In times of advised social isolation, there are several possibilities that reduce the discomfort of having to stay at home as much as possible. NASA at Home is one of the most recent contributions by the American space agency.
From the new site, several contents are listed that allow us to continue on space trips and explore the universe that surrounds us, getting to know the discoveries, researches and explorations that are currently taking place.
Without leaving anyone out, the resources range from e-book suggestions on a variety of topics, to do-it-yourself projects. There are also virtual and augmented reality tours, which include the Hubble Space Telescope and the International Space Station, as well as an app that puts you in the pilot's seat of a NASA aircraft.
Count on a special category for children and families, with suggestions for activities ranging from formal lesson plans to images and stories of the contributions of science and space exploration to the world we know today.
From Nasa to Home, it is also possible to participate, from the backyard, in several ongoing research projects, including the search for exoplanets, to help understand the changes that occur with clouds, water and plants to better understand climate change .