Tuesday through Saturday
10am to 6pm
Explore NASA's remote sensing capabilities
spectrUM seeks to share NASA's remote sensing technologies and resources with Montana students in Missoula and in rural and tribal communities. How are remote sensing satellites used to observe Earth? How are they used to explore weather and natural disasters, including wildfires?
Remote sensing activities occur in spectrUM's museum and in our field trip programs.
Do you want to explore more? Here are helpful links:
Space Place: Explore Earth and space content and activities designed for kids, families, and educators.
Aeronaut-X: STEM activities focussing on cutting-edge aeronautics content to encourage our future aviation explorers.
Disasters Program of NASA's Earth Science Applied Sciences Program: using data and research to improve the prediction of and response to hazards around the world.
Earth Observatory: images, stories, and discoveries about the environment, Earth systems, and climate that emerge from NASA research, including its satellite missions, in-the-field research, and models.
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program: dedicated to supplying the STEM professionals of tomorrow with the scientific knowledge necessary to tackle Earth's biggest mysteries.