EO Kids is exploring the history of viewing Earth from space – from Explorer 1 to our modern constellation of satellites. In this issue, learn about how NASA began watching Earth’s weather and how satellite imaging of hurricanes has evolved over 60-years. Plus, build your own liquid-fueled fizzy rocket with your own team of engineers.
At EO Kids we are committed to making Earth science fun and engaging. Come explore Earth with us.
EO Kids managing editor, Tassia Owen, shows you how you can build your own Fizzy Rocket!
Earth Observatory stories highlighted in this issue:
Read more about hurricanes and NASA’s early satellites from these other NASA resources:
What are hurricanes?
NASA’s Earth Observing System
GPM Captures Hurricane Matthew Before Haiti Landfall
NASA Earth Science Disaster Program: Hurricane Harvey 2017