Register now for a space weather challenge from the IRIS mission team. The challenge begins on Feb. 4, 2013.
In case you missed it, see what Jupiter was up to.
This year, 5,300 sixth-graders were bused to Kennedy Space Center's Visitor Complex for space week.
Apply by Jan. 28, 2013, to talk to space station astronauts.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
Gail Jackson finds beauty in her work.
An electric airplane may be in our future.
View the storm from the space station.
Find ways to get involved with NASA.
Students spoke with an astronaut via amateur radio.
NASA satellite images show good locations for growing crops.
Download "the coolest way to get stories about NASA's exploration."
Watch video segments to learn to use these problem-based mathematics activities.
Follow the timeline of a space mission.
The telescope captured the center of globular cluster M 4.
Plan for the school year with challenges, resources and exciting opportunities from NASA.
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NASA's Associate Administrator of Education and former Astronaut Leland Melvin recalls when he applied to the astronaut program. He had family members telling him he couldn’t be an astronaut, but his dreams surpassed any obstacles that stood in his way, and Melvin made it happen.
NASA completed a pilot program for mentoring of girls in grades 5-8.
Download this activity guide and watch a how-to video for students about designing and launching rubber-band-powered rockets.