Get involved in NASA exploration, discovery, and research from your classroom!

  • Expedition Earth and Beyond helps students conduct out-of-this-world research right from your classroom!
  • How would you like to have an astronaut on the International Space Station (ISS) pick up a camera to take pictures of Earth from the International Space Station (ISS) to support your team research?
  • How would you like to connect with scientists at NASA to learn about topics such as the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) mission at Mars?
  • How would you like to get feedback and advice from a scientist about your team research project?
  • Check out the pages (shown as links) on the left for information and access to useful resources.


EEAB involves students with NASA exploration, discovery, and research. Wouldn't it be exciting to use AND request new imagery of Earth taken by astronauts on the ISS? How about participating in a live webinar connecting and interacting with scientists at NASA? GET INVOLVED!!

  • To request info on how to get involved or to get on our email distribution list, please fill out the Contact Form
  • To submit a request to get a Team Wiki set up for your research team(s), please fill out the Wiki Request Form
  • Join the EEAB TEACHER Wiki to gain access to additional information and resources.
  • Register for FREE Online Webinars.
Check out this video clip of Astronaut Michael Fincke talking about EEAB from the ISS.

For more information visit us at: http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/ares/eeab/index.cfm