Now that you've watched the Astrophysics Variety Hour, do you think you can win a round of Exoplanet Spin? Try to guess the exoplanet terms each time you spin the wheel. NOTE: Currently works best in desktop browsers.
NASA's Exoplanet Travel Bureau is your destination for beautiful posters featuring a wild array of amazing worlds and the telescopes that helped astronomers discover and study them.
Eyes on Exoplanets lets you navigate a 3D display of all 5000+ confirmed exoplanets throughout our galaxy.
Exoplanet Excursions takes you on a virtual reality tour of the TRAPPIST-1 system of 7 Earth-size planets. You can use a VR headset or view it as an immersive movie on your smart phone.
ViewSpace offers videos diving into every aspect of the cosmos, including the most exciting exoplanet discoveries. Explore the whole catalog above or check out these topics:
AstroPix Exoplanet Gallery features illustrations and diagrams of a wide variety of other worlds, closely informed by the science underlying these discoveries.
In March 2022, astronomers crossed an incredible threshold, reaching a tally of over 5,000 confirmed exoplanets.
5,000 Exoplanets: Listen to the Sounds of Discovery: Hear (and see) how 30 years of exoplanet discovery has led to the recent milestone of over 5,000 confirmed exoplanets in our skies.
NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Website: Here you will find a rich variety of up-to-date exoplanet information.
When Hubble launched in 1990, we didn’t even know for certain that there were planets beyond our solar system. Today Hubble works alongside other telescopes to satisfy our curiosity about worlds beyond our solar system.
NASA's newly-launched Webb Space Telescope will be a powerful tool for studying exoplanets.
Exoplanet Trading Cards provides a set of printable materials that can be used in activities to teach about the many different strange worlds that astronomers have discovered.
The TRAPPIST-1 Scale Model gives you the materials you need to run an activity that lets participants see the real scale of this extraordinary exoplanetary system of 7 Earth-size worlds. With enough space you can put it in context with a scale model of our own solar system as well.
NASA's Universe of Learning connects the public to the data, discoveries, and experts that span NASA’s Astrophysics missions. All of our projects and events are designed to inspire engagement and learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). You can learn more about the project at the link above.
Universe of Learning resource guides related to exoplanets include:
DIY Planet Search has all the tools an amateur astronomer will need to help scientists better understand the movements of these planets around other stars by taking your own measurements of known exoplanets. Learn how to choose a target star, measure its brightness, and share your findings with the community.
Exoplanet Watch is a citizen science project, currently geared toward amateur astronomers and astronomy students at colleges and universities, to observe transiting exoplanets — planets outside our solar system — with small telescopes. The website will show you how to get started with your own telescope, or how to search existing datasets for signs of exoplanets.