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Online Courses

For Formal, Informal and Homeschool Educators

If you are an adult and want to provide Cubes in Space to one or one thousand students, we have "use at your own pace" online training and course materials for you. Use the resources to help students design creative, high-quality experiments and write proposals to submit to be considered for a spot on a NASA sounding rocket or scientific balloon mission.

Big Science in Little Cubes

It is ALWAYS free to submit an Application for Spaceflight!

Message from the Program Founder, Amber Agee-DeHart

Welcome to Cubes in Space 2021!  We appreciate your interest in the program, and we hope you and your students thoroughly enjoy the experience.

This eighth year of Cubes in Space brings many changes and additions. For those that participated previously, the most obvious changes are the additions of a Professional Course that includes an Educator Institute and a Student Academy powered by Outschool.  

There is never a charge to participate in Cubes in Space experiment design challenge and submit an Application for Spaceflight. Therefore, we offer a FREE Program that gives access to the Intent to Fly Form and Application for Spaceflight.  

If you want curriculum and resources to use with your learners, or you want to learn the concepts and how to teach them, we offer four courses BASIC, STANDARD, PROFESSIONAL and PREMIUM courses that differ in the amount of curricula and support resources provided. The different course packages provide the revenue we need to pay for launch and operational costs for the program.  (NEW COURSE CHART TO BE POSTED BY OCTOBER 15, 2020.) 


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Ingenuity Taking Flight!

Cubes in Space is offered by idoodlEDU inc., a 501.c.3 educational non-profit, and in collaboration with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Wallops Flight Facility, NASA's Langley Research Center and the Colorado Space Grant Consortium.