National Geographic Entertainment’s Wildest Weather in the Solar System is now playing in digital fulldome theaters and planetariums. This spectacular show will take you on a journey to witness weather extremes in our solar system like never before.
These education resources, created to complement the Wildest Weather in the Solar System film, will help you bring content about the Earth-sun connection and extreme weather on Earth and other planets in our solar system to your classroom.
Explore this collection to find hands-on multimedia activities, worksheets, lessons, interactives, and interactive whiteboard content.
Students investigate extreme weather on Earth and other planets, learn about instruments used to measure weather, and design a space probe that will gather weather information on another planet.
Students explore the difference between weather and climate, analyze environmental conditions on Earth and other planets, and design a space probe that can withstand extreme weather on other planets.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is helping scientists better forecast space weather, a phenomenon that can disrupt technology here on Earth.
NASA’s Rosaly Lopes and the U.S. Geological Survey’s Astrogeology Science Center’s Randy Kirk explain the phenomenon of cryovolcanism.
Use multimedia to analyze planetary magnetospheres and auroras in this Grade 6-8 interactive activity for Promethean whiteboards from NG Education.
Travel into the future to lead a crucial mission on the space probe Erion. Using the right materials, build and test probes that will withstand the extreme weather conditions on each of our solar system's planets.
Check out these Nat Geo interactives for a hands-on look at the key players in our solar system.
Phillip Chamberlin is a NASA research astrophysicist and deputy project scientist.
From star-gazer to planetary scientist, read how Emerging Explorer Kevin Hand found his place in the stars.