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Astrophysics Science Division - Education & Outreach

Astrophysics Science Division - Education & Outreach

The James Webb Space Telescope may be unusual in appearance - but it has a lot in common with simple tube-shaped telescopes. Play the "Scope It Out!" Flash game to find out more!
You get to be the scientist in the "Build It Yourself: Satellite!" game. Choose what science your satellite will be used to study, then decide what wavelengths, instruments, and optics will help you learn the most about the science you've chosen.
Discover the cosmos with a new image each day featuring our fascinating universe. Each image is accompanied by a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
This special feature of the Imagine the Universe website allows you to explore how immense our Universe is by zooming out to its furthest reaches.

On this page, we've collected a variety of astrophysics educational resources created by the Astrophysics Science Division's education team and its partners. Click on a category below to jump straight to that section, or scroll down to see everything.
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Apala, Senior Research Assistant.



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