This interactive feature outlines advancements in both commercial and military aircraft.
The registration deadline for this conference hosted by NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab is Jan. 22, 2008.
Learn about the aviation and space exploration milestones that took place this month in history.
Join the excitement as NASA broadcasts the FIRST Robotics Kick-off event on Jan. 5, 2008 starting at 10 a.m. EST. View the event live on NASA TV.
Mars and Earth are at their closest this month, so now is your best chance to see our planetary neighbor.
The picture of the Earth on this NASA lithograph was taken by the crew of Apollo 17.
New planets are found almost every month! Stay on top of the latest discoveries with PlanetQuest.
Involve your students in designing the aircraft of the future.
Educators are encouraged to apply to become a part of the next class of astronauts.
In 2007, the FIRST competition will reach more than 28,000 high school-aged students on nearly 1,300 teams in 37 regional events. The competitions are high-tech, spectator sporting events, the result of lots of brainstorming, teamwork, mentoring, project timelines, and deadlines.
For the past 12 years, the NASA Robotics Alliance Project has been supporting participation in FIRST by providing grants to high school teams, as well as sponsoring FIRST regional competitions.
Check out the previous competitions in which NASA participated.› 2006
Botball is a hands-on robotics experience that teaches students the practical applications of science, technology, engineering and math.
BEST is a nonprofit, volunteer organization whose mission is to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science and technology through participation in a sports-like, science- and engineering-based robotics competition.
Submit your letter of intent by Dec. 15, 2006.
Register your team today! The next race is in April 2007.