Science Friday’s virtual Sun Camp is a great way for families and educators to explore STEM with children ages 5-9. From now until mid-November, we'll update you weekly with educational resources about the Sun, give learners a chance to attend Q&As with experts, and provide additional learning opportunities.
Grab some supplies and try these hands-on STEM activities right at home to celebrate the Artemis mission to the Moon.
Jellyfish are delicate, which makes collecting samples from live specimens difficult. In this activity try to design a device that can safely collect jellyfish for research.
Why do some auroras appear in discrete lines, while others fill the sky with diffuse light? Explore how electrons surf on Alfvén waves.
How do scientists figure out where life can exist in the universe (places like Venus)? Use the microbes on Earth to piece together clues about the limits of life.