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  • Find upcoming LPI teacher trainings in Earth and space science topics, and connect to resources from past workshops and field trips.
  • Interested in authentic student research projects? Ten teams of high school students conduct research projects that support the NASA Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute's science goals.
  • Are you an undergraduate with an interest in lunar and planetary science and at least 50 semester hours of credit? Apply for LPI's 10-week-long summer intern program to undertake a cutting-edge lunar and planetary research project with a scientist mentor.
  • The 2012 international Humans in Space Youth Art Competition invites young people ages 10–18 years to submit visual, literary, musical and video artwork expressing their vision of how humans will use science and technology in the future to explore space and uncover its mysteries.
  • Find activities, PowerPoints, background information, and links to media tools on a variety of Earth and space science topics.
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  • Find higher-education opportunities and resources for bringing Earth and space science into the undergraduate and graduate classroom.
  • Are you interested in library or other out-of-school-time science programming for children ages 8 to 13? LPI's Explore program offers free online activity modules about Earth and space as well as training opportunities.
  • Each year, across the globe, people gather together to marvel at Earth's closest neighbor — our Moon. Join the celebration and share in the excitement of lunar science and exploration! Find the date, theme, and locations near you — or share the event you plan to host.
  • Do you want to engage your visitors or patrons in lunar science and exploration? LPI has a series of exhibits designed for small spaces that are available for loan to libraries, science centers, museums, and planetariums.
  • Find activities and resources for a variety of space science topics, to conduct your own event.
  • Native American storytellers share traditional and science stories about objects in the sky. Accompanying activities, resources, and selected stories are available online.
  • Looking for Earth and space science teaching resources? Explore LPI's portfolio of activities, demonstrations, PowerPoints, background information, and links to external resources.
  • Subscribe to LPI's monthly e-news about upcoming educational workshops, resources, events, grants and awards, and science news.
  • Come explore some of the hottest topics in in our solar system and beyond with the scientists who are making the discoveries. Find lecture topics and times.
  • Interested in viewing Houston's night sky and learning about space science? Join us for LPI's SkyFest several times each year as we celebrate the night sky and astronomical milestones. Find upcoming events.
  • Your space for the Moon! Share your lunar interests with us and explore how others also experience the Moon through literature, music, science, art, conversation, and more!
  • Each year, across the globe, people gather together to marvel at Earth's closest neighbor — our Moon. Join the celebration and share in the excitement of lunar science and exploration! Find the date, theme, and locations near you — or share the event you plan to host.
  • The 2012 international Humans in Space Youth Art Competition invites young people ages 10–18 years to submit visual, literary, musical and video artwork expressing their vision of how humans will use science and technology in the future to explore space and uncover its mysteries.
  • The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, currently circling our Moon, offers all things lunar through a variety of resources, images, programs, and information.
  • Get the laser-est from Mars! Learn what the ChemCam instrument, part of the Mars Science Laboratory onboard the Curiosity rover, is discovering on the Red Planet.
  • Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) is an instrument suite onboard the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover. Learn about SAM, the SAM Team, and more!

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MarsSkyFest

View Jupiter and Mars through telescopes!

May 10, 8:00–10:00 pm



Eclipse
Mars Through Time Workshop

July 8–11, 2014
at the University of New Mexico