This Web site gives you an incredible guided tour of NASA over the past fifty years! With a robot to guide you through the highly interactive site, it will delight both young and old alike!
To get started, click on the logo in the center of the page with the robot. That will open the core of the site. It should pop up in another window. The robot will give you a brief introduction to the site and then you can start exploring. You can either click on the building behind him to start in the 1950s or you can choose a time period from the time line that runs across the bottom of the page.
As you explore the site, remember to click around and see everything that’s available. There are so many things you can click on to learn more about NASA!
For example, in the 50s section, when you’re done exploring the interior of the building, head outside and explore there. You’ll find rockets and you’ll learn about someone who helped develop them. You can also listen to music from that time period with the jukebox!
Each section teaches you about what happened during that decade. You start in the 1950s with the beginning of NASA and end up in 2000 with robonauts! You can even click on the Future Rd. sign to learn about where NASA is headed for the future. Enjoy!