NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has taken the first visible-light snapshot of a planet circling another star.
U.S. citizens engage in their right to vote from all over the world. But this Nov. 4, few ballots will have traveled as far as those cast by two NASA astronauts.
Launched on Oct. 19, 2008, IBEX will explore the boundaries of Earth's solar system. Learn more about the mission through questions and answers.
This satellite image gives a birds-eye view of the fires.
A next-generation space traveler gives students the opportunity to conduct space research.› Read and Comment
Share this video with your students to show them why cylinders are the shape of choice for space station design.
Middle and high school students conduct meaningful research while exploring underwater environments.› Read and Comment
ERCs are here to help educators learn about and use NASA's educational resources.
Expedition 17 astronaut Greg Chamitoff answers questions submitted online. Read his answers and send in a question.
This weekly Web comic follows the adventures of Alkina, a humanoid alien, and Epo, a spaceship/observatory. New episodes appear each Monday.
What happens when 43 high school students accept a challenge from NASA to build robots for a competition measuring both "smarts" and style?
In this video, Mission Commander Scott Altman describes why the astronauts visit Goddard Space Flight Center during their training.
Explore this interactive model to learn about the tools Phoenix is using to study the northern plains of Mars.
Research experience in a NASA student project gave Candy Barbaran the opportunity for hands-on learning.› Read and Comment
Bring NASA hurricane expert Dr. Jeffrey Halverson into your classroom with these one-to-four-minute video segments. Each segment links to National Education Standards.
Disney/Pixar's Wall-E lends a hand in teaching this lesson about proportion.› View This Video
NASA and the Southeast Regional Clearinghouse offer a collection of helpful hints and resources for STEM educators who work with persons with disabilities.
NASA is the major sponsor of this new permanent exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
Learn how NASA is using remote sensing to study coral reef ecosystems.
See the winning artwork from this year's contest for high school and college students.