04.23.10 - The smoke has dissipated, the thunder has fallen silent. Who are the winners?
04.20.10 - In this MY NASA DATA lesson, students use real ozone data to answer questions about ozone levels. Students also use the data to study the location and timing of the ozone hole.
Watch live feeds of the FIRST Robotics Competition, covering six fields from Atlanta's Georgia Dome. The competition runs April 15-17, 2010.
04.12.10 - Congratulations to the 2010 winning teams and all race participants!
04.13.10 - Online learning activities allow students to trace, measure and reveal features in satellite images.
04.02.10 - Though the New Horizons NASA Knights team didn’t win the FIRST Virginia Regional robotics tournament last month, the team earned the highest honor presented to any team at the event.
04.06.10 - This short video explains why astronauts on the International Space Station do not use the sun to tell time.
Student teams from around the globe will drive their specially crafted lunar rovers through a challenging course of rugged, moon-like terrain at NASA's 17th annual Great Moonbuggy Race, April 9-10.
04.27.10 - In this lesson, by analyzing differences in incoming solar radiation graphs, students determine areas of the country that are most likely to produce solar energy.
03.16.10 - In this activity, students build and operate a simple magnetometer using a soda bottle and a bar magnet. When completed, the magnetometer is used to monitor changes in Earth's magnetic field.
03.02.10 - This educator guide contains a collection of mathematics and reading activities that explore the sun-Earth system.
03.02.10 - In this activity, students learn about the stratigraphy, or rock layering, of lava flows produced by multiple eruptions.
Find out how NASA is participating in the 2010 FIRST Robotics competition.
02.23.10 - Marshall Space Flight Center aerospace engineer Chris Randall was honored Feb. 18 for his career achievements.
Students will use scientific notation to represent numbers in astronomical problems. Student and teacher pages are included.
02.17.10 - Flex your creative muscle and make your own podcast about staying fit, even in space.
02.09.10 - This educator guide enables students to experiment with the forces and processes microgravity scientists are investigating today.
01.19.10 - Teach your students about the Earth system with satellite observations and resources on this page. Use the toolkits on the site to quickly assemble highly interactive Web-based activities.
01.05.10 - In this lesson, students compare NASA satellite data observations with student surface measurements of snow cover and temperature.
12.15.09 - This activity requires that students calculate the diameter of the moon by comparing it to a 2-centimeter cardboard disc.