Is there life on other planets? How large is our galaxy? How is a star formed? When your kids ask you questions like these, you need to be prepared! NASA
can help you explain to them what scientists do and do not know about big questions like these.
What’s out in the sky when you look up at night? People have wondered that for millennia! By learning about space, scientists also learn about Earth’s environment
and how it contributes to your and your family’s health and welfare.
A fun award-winning site that explores energy and other basic science principles and shows how the same fundamental principles control how things work in nature, living organisms, and human technology. The articles are carefully researched, accurate, and easy to understand.
Even if not visible, ozone is in the atmosphere as we gaze up at the stars. Ozone is produced when air pollutants from automobile emissions and manufacturing operations interact with sunlight. NIEHS has developed lesson plans related to ozone
and to ambient particulate matter
Written by Leigh Harline | Lyrics by Ned Washington
When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are
Anything your heart desires will come to you
If your heart is in your dreams, no request is too extreme
When you wish upon a star as dreamers do
(Fate is kind, she brings to those who love
The sweet fulfillment of their secret longing)
Like a bolt out of the blue, fate steps in and sees you thru
When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true