NASA programming in a one-hour block of various programs
Created around NASA technologies, the series
introduces viewers to cutting edge science, technology,
engineering, planetary exploration, aeronautics and
The series examines NASA's past, present, and future.
Hosted by Jennifer Pulley and Johnny Alonso,
the 30-minute show's goal is to show how NASA has
changed, and continues to change all of our lives in a
positive way: by examining how technology developed
by/for NASA is being used in everything from space
exploration to everyday consumer products.
The show takes an insiders look at current
projects and technologies from NASA facilities around
the United States, and is depicted through personal
interviews, on-scene broadcasts, computer
animations, and personal interviews with top scientists
and engineers at NASA.
Endorsed by the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics (NCTM), this program supports national
mathematics, science, and technology standards. The
30-minute program seeks to establish a "connection" between the
mathematics, science, and technology concepts taught in
the classroom and the mathematics, science, and
technology used everyday by NASA researchers.
educational programs that focus on NASA research,
including new technologies, advanced aerodynamics, past
achievements and medical breakthroughs.
Each program gives the audience an inside look at NASA
and demonstrates how research and technology relates to
our everyday lives.
A one-hour series of instructional programs
consisting of broadcast, print, and online elements.
Emphasizing standards-based instruction, Problem-Based
Learning, and science as inquiry, the series seeks to
motivate students in grades 3-5 to become critical
thinkers and active problem solvers.
The stars are six "Tree House Detectives," who are
continually faced with challenging problems they must
solve by using their mathematics, science, and
technology skills. Along the way to solving each
problem, they meet a number of interesting adult
characters who help them with their research.