Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… yes, that’s a bird. And that’s a plane. When you make this telescope with your child, have fun watching for birds, planes, and other flying objects. It’s an easy craft that can change your kids’ perspective and help them focus on things around them in a different way.

DIY Homemade Craft Telescope

When you make this telescope with your child, have fun watching for birds, planes, and other flying objects. It’s an easy craft that can change your kids’ perspective and help them focus on things around them in a different way.

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Outer Space Craft Ideas - Galactic Starveyors VBS Theme

How to make galaxy discovery bottles for preschool. Hands-on learning and fun science experiment your kids will LOVE! Perfect for the science center or a safe spot.

VBS 2014- hair gel and blue food coloring in a ziplock bag.

VBS hair gel and blue food coloring in a ziplock bag. Plus other spy ideas and pics

This anti-gravity galaxy in a bottle is such a FUN PROJECT to try with the kids! The glitter actually rises to the top, instead of settling to the…

Anti-Gravity Galaxy in a Bottle

This anti-gravity galaxy in a bottle is such a FUN PROJECT to try with the kids! The glitter actually rises to the top, instead of settling to the bottom! Alternative to glitter bottle for calming down

DIY Galactic Goo +  Special Guardians of the Galaxy Offer #ad #ownthegalaxy

DIY Galactic Goo (Inspired by Guardians of the Galaxy)

DIY Galactic Goo Inspired by Guardians of the Galaxy - Perfect for playtime, or a Super Hero Party, Marvel Party, or Guardians of the Galaxy Party!

Have a school project or teaching planets and need a fun activity? Use an old CD and make a planet with a small ball! So easy and fun!

Teaching Tuesday: How to Make a Planet (with an old CD

The Andromeda Galaxy photographed with a 12.5-inch telescope by amateur astronomer Robert Gendler. - Credit: © 2002 R. Gendler, Photo by R. Gendler

Mysterious Stars Surround Andromeda's Black Hole - Credit: © 2002 R. Gendler, Photo by R. GendlerThe Andromeda Galaxy photographed with a telescope by amateur astronomer Robert Gendler. How beautiful.

HubbleSite - Hubble Breakthroughs - Galactic Science

HubbleSite - Hubble Breakthroughs - Galactic Science

Nebula Galore

Nebula Galore

Astronomers have discovered the largest known structure in the universe, a clump of active galactic cores that stretch 4 billion light-years from end to end. The structure is a light quasar group (LQG), a collection of extremely luminous Galactic Nulcei powered by supermassive central black holes.

Clump of active galactic cores that stretch 4 billion light-years from end to end. The structure is a light quasar group (LQG), a collection of extremely luminous Galactic Nulcei powered by supermassive central black holes.

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