Why is Mars Red?
Why is Mars red? 🔴 Katie finds out more about the Red Planet, discovers why we look at space in black and white and uses a special camera to see herself in Infrared. #Mars #Red #Colour
Why are some Spacesuits Orange?
Why are some spacesuits orange? 👩🚀 How can colour tell us where something is and what something is? Katie finds out as she explores the National Space Centre's spacesuit collection and takes part in some experiments you can try at home, involving Universal Indicator and red cabbage. #Colour #Orange #Spacesuits
Why are Rockets White?
Why are rockets white? 🚀 As we look at the science of colour, join Katie to discover why rockets are white and how we see colour. #Colour #Space #Rockets
What Is a Nebula?
Nebulae are far away from Earth. We know what they look like because scientists use powerful telescopes to capture images of them. A nebula can take many different forms and shapes, but where did these stunning dust clouds come from? Learn more at
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How Big Is Mars?
What's the smallest planet? Is it Mars? NOPE! How big is Mars compared to Earth? How many Mars could fit in Earth?!? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinjdebruin/
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I♥Pluto Festival 2021 | Kids Can Explore Planets, Too!
In learning about solar system exploration, we learn about the exploration done by adults. In this session, join Jeff, the creator of Zack and Zoey Adventures, as he transforms solar system exploration into fun activities for kids and families - at home and in your neighborhood. Jeff Gonyea created Zack and Zoey Adventures to assist and grow the Space and STEM learning of his then 6-year -old daughter who loves space. Now 9, Zoey still wants to be an astronaut and together, Jeff and Zoey have gone beyond their children's books to create an entire Space & STEM brand for kids which includes books, STEM to Bloom magazine, running an observatory and STEM-themed virtual and in-person events, like this one. One of the highlights of our brand is the issue of STEM to Bloom we created in partnership with Lowell Observatory all about Pluto!
Spaced Out! Episode 10: ARAV - Lunar Surface Explorer
An 8 year old boy in Malaysia contacted me about his photography and videos of the lunar surface. The most interesting discoveries made by him and his father were the structures on the moon, images suggesting mining on the moon where they believe an entire civilisation exists there that perhaps hasn't yet been revealed to us. Watch until the end. You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Don't forget to subscribe, comment, rate and review 🙂 Thanks!
Would Living on the Moon Suck? - Dear Blocko #31
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Color With NASA: Mars Helicopter ft. Robotics Technologist Teddy Tzanetos
Color the Mars helicopter with robotics technologist Teddy Tzanetos from the Mars helicopter team! Mars helicopter coloring page:
https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/coloring-pages The Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity, is a technology demonstration to test powered flight on another world for the first time. It is hitching a ride on the Perseverance rover. A series of flight tests will be performed over a 30-Martian-day experimental window that will begin sometime in the spring of 2021. Other fun NASA coloring pages:
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Lucy's Journey: Episode 1
Episode 1: Launch. Meet Lucy as she prepares for the first ever journey to the Trojan asteroids, a population of primitive small bodies orbiting in tandem with Jupiter. Music is "Fizzy and Witty" by Fabien Langard and Philippe Villar and "Lost in Space" by Arch Bacon from Universal Production Music Video credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center James Tralie (ADNET):
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How To Make Your Own Falcon 9 Straw Rocket
Would you like to learn how to make your own Flacon 9 straw rocket to launch in your home? Watch this tutorial to learn how. All you will need is paper, markers, scissors, tape, yarn or ribbon (optional) and a straw. Don't miss four astronauts launching to the International Space Station from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on this very rocket Nov. 14! Feeling excited about the next #LaunchAmerica mission ? From building your own rocket to binge-watching launch videos, share a video, a photo or simply your thoughts using #LaunchAmerica for a chance to be featured on NASA TV or our social media platforms. Details: https://www.nasa.gov/nasa-invites-you-to-launchamerica
What Is the Sun Made Of? | Dr. Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin
Have you ever wondered what the sun is made of? Dr. Cecilia Payne-Gaposhkin wondered that, too, and she used science to figure out the answer! Find out how she did that and more about her amazing life and discoveries! Standards:
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How Far Away is Pluto?
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What Causes Sea Level Rise?
People have been measuring local sea level at certain locations along the coasts for hundreds of years. And NASA has been measuring the global sea level for almost three decades. Over this time, scientists have observed that the global sea level has been rising. The ocean is about 7 to 8 inches higher now than it was a century ago. Why? Because Earth is getting warmer. Learn more at
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The Largest Star in the Universe – Size Comparison
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Advice from an astronaut
ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano provides words of wisdom to young people on how investing their time wisely today can help build a better tomorrow. In this video, Luca recalls his own childhood and says, the most valuable resource we have as young people is time. He encourages the next generation to continue having fun, but to do so while investing in their own education as they plant the seed for a successful future. Success, Luca says, is not measured by being an astronaut or by being rich, but by committing to projects that give you satisfaction and contribute to a better world. If you choose something you love, and you love what you do, you will never work one day in your life. As an ESA astronaut of Italian nationality, Luca has served two six-month space missions on the International Space Station. During his last mission, known as Beyond, in 2019/2020 he became the third European and first ever Italian in command of the Space Station. Luca continues to work as an astronaut in Europe, inspiring the next generation of explorers, and supporting European efforts to enhance life on Earth and the future of space travel through human and robotic exploration. Watch Luca's message in Italian: https://youtu.be/NCzVHOfiPiU Follow Luca on: https://lucaparmitano.esa.int/ ★ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/ESAsubscribe and click twice on the bell button to receive our notifications. Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/SpaceInVideos
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'Choose something you love' - ESA astronaut gives advice to kids
ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano has some advice for children as they look to their future. [No Place Like Home: Astronaut Luca Parmitano Reminds Us How 'Precious' Earth Is](https://www.space.com/astronaut-luca-parmitano-climate-change-message.html) Credit: ESA
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Storytime Science for Kids: The Moon with Vivian Altmann
Join us for Storytime Science—a storybook read aloud followed by a simple related activity geared toward very young children. This month, Exploratorium staffer and children's literature aficionado Vivian Altmann will read Moon! Earth's Best Friend, by Stacy McAnulty, illustrated by Stevie Lewis. Even Earth needs a best friend, and that bestie is the moon! Earth and the moon do what best friends do—they stick together day and night. Then you'll learn to make your own Earth and moon spinning top. You'll need a CD, a marble, a small round bead, a hot glue dispenser, and a hot glue stick. Illustrations by Stevie Lewis
NASA Space Crafts: Mathematician on the Go in honor of Katherine Johnson
Katherine Johnson is known for being human computer and one of the original Hidden Figures at the National Advisory Committee, the precursor to NASA’s Langley Research Center. But she was so much more. As a pioneering NASA trailblazer, she laid the groundwork for humanity’s first flight to the Moon and beyond. In honor of her birthday 102 years ago this August, Langley is marking Johnson’s incredible life and accomplishments through its NASA Space Crafts coloring and activity series. To download the coloring and activity pages, go to https://go.nasa.gov/329dfEC.