Remembering Christa McAuliffe: A Source of Inspiration for Teachers

In 1986, the world was shocked by the tragic loss of the Space Shuttle Challenger and its crew, including Christa McAuliffe, the first teacher to be selected to go to space. McAuliffe was a social studies teacher from New Hampshire who was chosen from thousands of applicants to participate in NASA’s Teacher in Space program. […]

Why Teaching Space Science to Kids is More Important Than Ever

If you’re a parent or educator, you know that getting kids excited about learning can be a challenge. But what if we told you that teaching space science to kids is more important now than ever before? Why? Because space is not just about astronauts and spaceships. It’s about exploring the unknown, pushing the boundaries […]

Bringing Space Education to your home school curriculum!

As a homeschooling parent, you have the unique opportunity to tailor your child’s education to their interests and passions. If your child loves space science, why not incorporate it into your home school curriculum? Not only is space science fascinating and inspiring, but it also covers a wide range of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and […]