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Someday, you may be able to jump in a space shuttle and visit your favorite planet. In the meantime, these sites can make you feel like you're there. From gazing at stars to tracking NASA missions, take a virtual trip to outer space (and get home in time for dinner.)

  • Live NASA Cams
    Watch live feeds from the Kennedy Space Center. Track the the shuttle or view fifteen live cameras.

  • Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
    Developed by students, this site offers a Mars Exploration Page, Lunar Resources and more.

  • Welcome to the Planets
    A collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program.

  • NASA Kid's Club
    Explore Space with this interactive site that offers cool photos, games, and a picture dictionary.




  • National Air and Space Museum
    Browse more 23,000 items, including aircraft, spacecraft, engines, rockets, uniforms, spacesuits, balloons and artwork.

  • The National Aviation Hall of Fame
    Learning Center with hands-on interactives.

  • Space Education Resources for Kids
    Lots of great resources, including links to games, quizzes and videos and projects.

  • SpaceWeather.com
    Did you know there was weather in space? Help predict the next big space storm.

  • Views of the Solar System
    Offers pictures of planets and information about the scientists that discovered them.

  • Science and Aviation Lesson Plans for All Ages
    Lesson plans including "Rockets" and "Understanding Space Travel."

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