Introduction

ViewSpace is a free, web-based collection of dozens of digital interactives and hundreds of videos highlighting the latest developments in astronomy and Earth science.

ViewSpace gives you the opportunity to explore our planet, solar system, galaxy, and universe. Provided free with the support of NASA, ViewSpace is developed by a team of scientists, educators, and communication specialists who collaborate to ensure that content is accurate, up-to-date, engaging, relevant, and accessible to a wide audience.

ViewSpace is produced by the Office of Public Outreach at the Space Telescope Science Institute, in partnership with the NASA's Universe of Learning project and NASA's Earth Observing System, Hubble Space Telescope Project, and James Webb Space Telescope Project.

ViewSpace has been exhibited in museums, planetariums, and science centers across the country since 2000.

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VIDEOS

ViewSpace videos tell the stories of the planets, stars, galaxies, and universe, giving viewers the opportunity to experience space and Earth as seen with satellites and telescopes.

The ViewSpace video library is open to anyone who wants to view individual videos. Our looping video collection is specifically designed for exhibits and is available at no cost to organizations such as museums, science centers, and libraries that would like to present ViewSpace to the public.

INTERACTIVES

ViewSpace interactives allow you to explore objects and materials from different perspectives, discovering how we can combine information to better understand the universe.

ViewSpace interactives are available online for the public.

LOCATIONS

ViewSpace has hundreds of partner locations throughout the U.S. and the world. The map below illustrates locations where ViewSpace can be found.  Clicking on the markers will reveal venue information. Note: The map is optimized for desktop viewing.

The map above is displaying in an iframe. If your browser doesn't support iframe, please find the map on ViewSpace's Google MyMap.