Over the years, we’ve gotten a lot of questions about planets, comets, asteroids, stars, galaxies, black holes and more, often from kids and sometimes from kids-at-heart. Inside SpaceKids on SPACE.com, you’ll find some great big questions and very simple, straightforward answers about everything from the moon to Mars and beyond into our Milky Galaxy and the universe itself.
Sponsored Space is a perfect way to introduce kids to the wonders of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), especially when they can pretend to be Martian astronauts in their spare time.
PBS KIDS is celebrating this summer's Apollo 11 anniversary today (June 17) with a special program "Ready Jet Go!: One Small Step," which celebrates and explores the lunar landing.
A new collaboration with The Planetary Society is making space exploration the stuff of child's play.
The rock band OK Go and their partners are inviting students ages 11-18 to brainstorm their most creative ideas to send into space.
The inspiring words of Neil deGrasse Tyson are at the heart of a beautiful new song and space-themed music video for kids.
On May 16, the International Space Station launched the first miniature satellite, called a cubesat, designed and built by grade-schoolers.
The nonprofit group The Mars Generation is inviting children and adults to "Train Like a Martian" between April 18 and 24.
Four young museumgoers travel back in time to save the future of winged aircraft (and spacecraft, too) in a new comic for young readers released by Smithsonian Books.
Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon, and his new book encourages kids to take the first steps onto Mars.
Even the smartest scientists in the world don't know what dark matter is. But they know it’s out there.
Our Milky Way galaxy looks like a huge milky haze in the night sky, which is where its name comes from.
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