Through April 6, 2011, observe and record the magnitude of stars as a means of measuring light pollution in your area.
The NASA Knights, a FIRST Robotics team from Hampton, Va., spent all of February building and programming a robot to participate in the 2011 LogoMotion competition.
84 teams of future engineers will demonstrate their ingenuity at NASA's 18th annual Great Moonbuggy Race, set for April 1-2 in Huntsville, Ala.
These three videos discuss radiation: where it comes from, how it affects the human body, and measures that can be taken to protect against it.
NASA is set to conduct an innovative engineering test to help improve future heavy-lift launch vehicles design. Watch the event live online.› Read More
This time-lapse video shows an annular eclipse as seen by JAXA's Hinode satellite on Jan. 4, 2011.
The Education Office at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California is hosting a live video chat about earthquakes on March 18, 2011, at 1 p.m. EDT.
NASA intern Kyle Lewis found that an experience like his time at Wallops Flight Facility "can satisfy even the thirstiest minds."
NASA's Taking Up Space student blog will talk with STS-133 astronauts on the space station during a live educational downlink.
In this video, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden celebrates the achievements of African-American members of the NASA family.
Check out this video to find out where to look for Jupiter and Saturn in the night sky this month.
See a satellite image of the home of Punxsutawney Phil, the weather-predicting groundhog.
A NASA student opportunity opened new worlds for Erin Meekhof, from Mars to Abu Dhabi.
Find out some of the reasons people are inspired to join NASA.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Education Office is hosting a 30-minute live video chat about rovers and robotics on Jan. 27, 2011. Student questions may be submitted before the chat.
Students at Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California are not waiting for the university setting for ignition on their dreams.
Commander Scott Kelly is sharing his view from space and engaging the public with a virtual journey around the world via a geography trivia game on Twitter.
More than a dozen NASA engineers and support personnel will be packing their bags and spending their holidays in Antarctica.
NEON allows K-12 educators to collaborate with scientists, engineers, NASA Education Specialists and other STEM educators to help support their classroom work.
Check out this video of the Expedition 25 crew talking with students from the Texas School for the Deaf.