View the shuttle launch schedule, archives and factoids, as well as information on the wildlife refuge harbored within Kennedy's center.
An interactive slide show and quiz explain how NASA researchers are studying earthquakes one century after the San Francisco quake of 1906.
This SEMAA site has resources for involving families in education.
Actor Dwayne Johnson shares video messages about the importance of space exploration.
Astronaut Pam Melroy guides you through missions to Earth orbit, the moon and Mars.
Learn about and find activities related to infrared and IR astronomy.› View →
Make a podcast about staying fit.
Learn about NASA's newest rockets.
Download or order the poster with 11 activities on the back.
Use this module to teach about hurricanes.
The Mars Exploration Rover Spirit has become stuck in the Martian soil. Keep up with the latest efforts to free Spirit so it can continue to explore the Red Planet.
Through this Web site, students can operate real robotic ground-based telescopes called "MicroObservatories."
Through the S'COOL project, students report basic weather observations to NASA by recording the type and features of clouds in the sky at the time that a satellite passes over their location.
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The X-ray telescope was launched in 1999.
This satellite mission will measure global sea surface salinity.
Choose the correct "fix" for real astronauts' problems.
This Web site provides links to a number of Web sites with information about the Apollo missions to the moon.
Find in-depth explanations, schematics, videos and basic information about the space shuttle and its complex systems.
This site offers educational resources related to the Dawn mission.