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Programs and events are available on our Events calendar.
We offer everything from pulsar searches to short courses in astronomy.
Learn More about our offerings for teachers
The Green Bank Observatory has special programs for almost everyone! Programs for students as young as third grade, all the way through graduate school.
- PhysCon Undergrads See Bright Future From Green Bank Telescope
- Jansky Lecturer will visit Green Bank Observatory
- West Virginia Students Use One of World’s Largest Telescopes
- Summer Science Newsletter (Special Edition for June #AAS240)
- Volunteers Build Bird Boxes to Support Local Ecosystems & Citizen Science
Check out a list of great educational resources at this page.
The WorldWide Telescope is an online tool for visualizing the cosmos. It’s not a physical telescope, it’s a suite of free and open source software and data sets that combine to create stunning scientific visualizations and stories.
Do you like playing with data to find interesting trends? Check out “Glue!” Glue is an open-source Python library to explore relationships within and between related datasets. From astronomy, to data science, to medicine — Glue is useful across disciplines!