NASA satellites study the home planet.
NASA's Nobel Laureate tells his story of the universe, from the Big Bang to the James Webb Space Telescope.
This NASA video segment explores how Newton's second law of motion applies to aerospace.
On Friday, Jan. 11th, high school students from around the world joined in fierce competition to claim the championship spot.
This two-sided poster highlights key aeronautics research and flight test achievements from 1957 through NASA's 50th anniversary in 2008.
Would you like someone from NASA to visit your classroom?
Scientist Camille Alleyne discusses a new education publication that highlights space station investigations and activities that inspire students.
Dec. 21, 2012, wasn't the end of the world, and here's why.
Bring real-time information from the International Space Station into your classroom with this interactive website.
This annotated bibliography covering the space shuttle program from 1992 to 2011 is now available as an e-Book.
This NASA educational brief, featuring the X-1, investigates the basics of flight with a paper model of the first supersonic aircraft.
A total solar eclipse will be visible in Australia on Nov. 14, 2012. Join this live webcast from Cairns, Australia!
The discovery of planets continues to expand beyond the domain of professional astronomers.
Four NASA researchers visited a California high school to share their thoughts on career paths, experiences and career choices.
For more than a decade, the space station has provided hands-on educational opportunities that encourage students to go beyond passive learning.
Learn about Earth science careers.
This summer, about 450 students took part in internships and student programs offered at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California.
Download the game to build and upgrade a communications network to support scientific missions.
STScI created the new video called 'Infrared: Beyond the Visible,' to help explain the purpose and benefits of using infrared light in astronomy.