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With powerful tools of exploration, students learn to explore the cosmos.

Slooh’s gamified learning activities teach students how to think like astronomers and create exploration portfolios.

Satisfy their curiosity and ignite their passion

With Slooh, young explorers from 4th grade and up go beyond simulation to control online telescopes, build image collections, and create portfolios of exploration that will help them pursue their dreams, maybe even aboard a spaceship.

Introduction to exploring space with Slooh

See how students using laptops, tablets or smartphones conduct space investigations.

Anyone can explore space with Slooh

Space is a vast wilderness. Slooh is like a national park with trails and guides to help them find their way. Slooh’s Homeschool Edition includes one primary account and up to four student accounts for $9.95 per month.
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Introducing  Astronomy Fair

Launching summer 2023, Slooh Astronomy Fair will make it easy for students to create large format, printable posters for their school science fair with step by step instructions and online support. Astronomy Fair is included with a Slooh Family Membership.

All different types of children can find themselves in space.

The Kids of Slooh

The Builder

Experimental and undaunted - ready to learn how it works
Break it, build it, fix it. With an inventive mind and pioneering attitude, this hands-on fanatic will be guided through the intricacies of robotics and animation.

The Dreamer

Explorative and imaginative - ready to piece it together
Enticed by ancient legends and eager to uncover the hidden history of the universe, this storyteller will be captivated by the mythological tales which took humans to space.

The Gamer

Engaged, social and persistent - ready to meet any challenge
Outgoing, competitive and driven to excel, with a gamified space platform and awesome images to post and share, the stars were never the limit and neither is the scoreboard.

The Scientist

Investigative and inquisitive - ready to find the answers
Always asking why, this deep thinker will get swept up in the power of real science, inspecting some of the biggest mysteries in the Universe.

The Creator

Creative, inventive and passionate - ready to capture the universe
Head in the clouds and hands-on any art supplies in reach - from photography to drama and drawing we help spark creative imagination by using technology to gaze into space.

The Adventurer

Curious, inspired and assertive - ready to explore the unknown
Naturally curious and eager to explore, with a little guidance, we help to map a personal cosmic journey that connects back to the wonders of Earth in exciting ways.
"Have an hour or twenty? 
Take in the mesmerizing views from Slooh's live feeds of space."
"The best option is the Slooh observatory. Visit Slooh to snap and share your own photos, and personally control Slooh’s telescopes."
"NASA teams with Slooh to bring the Universe to everyone and help protect Earth too."
Slooh is much more than online observatories. It is patented technology delivering the cosmos live and in full color. It is a curation of the 1,000 most wondrous stars, planets, nebulae, galaxies, comets and asteroids with their stories passed down since antiquity. It is a telescope reservation system that makes shared control with a global community more fun, social and educational, with advanced control for deeper investigation.
Australian Observatory
Launching in late 2023, Slooh's new Australian observatory will extend Slooh's live coverage to 24 hours per day. The observatory, located a stone's throw from the world-class Siding Spring Observatory, will house a new research-grade Half Meter telescope. 
Chile Observatory
Slooh’s southern hemisphere observatory, in partnership with the Catholic University, features three telescopes offering complete coverage of the rich southern skies. 
Slooh is their interface to space
Canary Islands Observatory
Slooh’s flagship observatory features six telescopes and is situated at 9,000 feet at the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands, home to the largest optical telescope in the world. The time zone shift makes daytime astronomy possible in the United States. 
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