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Activities recommended for: kids 8+, teens and adults

How Gravity Works Learn about mass, gravitational lensing, and escape velocity.

Our Place in the Universe Learn how to measure scale and distances in the universe.

How Astronauts Live in Space Learn how astronauts bring food, air, and water with them when they blast off from Earth.

Black Holes Learn about the history of black holes, and current scientific discoveries.

How Tides Work Learn how the Moon, Sun, Earth, and gravity influence tides.

The Solstice Learn more about the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.

Rockets Learn more about rockets and Newton's third law of motion.

Asteroids Learn more about how we search for asteroids, future impacts and more!

The Future of Rockets Learn more about the different kinds of rockets and their purposes.

The Moon Learn more about observing the Moon and future missions.

Mars Learn more about future missions to Mars.

Light Learn more about “light” - from radio waves and microwaves, x-rays, gamma rays and visible light.

Light Pollution Learn how too much light can negatively affect human health, ecosystems, and makes it difficult to enjoy the beauty of the night sky.

The Perseid Meteor Shower Learn about meteors and comets, viewing tips and more!

Gas Giants Learn about the giants in our solar system -  Jupiter and Saturn.

Neutron Stars Learn about the life of a Neutron Star.

Exoplanets Learn more about planets outside of our home planetary system.

Dark Matter Learn more about matter we can't see in the electromagnetic spectrum.

Gravitational Waves Learn why and how these ripples are detected by scientists here on Earth.

Cosmology Learn about the branch of astronomy concerned with the scientific study of the origin and evolution of the universe.

Our Solar System Learn whether our solar system is unique or not.

Mars: Planet of Robots Learn about the latest missions to Mars

Seeing the Universe Through Math Learn how numbers, symbols, and equations are used to translate what we see, into a language that we can understand (and quantify).