NASA Wavelength is your pathway into a digital collection of Earth and space science resources for educators of all levels – from elementary to college, to out-of-school programs. These resources, developed through funding of the NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD), have undergone a peer-review process through which educators and scientists ensure the content is accurate and useful in an educational setting. Use NASA Wavelength to quickly and easily locate resources, connect them to other websites using atom feeds, and even share the resources you discover with others through social media and email.

Please check back often, as we regularly update the NASA Wavelength collection.

NASA Science and Education

NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD) is pursuing new knowledge and understanding of our planet Earth, our Sun and solar system, and the universe. NASA SMD research seeks answers to profound questions that are relevant to all:

  • How and why are Earth's climate and the environment changing?
  • How and why does the Sun vary and affect Earth and the rest of the solar system?
  • How do planets and life originate?
  • How does the universe work, and what are its origin and destiny?
  • Are we alone?

Learn more about NASA SMD and its approach to science education at https://science.nasa.gov/learners.

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NASA Wavelength Leadership and Development

NASA Wavelength was developed by a team from the Space Sciences Laboratory and Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California, Berkeley, the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), and the Adler Planetarium under NASA Cooperative Agreements NNX09AQ12A and NNX09AQ09A. The development team worked with educators across the country to define, test and launch NASA Wavelength.