Click the button below to download the educator guide which contains activities designed to help students research questions related to geology or exobiology and explore all twenty-two features on the surface of the red planet.
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Teach about Mars, the solar system, research, and space exploration with the resources below.
Students become aerospace engineers, explore the differences between comets, asteroids, and meteoroids, and use scientific tools to study objects in space.
Discover the potential asteroids present to manned space travel, and find resources to teach space exploration, the solar system, and celestial bodies.
Jedidah Isler is an observational astrophysicist and National Geographic Society Emerging Explorer who studies blazing quasars (blazers) and hosts VanguardSTEM.
Help students learn how scientists find planets, determine if they are habitable, and study an exoplanet’s atmosphere.
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Explore the National Geographic Education Blog's post on the British Ordnance Survey's map of Mars accompanying teacher toolkit.
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