SpaceBlog provides brief and frequent fare for young bloggers curious about the wonders of space and space exploration. Posts are liberally sprinkled with links to NASA, ESA, and many other reliable, non-commercial sites so that bloggers can quickly find out more about whatever catches their interest. And they can play Space Game, a virtual hunt for mystery destinations in our solar system. Of course, educators, parents, and space enthusiasts of all ages are welcome to join in, too!
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