Life in space may depend on it.
Watch clips about the twin spacecraft at the moon.
NASA owes its existence to a legacy in aeronautics that began just 12 years after the Wright Brothers' historic flight in 1903. Find out how that flight led to NASA's aeronautics program.
The best place to see the total eclipse will be Australia.
Erica Alston knew she must learn math to protect Earth's natural beauty.
Students can video chat with a flight officer.
Blog posts and other Earth Science Week materials can be used to address National Science Standards and AAAS Benchmarks for Scientific Literacy.
A NASA spacecraft has beamed back a song sung by our planet.
Find teaching materials and events in your area to celebrate this worldwide event taking place Oct. 4-10.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
Bring real-time information from the International Space Station into your classroom with this interactive website.
Click an image, then zoom in for detail.
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Use this site to help students learn the steps of science.
This site helps students understand global climate change.
Browse images of rockets; read about rocket scientists; and find out what makes a rocket, a rocket.
Read the blog by people working on Mars missions.
The Sample Analysis at Mars is a lab inside the Curiosity rover.
Find lessons and events about the Red Planet.
Learn about the mission to find new planets.