Information about people involved with Mars missions and where you can ask a question and view the answers of questions that have been asked and answered.
NASA's Observatorium is a public access site for Earth and space data with pictures of the Earth, planets, stars, and other cool stuff.
NASA's Space Kids
A good site for students to find information on space science.
Information and activities for students and teachers on stars, galaxies, black holes and more.
Imagine the Universe
Information on the mysteries of the universe written for students aged 14 and up.
The Nine Planets
Statistics and background information on Mars.(4th and up)
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's solarsystem website. The link will take you directly to the Mars webpage.
A kid-friendly version of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's solarsystem website.
Views of the Solar System
Excellent background information on Mars.
Windows to the Universe
Background information on Mars including its interior, surface and surface, planetary facts, missions, images and myths.
The Space Place
Activities and information (Dr. Marc's Amazing Facts) on space science. (4-6)
Information, projects and games on space science.
Liftoff to Space Exploration
An older student version of NASA Kids with background information and special features on space exploration.
Red Rover Goes to Mars
The website for the Planetary Society's Red Rover Goes to Mars program which invites you to participate in Mars exploration.
Red Rover, Red Rover
The website for the Planetary Society's Red Rover, Red Rover program. Students build a Mars landscape and rover in their classroom and via the Internet are able to connect to and drive rovers in other schools.
Super Resolution Color Anaglyphs
3-D images of the Mars surface.