Press Release

New Educational Content Part of NASA Langley’s #NASAatHome Offerings

By SpaceRef Editor
April 28, 2020
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NASA’s newest internet and social media portal, NASA at Home, gives visitors a special look at the agency’s discoveries, research and missions – all from the comfort of your home. While many students are learning from home due to COVID-19, these resources provide options for kids, parents and educators.

NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia is contributing to the agency’s efforts through live webinars for students, Q&As with subject-matter experts, and virtual tours to keep people informed and entertained.

NASA at Home offers activities for students, do-it-yourself projects, virtual tours of the solar system, images from space and more amazing content.

Through our website<> and our Facebook<>, Twitter<>, Instagram<> and YouTube<> pages, Langley is taking people behind the scenes with our researchers and how they are advancing human progress on Earth, the skies and in space through our people, missions and technologies. We encourage students and educators to engage with our social media pages by asking science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) questions our experts can answer.

  *   Each week, Langley’s Ask the Expert series features a researcher in Earth science, aeronautics, or space technology answering questions submitted from viewers on certain topics in their field.

  *   Visitors can virtually explore<> Langley, NASA’s oldest field center, which has been conducting aeronautics research since 1915, that led the transition to space and now does Earth science studies as well.

For more information on #NASAatHome and its programs, projects, and activities on offer, visit:

SpaceRef staff editor.