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!
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What causes mountains to form? What causes islands to appear in the middle of the ocean? Tectonic Plates are what makes up the Earth's crust layer using materials from your kitchen, learn how these massive plates move around underneath where we live!
Learn the science behind the Mentos and Coke geyser and find out how you can make a small one inside!
Science Never Stops! And sometimes, science includes mathematics! Learn about water displacement using nerdy things and walk through the math involved in Archimedes' Principle!
Learn how to make a s'more using the Sun! Part 2: Using solar magnification to melt a marshmallow.
Learn how to make a s'more using the Sun! Part 1: Using the light from the sun to melt chocolate
Dr. Haviland discusses the many projects she's working on as well as some of the people who have played an important role in getting her to where she is today, working at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center!
Dr. Sabrina Savage is a Solar Scientist, the U.S. Lead for the Hinode Telescope mission, and currently works at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
Planetarium Director David talks about the "Cosmic Reef" image that was released today in honor of the 30th anniversary of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope!
What's inside a planet? Why are there layers? Get your Play-Doh out and build a world!
Did you have a lava lamp in your room when you were young? Learn how you can make one with things you probably have at home!
Learn about the constellations Bootes and Virgo and how you can find them in the night sky
What's it like to eat in space? Experiment along and learn about taste buds!