About Ask An Earth and Space Scientist

Who should use Ask An Earth and Space Scientist?

Anyone is welcome to use Ask An Earth and Space Scientist. Keep in mind that it is intended primarily to serve grades preK-12, and to be available as a resource for teachers and parents. We also find that life-long learners enjoy many of the content areas on our website and encourage anyone interested in the study of the universe to make use of its content. As always, ASU faculty and staff will be accessible through question or feedback submissions.

What Ask An Earth and Space Scientist does not do

Ask An Earth and Space Scientist is not intended to answer questions for post-secondary students (college and university level students). However, teachers are highly encouraged to use the site, whether they are involved in preK-12 classes or not, and to send us their feedback.

Looking for information about the world of biology?

Visit our companion website—AskABiologist.asu.edu Ask A Biologist is one of the longest running biology websites dedicated to teaching about the living world. 

Looking for information about the world of anthropology?

Visit our other companion website—AskAnAnthropologist.asu.edu

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