Through a partnership with GBH, NASA's Universe of Learning, and funding from NASA, we have created three exciting new web-based interactives to support middle school and high school learning in space science, covering the solar system, the life cycle of stars, and evidence for the Big Bang and expansion of the universe.
Each online interactive comes with an instructor lesson plan and student activity sheets, which can be adapted for use at other levels.
July 20, 2019 marks the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic landing on Earth’s Moon.
In WorldWide Telescope, you can visit the Moon in context in “Solar System” mode, or see what the Apollo astronauts saw on their various missions to the Moon during the 1960s and 1970s, in “Panorama” mode.
WWT Ambassadors participate in many conferences, festivals, and conventions, teaching the public about astronomy using WWT. Ambassadors give demonstrations with WWT, lead workshops on using WWT, and more. If you would be interested in having WWTA at your event, please contact us.
April 2015: WWTA participates in the Cambridge Science Festival at the Science Carnival and Robot Zoo. The following day Ambassadors introduce WWT to...