Test your knowledge of space history with these short quizzes. Challenges for all skill levels – from educational exercises to obscure trivia. Online and PDF versions are available. Click on the image on the left to start taking them all!
A free PDF written by the editors and publishers of Quest covering the history of Quest. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at the journal from its founding through its first 25 years. Includes images from its first 100 covers. Click on the cover to the left to download it.
Download for free from the SPACE 3.0 Archive, professional reviews of space books and videos. Just add to your shopping cart ($0 cost) and download the link. Check back often as new ones are added.
In advance of a downloadable and printable global guide, below is a partial list (and links) to museums with space artifacts in the United States. Visit and check out their exhibits. You never know what you will find.
Air Zoo Aerospace & Science Experience, Portage, MI
American Space Museum, Titusville, FL
Armstrong Air & Space Museum, Wapakoneta, OH
California Science Center, Los Angeles, CA
Cosmosphere, Hutchinson, KS
Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY
Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, TX
Grissom Air Museum, Mitchell, IN
Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum, New York, NY
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Merritt Island, FL
NASA Goddard Visitor Center, Greenbelt, MD
National Museum of the US Air Force, Dayton, OH
New Mexico Museum of Space History, Alamogordo, NM
Oregon Air & Space Museum, Eugene, OR
Peterson Air & Space Museum, Colorado Springs, CO
PIMA Air & Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
San Diego Air & Space Museum, San Diego, CA
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC
Space Center Houston, Houston, TX
Stafford Air & Space Museum, Weatherford, OK
The Space Station Museum, Novato, CA
US Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL
Virginia Air & Space Center, Hampton, VA
Wings Over the Rockies, Denver, CO
The SPACE 3.0 Foundation is currently researching and gathering information on K-12 educational resources of interest to parents, teachers, and students that will be added to our Archives and available to download. In the meantime, NASA and RocketSTEM both provide access to free educational materials.