The poster series “Visions of the Future” showcases the work of nine artists, designers, and illustrators and is the result of brainstorming sessions with JPL scientists, engineers, and communicators. Reminiscent of old posters the Works Progress Administration created for the national parks, these posters feature amazing destinations in our solar system. The posters are free to download and print.
NASA eClips are short, relevant educational video segments designed to inspire and engage students, helping them see real world connections. Playlists are for all levels, kindergarten through adult lifelong learner.
The BeautifulMars Project is looking for people to promote the idea that knowledge about Mars belongs to everyone. If you are fluent or even semi-fluent in a second language or multiple languages, consider volunteering your skills to translate High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) image titles. Detailed information and guidelines are available online. Help make outreach history!
Did you miss any of this season’s Cosmic Explorations Speaker Series lectures? You can watch recordings of past presentations online.
Find out all about eclipse history. Check out Eclipse 101.
What’s up for June 2017? This month view and compare Saturn and Jupiter. This short video shows where and when to point your telescope or binoculars to see these planets and their largest moons.
A recent post on the American Geophysical Union’s Plainspoken Scientist blog offers tips and advice on “Sciencing & Social Media.”