Earth in Space
News and articles on Earth and space sciences. Published nine times a year by the American Geophysical Union. (Grades 7-12. $12.00 per year.)
2000 Florida Avenue NW
Washington DC 20009
Mars Program Educator Newsletter
Offered by the Mars Exploration Education Program, the newsletter offers suggestions for using information from current Mars missions as the basis for classroom activities.
A nontechnical magazine on astronomy and astronomy education. Articles appropriate to the classroom, information on education material, workshops, and recent meetings. (Bimonthly. $35.00 for a subscription.) Source = ASP.
Lunar information, lore, dates, projects. (Yearly. Grades 7-12. Free.) Celestial Products.
The Planetary Report
Bimonthly publication of The Planetary Society. News articles, information on current research in planetary sciences. Color and black-and-white photos. (High school and up. $25.00 per year as part of membership in the Planetary Society.)
65 N Catalina Ave
Pasadena CA 91106
A nontechnical magazine on astronomy and astronomy education. Articles appropriate to the classroom, information on education material, workshops, and recent discoveries. (Bimonthly, $18.00 for a subscription.)
Public Information Office
2609 University Ave. #3.118
Austin TX 78712
The Universe in the Classroom
Quarterly publication of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Activities, articles for teachers on natural processes of space and physics. (Free to teachers; request on letterhead stationary.) Source = ASP (Department N).
Some other popular magazines that offer articles and advertisements for materials, software, and equipment useful in the study of planetary science are Sky & Telescope, Astronomy, Ad Astra, and Popular Astronomy. Check your public library.