Use interactive software that allows side-by-side comparisons of the planets.
Learn how NASA searches for Earth-like planets across the galaxy.
Videoconference with NASA to learn what it is like to live and work in space.
Try an integrated approach to environmental science.
NASA satellites study the home planet.
Earth's climates have continued to change since the beginning of time.
Participate in the Students' Cloud Observations On-Line.
Search the Solar System Exploration database of lessons and activities.
Teachers and scientists work together for a very cool science project.
Get the facts about recent missions with this interactive quiz.
Students can learn how airplanes, helicopters, blimps, hot-air balloons and rockets fly.
Find lesson plans and activities about astronomy and infrared light.
Check out this interactive timeline documenting NASA's 50-year evolution.
The launch of Sputnik began a new era in exploration that affected education. See how that era began.
Thirteen cards are available for downloading.
Learn how to begin this fascinating new hobby. Tips in this article include how to buy a telescope and where to find an astronomy club near you.
The Phoenix Mars Lander will explore near the Martian north pole.
Watch as astronaut Linda Godwin explains the purpose of extravehicular activities, or spacewalks.
Watch how students compare their sprouting seeds with seeds sprouted on the space shuttle.
Teach your students about a shuttle launch using this interactive site and educational resources.