Science Never Stops is a digital collection of short learning segments featuring Rocket Center educators leading hands-on activities, talking with STEM professionals and exploring STEM concepts and ideas. Searchable by science field or grade level, these fun videos are a great addition to a classroom enrichment or a fun family activity. Learn by doing, learn from a professional or learn with an artifact with Science Never Stops.
Science Never Stops + is a series of learning modules designed for teachers and families to explore farther and learn more about concepts like rockets, drones and satellites. These learning modules include step-by-step instructions for re-creating fun activities in your classroom or home and tie STEM concepts to STEM careers. Themes are correlated to key science concepts across grade levels. Bring your curiosity and explore with us!
Pick one or more of the selections below to explore our library of Science Never Stops videos or Science Never Stops + modules
Learn how to calculate your weight on Mars and Pluto.
Learn how to calculate your weight on Uranus and Neptune
Get a little grounded and learn about Geology, the science of how the Earth changes!
Gravitational Wave Astrophysicist Dr. Tyson Littenberg, who currently works at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, discusses the challenges of studying gravitational waves and what future technology will hopefully make it less complicated.
In this interview, Dr. Chien-Ting Chen discusses supermassive black holes, how they impact the galaxies they're in, and what happens when you don't ask questions.
Learn how to calculate your weight on Jupiter and Saturn
Learn how to calculate your weight on Mercury and Venus
Make your own craters at home! For this activity, you'll need tough items that can be dropped like meteors, flour, chocolate powder and a big bowl!
What's a Parallelogram? Do you have any in your home? Learn which different shapes are parallelograms.
Learn how planes fly! The four forces of flight keep jumbo jets and paper airplanes alike in the air, learn about each of them on Science Never Stops!