Children can virtually launch a rocket into space to see how the
force of gravity can pull an object toward the earth and moon.
Launch your rocket ship to five different space missions. Complete
all five missions and you're a super space navigator! From
Our mission: to wipe out crime from the universe. The future of
the earth is in your hands. Last night a powerful and deadly laser
weapon in orbit around the earth was turned towards us, seconds
before the laser hit the earth; the Department of Peace was able to
blow it up! The only controls for the laser are in the "Top Secret
Room" at the department….which means one of our own alien agents is
trying to blow up the earth. This site is brought to you by
the University of Cambridge.
Experience the trip of a lifetime while riding on a space ship
to different planets. But Major Ursula doesn't think that any
passengers should go on the trip until all the shuttles have been
fully tested for safety precautions. Find out what the 9 planets
look like, the size of them, and how they orbit the earth. This
site has been brought to you by the University of Cambridge.
Your mission is to improve the world around you by making less
trash! Expand your mind with waste-related words and dive into
hands-on projects. Also has useful information for teachers to help
kids learn. Brought to you by the US Environmental Protection
Sounds of the solar system - hit the key that corresponds to
each planet when that planet hits the hot zone to hear a symphony
of your own making. Also explore the solar system and find out the
facts you need to know about the planets! Links to check out all
that the universe has to offer! Discovery Space; Mars Exploration
Timeline; Constellation Interactive; Space News. From the Science
Explore the planets, visit the moon, and gaze at the stars in
this 3-D interactive model of the solar system.
NASA's new action game about Rosetta, the mission to orbit a
comet, drop a lander, and watch as it approaches the sun. - for
Paintings in the sky! Use these links to find answers to
common questions about auroras.