Primary Color:
Primary Text:
Secondary Color:
Secondary Text:
Tertiary Color:
Tertiary Text:
Color Picker
Module Title
Module Title

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Ut non turpis a nisi pretium rutrum. Nullam congue, lectus a aliquam pretium, sem urna tempus justo, malesuada consequat nunc diam vel justo. In faucibus elit at purus. Suspendisse dapibus lorem. Curabitur luctus mauris.

Module Title
Module Title

Select a predefined style from the drop-down or choose your own colors via the handy mooRainbow based color-chooser. When you are satisfied with your selection, click the "Apply Colors" button below to store your selection in a cookie.

Apply Colors

NASA Earth Observatory


Facebook_icon_64 Twitter-icon_64


STELLAR Award Entry Form


How is your school responding to the new science education framework?

NASATalk Community

We have 1575 guests online

Translate this page

Welcome to NASATalk


The NASATalk Project has ended and is no longer funded. This site is for archival purposes only and will not be updated.

 NASATalk logo

NASATalk promotes NASA initiatives to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.  NASATalk collaboratives and blogs highlight STEM opportunities available through AESP, DLN, NES, and ePDN projects. We hope that NASATalk inspires you to explore NASA resources, share ideas, join collaboratives, and post your comments. Educators can organize their own online collaborative and publish their own blog on NASATalk.  Read More...

  • Error loading feed data.
NASA, You Were Missed! PDF Print E-mail

Among the many news stories about the government shutdown was an interesting side story by CNN, which highlighted their list of the top nine government-funded resources they’re most happy to welcome back.  While millions of Americans were frustrated by the 16-day government shutdown, NASA Space Exploration websites, images, and social media updates were among the list of nine things CNN readers greatly missed and are glad to welcome back.  NASATalk welcomes NASA media’s return with these space exploration news stories and education opportunities.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013
, Kayla Lechler, NASA Intern, and Becky Kamas, Teaching From Space Education Specialist, invite all educators to join NASA for an exciting webcast that features the new Exploration Design Challenge and opportunity to launch your students' names into space! The goal of the Exploration Design Challenge is for students to research and design ways to protect astronauts from space radiation as we travel beyond Earth orbit. Protecting astronauts from radiation on these distant travels is an important and very real problem that needs solving. NASA would like your help!

Web Cast Times: 1 to 2 PM & 4 to 5 PM (EST). Click arrow to view this DLN broadcast.
dln banner2

northern lights iss 20131009  First, this photo features from the International Space Station…
Northern Lights Viewed From the International Space Station 
Astronaut Mike Hopkins, aboard the International Space Station,
shared this picture of the northern lights on Oct. 9, 2013, saying
"The pic doesn't do the northern lights justice. Covered the whole sky.
Truly amazing!" See and
Image credit: NASA
 saturn20131017 Looking Down on Saturn...
A Recent Photo Feature on NASA Image of the Day
Above Saturn 
This mosaic image obtained by NASA's Cassini spacecraft...awesome!
See and
Image credit: NASA
 Fitchburg-MA Announcing the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP)
Don't delay in helping student teams from your school participate
in this one-of-a-kind program.
Image credit: SSEP
 GRAV Tombstone 205x305 1 NASA technology and space exploration are featured in the new Hollywood movie,
Gravity 3D
A NASATalk review of the movie recommends...
Image credit: Warner Bros. IMAX 3D
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 3 of 88

Recent Blog Posts


NASA Mission Patches

RSS- Click to Subscribe


© 2011 by Wheeling Jesuit University/ Center for Educational Technologies® 316 Washington Ave., Wheeling WV, 26003-6243. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy and Terms of Use

Contact Us

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for further enhancing the user experience of this site, contact us at