To The Moon

Thank you to the millions of passionate teachers who inspire curiosity in their classrooms…lesson after lesson, unit after unit, year after year. We’re fortunate to have had many of you in our lives, and we can’t wait to see what the future will bring because of the work you’re doing today.

If you’re curious about exploring space (inside the classroom or on your own), here are a few shortcuts to the free tools in this video:

100,000 Stars: http://goo.gl/1Hz2F
Moon in Google Earth: http://goo.gl/R0p0pL
Tears in Space (Don’t Fall): http://goo.gl/52tQBU
NASA Long-Distance Google+ Hangout: http://goo.gl/pFZzN
Android Sky Map: http://goo.gl/qT1O3
Google Search app: http://goo.gl/iK6t6

Photo Credits:
Nebulae images courtesy of NASA, ESA, and respective academic partners.
Jupiter Moon images courtesy of NASA/JPL and academic partners.
ISS Image courtesy of NASA.
Chris Hadfield © Canadian Space Agency, 2013.
Denis Finnin © American Museum of Natural History.

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