Submissions for this contest must be received by April 15, 2010.
Astronaut Sandy Magnus puts her culinary skills to work to spice up traditional space food fare aboard the International Space Station.
The space station commander answers questions about butterflies in space, radiation and living in close quarters for months at a time.› View This Video
NFL quarterback Kurt Warner explains how football is similar to launching space vehicles in this short video.
NASA's Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competition challenges participants to design aircraft of the future.
The NASA Balloonsat High Altitude Flight competition, sponsored by the NASA Glenn Research Center Educational Programs Office and the Teaching From Space Program, is an opportunity for students to experience an authentic flight mission, like that of a sounding rocket, from start to finish.
View images and read facts about the solar system. The front of each lithograph features images from NASA missions or illustrations of objects in the solar system.
A team of young rocket scientists tells the high-flying tale of the rocket they built for NASA's Student Launch Initiative.
This is a long-term professional development program that prepares high school science teachers to use NASA data. Applications are due Jan. 15, 2010.
They're high school students, organizing in teams, learning about fabrication, about public relations and computer programming, computer-aided design, electronics and animation.
Learn about wavelengths beyond the familiar visible spectrum.
Test your programming skills with ROVER. Guide the robot over an analog of 12 terrain grids without consuming all of its battery power. Watch out for obstacles!› Play interactive game
Explore the history of planet hunting and the search for another Earth.
NASA's Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Aerospace Academy is a national program for historically underserved and underrepresented K-12 youth.
See pictures of the Red Planet.
Mission engineers working on the Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite discuss what it’s like to build a satellite from scratch.› View This Video
NASA's Station Spacewalk Game simulates what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
Use the videos and educational materials in this kit to inspire and engage your students in America's return to the moon on Oct. 9, 2009.
In this video, a test pilot explains Newton's Laws of Motion.
Find out how NASA can help parents and teachers "build" their own rocket scientists.