California middle school students using the camera on NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter have found lava tubes with one pit that appears to be a skylight to a cave.
This archive contains digitized photos, movies and drawings of unique research aircraft flown at NASA.
Spinoffs reveal Earth benefits of NASA technologies.
See how astronauts' "personal spacecraft" have changed from Mercury to Shuttle and into the future.
NASA satellites can observe changes in pollination.› View this video
Build a basic scale model of the shuttle and find the glide ratio of its flight.
Solar Dynamics Observatory returns new views of the sun.
The 2009 Expedition 19 crew was the first to drink recycled water on the space station.› View This Video
These resources provide a framework for educating all citizens about climate literacy.
NASA's new Station Spacewalk Game gives players the experience of what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
Space Florida selects three winning school teams whose experiments will be sent to The Mars Society's Mars Desert Research Station in Utah.
The Space Shuttle Program has generated more than 100 technology spinoffs that benefit everyday life.
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Register now to participate in the April 12-16, 2010, chats with scientists.
Students in grades 3-6 are challenged to design a sport to be played on Mars. Entries are due Feb. 28, 2010.
Watch the slideshow with photos from the STS-130 mission.
Submissions for this contest must be received by April 15, 2010.
Students launch an online investigation about fitness.
Build your own podcast about robots.
Gather data from seismic locations to pinpoint the epicenter of an earthquake.