High school intern Jessica Liang shares her experiences this summer working with the Mars Public Engagement team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
High school students program small bowling-ball-sized robots on the International Space Station.
A group of space-minded Girl Scouts "ooh" and "ah" at the night launch of space shuttle Endeavour.
More than 200 college and high school students thought of when creating art and design entries to submit to NASA's '2010 Life and Work on the Moon Art and Design Contest.'
Find answers to frequently asked questions about astronomy and astrophysics or submit your own question to be answered by an expert.
NASA Glenn provides high school students the opportunity to launch scientific experiments into the stratosphere aboard a weather balloon.
This video explains the noises made when the space shuttle comes in for a landing.
This NASA's Brain Bites video will answer the question.
Build a basic scale model of the shuttle and find the glide ratio of its flight.
NASA set out on a monumental journey with the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope in April 1990. Since then, it has captured the minds and imaginations of people around the world.
Test your knowledge of what's real and what isn't in the search for life beyond Earth.
Sometimes even the smallest things someone does can make a difference in preventing global warming.
NASA's new Station Spacewalk Game gives players the experience of what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
The all-girl "Space Cookies" robotics team is gearing up for its fifth season of FIRST Robotics.
Space Florida selects three winning school teams whose experiments will be sent to The Mars Society's Mars Desert Research Station in Utah.
In this vodcast, learn about alternative energy sources and how our current way of generating energy is affecting Earth negatively.
The Space Weather Media Viewer allows you to view real-time NASA satellite images of the sun and Earth. Videos are also available that answer questions about the sun.
Use these videos to celebrate Sun-Earth Day in your classroom.
Join thousands of students and families around the globe March 3-16, 2010, in a hunt for stars.
Follow along on Twitter for space-related educational activities and resources for teachers.