European Space Agency Kids Page
|Resource:||European Space Agency Kids Page|
|Provider:||European Space Agency|
|Summary:||Age Range: 6-18 (Grades 1-12, with parental supervision). So you know a lot about astronauts, satellites, and space probes? On this European Space Agency (ESA) website for kids, you may be surprised not to find mention of American spacecraft such as Endeavor, Galileo, Voyager, Pioneer, and Challenger. In their place, meet CryoSat, Envisat, Rosetta, Columbus, Ariane-5 and more!|
|Description:||There is no mention of John Glenn, Sally Ride, or Neil Armstrong; the heroes here include such greats as Vladimir Remek, Miroslav Hermaszewski, Samantha Cristoforetti, Andreas Mogensen, Christer Fugelsang, and Timothy Peake. Move over, NASA -- make room for the ESA! You will definitely learn something new and different at this website!
When you get to the site you will see some features. Use the menu toward the top of your screen to explore topics such as:
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There is too much here to explore in one visit. Bookmark it so you can come back often!
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