This video series looks at the past and future of the orbiting outpost.
World champion athletes, NASA engineers and an astronaut demonstrate laws of motion.
A teacher from Virginia worked with NASA to develop a fun engineering kit.
Grow basil seeds that have been to the space station and back.
View a slideshow of surprising facts about our home planet.
Now that the GRAIL mission is underway, the two robotic spacecraft need names. Have your students send names and explain their choices. The deadline is Nov. 11, 2011.
Farms across the U.S. honor NASA with corn maze designs.
Watch the Space Launch System animation.
NASA's GRAIL app has specific information about the purpose of the mission.› Download app →
Teachers commonly ask students to share summer experiences. This year a few can say that they controlled satellites on the ISS!
The subject "phases of the moon" tops the list of things that students misunderstand.
A panel of expert judges has selected the top three middle and high school entries for the Because It Flew NASA Space Shuttle Art Competition.
Get the facts and figures of black holes in this slideshow.
Learn to use NASA educational products.
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center hosted a summer event for girls.
Students learn about the solar system with facts and quizzes.
The Solar System Exploration site has facts about the mission to Jupiter.
The STS-135 crew received a pop-star wake-up call.
The end of the Space Shuttle Program does not mean the end of NASA.
Participate in a variety of interactive experiences to learn how the Space Shuttle Program affects your daily life.