Move your mouse over each flight day for details on the mission.
View Earth through the eyes of the Landsat-7 satellite.
This interactive feature outlines advancements in both commercial and military aircraft.
Find out when the space station is over your city, or track where it is right now.
Find out when the U.S. launched its first satellite and other historical tidbits with photos that highlight 50 years of NASA milestones and a decade of space station assembly.› Download calendar (8.6 Mb PDF)
Free, interactive videoconferencing and webcasts allow you and your students to participate with NASA.
Explore optics and the history of telescopes, from Galileo to NASA's Great Observatories, by using this interactive Web site.
Mars and Earth are at their closest this month, so now is your best chance to see our planetary neighbor.
Watch as Clay Anderson talks about growing plants on the space station and asks students to get involved.› View This Video
Find posters, lesson plans and other educational resources about the Red Planet.
Learn more about NASA spacecraft studying our home planet.
Take part in this interactive event on Oct. 19, 2007.
Join team members in a Live Chat on Sept. 25, 2007.
Use these video, print and online resources in your classroom.