Here are resources related to the Launch of crews to the International Space Station:
You can find more details in their listings in the At School section.
The mention of NASA may make us think of other planets, however the fact is that many NASA missions are satellites that are looking down on our planet and helping to study processes and track changes around the Earth.
The activities from the Nantucket Science Festival, hosted by the Maria Mitchell Association, are available online. These are at-home friendly activities covering a variety of topics.
The National Museum of Mathematics offers online sessions, some recurring regularly, for people of all ages, including some designed for senior citizens.
The ECHO Leahy Center for lake Champlain in Burlington Vermont offers a page that links to a wide assortment of activities and videos, including citizen science opportunities.
MOS at Home comes from the Boston Museum of Science. They offer videos, podcasts, and activities as well as virtual exhibits.
Science at Home from the Connecticut Science Center features virtual programs and videos as well as science activities for all ages.
Brookhaven National Laboratory provides a webpage of general activities as well as "Discover Brookhaven" challenges that award a certificate upon completion.