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Oct 01, 2021 2021-10-01

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Artwork Inspired by Images from a NASA Telescope

NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, invites K–12 students to create artwork inspired by the James Webb Space Telescope, NASA’s cosmic successor to the iconic Hubble Space Telescope. Students’ artwork may be a painting, poetry, sculpture, textiles, music, video production, 3D design, jewelry, or posters. Students can browse through the collection of Webb telescope images and videos, and see what inspires them. After they create their art, teachers can share it with NASA on social media using the hashtag #JWSTArt, or email the artwork to jwst@lists.nasa.gov. There is no deadline for submissions.

Plus: The James Webb Space Telescope STEM Toolkit helps K–12 students learn about the Webb telescope, and the James Webb Fun Pad is packed with activities for children in kindergarten through grade 4.

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