NASA Advertising Guidelines and Merchandising Guidelines for more information.

NASA does not permit shooting of promotional content such as television spots, commercials, etc. at NASA facilities. In some cases, filming can take place at an outside NASA visitor Center which is run by a commercial entity. Please refer to Advertising Guidelines for more information. For more information, please contact Bert Ulrich at

NASA RSS Feeds (Links)
This page contains the links to most of NASA’s RSS Feeds. It is an easy way to keep up with your favorite NASA news and information. An RSS feed contains headlines, summaries and links to full content on NASA’s websites. We keep this page updated as often as we can, but here is where you can find the news that does not make it in “Space News.”


Last updated: January 20, 2019 at 7:15 pm