Look back at Sun-Earth Day 2008 and learn about the Space Weather Action Center in this episode titled Magnetospherence™.› Download Vodcast
The Education Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California is hosting a live video chat about earthquakes on March 18, 2011, at 1 p.m. EDT.
See new images of our home planet.
NASA Awareness Week in Charlotte, N.C., got off to an exciting start March 2 at the city's convention center where almost 2,000 middle school students from across the state arrived for Education Day.
Being part of NES gives you access to resources and training to inspire your students.
NASA recently gave students the opportunity to test education applications developed with video gaming technology.
STS-133 astronauts prepare for the mission.
In this video, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden celebrates the achievements of African-American members of the NASA family.
This bookmark describes how teachers and students can submit a proposal to fly an experiment on NASA's Reduced Gravity aircraft.
Watch how NASA affects everyday technologies.
Now until August 2012, celebrate the solar system with monthly themes.
The first official image taken from the International Space Station's new Window Observational Research Facility features British Columbia.
Choose your favorite from each group.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Education Office is hosting a 30-minute live video chat about rovers and robotics on Jan. 27, 2011. Student questions may be submitted before the chat.
See what the change of seasons looks like from space.
Watch this short video to find out how to spot the International Space Station.
Where over the world is Commander Scott Kelly?
Do you have an idea for an experiment to do on the space station? Submit your idea by Dec. 8, 2010.
Check out this video of the Expedition 25 crew talking with students from the Texas School for the Deaf.
Download lessons, guides, posters and videos about flight.