Register now to learn about the Artemis Mission to the Moon with NASA! This virtual event takes place Feb. 18, but registration for this STEM event closes Jan. 20, so register now! Groups, classes and individual families are invited to register for this free event.
Artemis Mission to the Moon
Registration Opens: December 20, 2022
Registration Closes: January 20, 2023
Virtual Event Date: Saturday, February 18, 2023: 10 – 11:30 a.m. ETNASA STEM Kids Virtual Events
From NASA: The NASA Glenn Research Center’s Office of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Engagement has a strong interest in engaging youth in STEM and inspiring their pursuit of STEM careers. NASA STEM Kids Virtual Events will engage Kindergarten through fourth grade (K-4) students in the excitement of NASA’s missions of exploration and discovery through virtual tours, conversations with NASA experts, and hands-on activities. Students and their family members will learn about various topics such as the Artemis missions to the Moon, Mars exploration, aeronautics, the Sun, the Space Launch System (SLS), the International Space Station (ISS), the Dragonfly and Titan mission, and more. The goal of the NASA STEM Kids Virtual Events is to inspire K-4 students to want to learn more about NASA’s missions and STEM.
- A parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form.
- At least one parent or adult caregiver must fully participate with their child/children during the entire NASA STEM Kids Virtual Event. The participating parent or adult caregiver must be a United States citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR).
- The child/children must be students enrolled in Kindergarten through fourth grade at a public, private, charter, or home school located in the United States.
- A device connected to the Internet is required to participate in this event.
- A webcam is optional.
Find out more and register here!
Students in grades K-4