NASA's Juno spacecraft is heading to Jupiter. It captured this image of Earth and the moon from 6 million miles away.
A panel of expert judges has selected the top three middle and high school entries for the Because It Flew NASA Space Shuttle Art Competition.
Learn how data across the electromagnetic spectrum is used by astronomers to learn about the Milky Way's shape, size and composition.
This site provides classroom experiments and resources. Topics include earthquakes, hurricanes, satellite imagery, biomes, vegetation and sea-surface temperatures.
NASA satellites beam data from space; now the Agency is beaming it straight to your iPad.
View this short video for an overview of the NASA's Juno mission to study Jupiter.
Juno posters, fact sheets, and bookmarks, as well as Jupiter lithographs, are available to educators and astronomy groups.
The winning design of a NASA student competition to create a new greener aircraft looks a little like a cross between a plane and a Swiss army knife.
Inexpensive monitors allow high school and college students to detect solar storms as chances for a severe one increase.
For these students and teachers, NASA was the first step in their incredible journey.
Merritt Island High School engineering club members are taking their vibration data collection idea to new heights.
Teachers and students from the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Indian Creek High School visited Goddard Space Flight Center.
Read the latest posts from former astronaut and NASA's Associate Administrator for Education.
From lunar landings to distant stars, Carlotta Pham's NASA internships presented a universe of opportunity.
On his way to a NASA career, research engineer Quenton Bonds was an entrepreneur, a high school science teacher and a participant in multiple NASA student projects.
NASA intern Ashley Allman helped develop a program to help keep Robonaut 2 and astronauts on the space station safe.
Inspire your students with these videos from members of the space station crew.› Ron Garan Video
STS-134 is delivering the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to the space station. AMS will look for antimatter and dark matter. Find out more about this mysterious missing mass.
Keep up with the latest news, images and videos about this historic mission to the planet Mercury.
NASA astronaut Cady Coleman, in orbit aboard the International Space Station, and musician Ian Anderson, founder of the rock band Jethro Tull, joined together for the first space-Earth duet.