Speak with astronauts via ham radio. Applications are due July 15, 2011.
Winners announced in NASA’s 2011 Waste Limitation, Management and Recycling Design Challenge.
This video compares living on Earth to the vacuum of space.
Download posters and videos of amazing Hubble imagery.
Watch the space shuttle Endeavour's view of the space station.
NASA has proof that kids still get excited by the basics of science. Let their energy inspire you.
Fifth-graders take home an award for their video on how a NASA technology helps protect skin against exposure to harmful ultraviolet rays.
Visit the newly redesigned site to find over 300 education modules for elementary students. Content is available in English and Spanish.
On April 12, 2011, students were presented the NASA OPTIMUS PRIME trophy.
Trap good ozone and zap bad ozone.
Narrated by William Shatner, this video highlights the shuttle's history.
Through an interactive webcast hosted by the Digital Learning Network, students across the country connected with NASA's first female center director.
Space shuttle Endeavour lifts off on April 19, 2001.
See the winning videos created by students for the OPTIMUS PRIME contest.
NASA researchers are testing biofuel on a DC-8 to measure its performance and emissions.
NASA astronaut Cady Coleman, in orbit aboard the International Space Station, and musician Ian Anderson, founder of the rock band Jethro Tull, joined together for the first space-Earth duet.
Let students construct a habitat in class.
Through April 6, 2011, observe and record the magnitude of stars as a means of measuring light pollution in your area.
The Voyager spacecraft are hurtling toward interstellar space, more than 10 billion miles from the sun. Submit your students' questions about the Voyager missions to be answered in a live TV event on April 28, 2011.
Find fast facts about the fast planet.