The 2013 DuPont essay winners visit NASA's Kennedy Space Center and share their personal stories relating to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Students from a half-dozen junior and senior high schools get a first-hand look at technology and engineering in action during ITEA event.
Wildflowers grow atop a NASA building.
Video explains how students take pictures of Earth from the space station.
A super-material finds its home on rockets and in your shoes.
Learn what a water balloon can teach about climate change on Earth.
NASA is celebrating Earth Day every day.
Young women from schools in Florida's Putnam and Volusia counties recently participated in a panel discussion with NASA professionals on making career choices.
Learn more about NASA's role in fostering a successful commercial space program.
Middle schoolers learned how NASA uses uncrewed aircraft.
Many think that Earth is closer to the sun in summer. That is incorrect!
Wonder what it's like to control a camera on the International Space Station? More than 30,000 students found out as part of the EarthKAM mission.
Attend a week-long workshop with NASA and UC Berkeley.
Astronaut Suni Williams gives an inside look at the space station with this series of videos.
Listen to experts explain the Dawn mission.
As NASA honored the astronauts lost on Columbia's STS-107 mission, students from a crew member's hometown joined Day of Remembrance ceremonies.
See how climate change has affected glaciers and other ice on Earth.
The Super-Tiger balloon has been aloft more than 46 days.
Events on the sun 300 years ago may have resulted in beautiful music we still hear today.
The next mission is Jan. 29 - Feb. 1. It will allow students to photograph Earth from a camera on the space station.