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Space Science

Space . . . the final frontier. Yes, this is what it's all about.

A photo of Io and Jupiter.
Io looks like a black dot in comparison to Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. This photo was taken by the Cassini spacecraft in 2000. [Planetary Photojournal, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory]

As a Galaxy Explorer you will learn all about space. You'll be part of a team, specially trained to take on the challenge of exploring and working in space. You'll discover:

The solar system
The constellations
Planets and stars
Nebulas and much, much, more!!

Galaxy Explorers learn by doing, not watching. And you won't just sit and listenyou and your Galaxy Explorers Mission Team will go out into the field, using telescopes, binoculars, and computers. You'll learn about the wonders of the universe and to keep records of your adventures in scientific notation.

When you're done you'll be a little tired but proud of what you have learned and accomplished. You'll show that pride when you wear the Galaxy Explorers Space Science Officer medal.

Last updated 6/4/2003
Space Science

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