Welcome to NASA's Universe of Learning
The NASA’s Universe of Learning team connects the public to the data, discoveries, and experts that span NASA’s Astrophysics missions. Our team is made up of scientists, engineers, and educators who have direct connections to these missions. We also rely on a nationwide network of informal educators, scientists, and engineers who not only share our resources, but also help us develop them.
All of our projects and events are designed to inspire engagement and learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Once learners get started, they often return to unlock more secrets of the universe – and perhaps even chart their own path to become a scientist or an engineer.
Connect with scientists and engineers who actively support NASA Astrophysics missions – or volunteer as an expert to support our program.
We provide a range of ready-to-go programming to add to your events and activities – and connect you to scientists and engineers who actively support NASA’s Astrophysics missions.
SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS
We seek to create aha moments for learners and their families through interactive media products and events – and your expertise is an essential ingredient.
LEARNERS & FAMILIES
Explore all of our engaging and interactive online materials. Science awaits!
OUR PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Our Access to NASA Astrophysics Mission Data
Scientists and Engineers on Hand
Requests for Experts in 2021
Number of ViewSpace Venues Across the U.S.
Announcements & Highlights
HIGHLIGHTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Discover Exoplanets Exhibit Site Announcement
A Passport to the Universe with Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA
241st American Astronomical Society Winter Meeting
NASA’s Space Jam App Released
Exoplanet Watch Launches to the Public
Science Briefing: May 2023
Our next NASA’s Universe of Learning Science Briefing will take place on May 04, 2023 We are still securing our speakers and confirming the topic. Stay tuned for more details...
Exemplary Practices using Girls STEAM Ahead with NASA Free Resources (Fall 2023)
During this webinar hosted by the National Girls Collaborative Project, you will learn about several free resources from NASA’s Universe of Learning and hear how facilitators...