It’s back-to-school time! The LPI library has books about science education on display this week.
The August 2018 edition of the Mars Exploration Science Monthly Newsletter is now available online.
The latest episode of the Gravity Assist podcast features Melinda Kahre, manager of the Mars Climate Modeling Center at NASA’s Ames Research Center, discussing the recent Mars dust storm.
During this anniversary year, the LPI wants to collect stories and memories from the planetary community including former LPI staff and alumni. Submit a post and an image. Share your LPI memories with us.
Episode 57 of Houston We Have a Podcast, the official podcast of the NASA Johnson Space Center, features Dr. Zarana Patel discussing radiation as a hazard of human space flight. This episode is part one of a five-part series on the hazards of human spaceflight.
Mark your calendars. International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) is Saturday, October 20. Find out about InOMN and explore resources for this event online.
World Space Week is October 4 – 10. This year’s theme is “Space Unites The World.” It’s a great time for teachers to use space-based activities to excite students about science and technology. A variety of educational resources can be found online to use in the classroom and to promote this international event.
The recorded presentations from the Ocean Worlds meeting held in May are now available at the meeting website.
The Earth Science Picture of the Day, a service of Universities Space Research Association, highlights the processes and phenomena which shape our planet and our lives. Images have short explanatory captions and helpful links. There is a new image every day.