Public Education and Outreach Resources
The Arizona/NASA Space Grant Consortium, headquartered at LPL, contributes to the nation's science enterprise by implementing research, education and public service projects through a national network of university-based Space Grant consortia.
We have a simple philosophy: HiRISE is “the people’s camera” because we believe that knowledge about Mars belongs to everyone.
Each fall semester, the LPL Evening Lecture Series presents LPL scientists discussing their latest scientific research and space mission projects.Lectures (including time for Q&A) are held on Tuesday evenings, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., in Kuiper Space Sciences Room 308. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. All lectures are free and open to the community.
Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter is an exceptional science learning facility located at Steward Observatory's "sky island" observing site. The SkyCenter builds upon the uniqueness of the 9,157 foot summit of Mt. Lemmon and the extensive knowledge base at the University of Arizona to deliver educational programs.
The OSIRIS-REx mission is an Asteroid Sample Return Mission—Exploring our Past, Securing our Future through Pioneering Asteroid Science. Material returned is expected to enable scientists to learn more about the time before the formation and evolution of the Solar System, initial stages of planet formation, and the source of organic compounds which led to the formation of life.
The Space Imagery Center at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory is a research collection of NASA planetary photography, cartographic products, and technical documentation. As one of 17 NASA Regional Planetary Image Facilities around the world, the Center collects and disseminates planetary mission data to local scientists, students, educators and the media.
The Art of Planetary Science is an annual art exhibition run by UA's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory that celebrates the beauty and elegance of science.