Elementary

For Elementary School Kids

For Babies :)

INTRO TO NASA.GOV KIDS CLUB VIDEO

Make a Crater at home

with family and friends!

Rocket sections and stages

Cool Stardust Mission Stuff!


Featured Music Videos of the Month From Our Website: 

2. Find a crater tutorial  Try this next

Thank you James for the link suggestion! We are glad to hear you like telescopes! Visit this sky study link! 

Astronomy 

Stardust Satellite Launch Video

Frau Mauro Crater- Hear Alan Shepard talk with Mission Control while he lands on the Moon.

                     LEARN HOW TO EXPLORE A MOON CRATER FROM NASA ASTRONAUTS !

SEE THEM EXPLORE  WITH THE MOON  BUGGY !  HEAR THEM SING AT 5:15sec. "Strolling on the Moon."

SPACE BABY WHERE'D YOU GET THAT SPACE SUIT!

Meet the Pilots to plucked Astronaut

Alan Shepard from the sea by helicopter!

Welcome To The Alan Shepard Project          KIDS CLUB NEWSLETTER!  Oct./18

Meet the local space kids, Browse

our Music Videos on the Alan Shepard Project Youtube Channel: 

SPACE KIDS WITH KARS


CRATERS AND STARDUST!

FEATURED SPACE KIDS OF THE MONTH MEET THE  KARS KIDS AT THE NEW ENGLAND FALL ASTRONOMY FESTIVAL

For High School and all ages : 

Click Here To Visit The Alan Shepard Project Events Page to Learn of upcoming Activities and Browse Past Event Videos !      Events Page       

Pre-School/Kindergarten

 Visitors!  Using this Custom Search Box: 

    After typing in search words in the box below:

 Scroll down past the first few ad results on this Alan Shepard Project custom google search site to find the search results found on this educational website.

UNH Observatory Durham N.H


Thank you Tom Cocciario,

John and Doris Gianaforte,

for this community event

and all who volunteered and

attended!


​​Watch the entire video if you wish or:

Start this video at 27.55 min. to

Learn about Stardust mission story

using aerogel and foil to help with

the links under it.

HELP NASA FROM HOME!  Featured Site of the Month

                                        Quote of the Month: 

                  "It's been a long way, but we're here!"

Astronaut and Derry N.H. Hometown Hero, Alan B. Shepard Jr. 


Enjoy the skies for Miles and Miles and we'll send the next newsletter in about 6 weeks.

                     we are very proud of all of you! 

Alan Shepard Project                                 www.alanshepardproject.org

LEARN TO SPOT A CRATER! - HELP NASA WITH THE STARDUST SITE!