Texas Space Grant Consortium along with StarDate are offering teachers a special educational opportunity.


StarDate Magazine
Full of easy-to-read articles written by some of the best science writers in the field, StarDate magazine has grown from a small newsletter started in 1973 to a 24-page, full-color magazine, yet it remains free of advertising. StarDate magazine is published 6 times a year.

A Year of StarDate or Universo -- on CD
Now you can enjoy StarDate's entertaining astronomy updates at your leisure in your own home, car, or classroom. A one-year subscription brings you 12 CDs.

StarDate is awesome! Comments I received from my students were: "I saw Jupiter last night and I showed my mom. She asked me how I knew this. I told her we learned this from class (StarDate)." My students really enjoyed this. We had GREAT discussions and also jump off for Language Arts/Science projects! Thank you!

--Mary L. Brown, Christensen Elementary, 5-8, Flagstaff AZ

See how other teachers from across the nation are using StarDate in the classroom.

How do you obtain this great educational resources...

Attend a Texas Space Grant Consortium Workshop

Submit an original classroom tested, space-related activity for any grades K-12.

Send activity to:
Texas Space Grant Consortium
3925 W. Braker Ln., Suite 200
Austin, Texas 78759-5321

or electronically to:
Mark Fischer


Last Modified: February 15, 1999