STScI created the new video called 'Infrared: Beyond the Visible,' to help explain the purpose and benefits of using infrared light in astronomy.
Audio and video podcasts on NASA missions looking for answers deep into the cosmos.
Students win an opportunity to do research in the International Space Station laboratory's microgravity environment while attending high school.
Follow NASA on Twitter, Facebook, You Tube and more.
Join a panel of space scientists on Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. in Pasadena, Calif., as they discuss this historic mission. Or view a live webcast of the event.
Sign up to let your students use a camera on the Odyssey orbiter to take their own image of the Red Planet and analyze it using the scientific method.
Learn about the key moments in the history of the American space program.
Landing a spacecraft on Mars is a big challenge! This video explains three ways to land on the surface of the Red Planet.
Nearly 300 of the world's top chemistry students visited NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center on July 23, 2012, as part of the International Chemistry Olympiad.
The SatCam app lets you capture observations of sky and ground conditions at the same time an Earth observation satellite is overhead.
Test your knowledge of global temperature change and its impact on Earth's climate.
You need experience? USLI can give you experience.
These images show space- and ground-based views of the Waldo Canyon Fire near Colorado Springs, Colo.
Watch a Digital Learning Network question-and-answer event connecting high school students in Galveston, Texas, with mission control in Houston.
Graduating seniors heard about NASA's past, present and future during the first Brevard Top Scholars Day...
Check out this interactive 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. See the entire solar system moving in real time.
Follow Curiosity on its journey to Mars. Simulated views on this site are updated daily.
Focus on labs brings honor students to Kennedy Space Center.
The king of quiz shows, Alex Trebek, is helping answer the question, "How does NASA affect our daily lives?"