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Update: Dec. 15, 2021 – The scheduled launch date has been changed to Friday, Dec. 24.
The James Webb Space Telescope, which is designed to capture views of the early universe as far back as 13.5 billion years ago, is scheduled to launch from French Guiana on Friday, Dec. 24. Find out how you can follow along as the mission unfolds (literally!) and get students exploring the science of the universe. Check out the resources below – including lessons and activities for teachers and students – to get started.
Get a look into the science and engineering behind the largest and most powerful space telescope ever built while exploring ways to engage learners in the mission.
Teach students all about the universe, stars, galaxies, and exoplanets with this collection of standards-aligned STEM lessons.
Students can learn all about the universe, stars, galaxies, and exoplanets with these hands-on projects, slideshows, and videos.
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