Keri Hallau is an Online Science Curriculum Development Specialist at the Montana State University Department of Physics. She began writing curriculum materials for Project WET, the Worldwide Water Education foundation, and now for various NASA missions. Her work includes print materials and online curriculum materials, and specifically interactive animations exploring concepts relevant to those missions. She has created activities and interactives for the Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn and Titan, the Chandrayaan-1 (Indian Space Research Organisation) mission to the Moon, the New Horizons mission to Pluto, the MESSENGER mission to Mercury, and the Van Allen Probes (formerly Radiation Belt Storm Probes) mission to orbit Earth in the Van Allen radiation belts.
For more information on these projects see the links below:
- MESSENGER Education and Public Outreach
- New Horizons
- New Horizons educator guide
- Van Allen Probes
- Van Allen Probes teaching guides
- Cassini-Huygens Project Spectra! online interactive