NASA has a new online science resource for teachers and students to help bring Earth, the solar system and the universe into their schools and homes.
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Explore the exciting worlds of aviation technology and air traffic management.
This video explains what causes a solar eclipse.
Explore the universe through Hubble's eye and witness the most dangerous, spectacular and mysterious depths of the cosmos.
Three new crew members are joining the ranks on board the International Space Station.
This NASA educational brief, featuring the X-1, investigates the basics of flight with a paper model of the first supersonic aircraft.
Find teaching materials and events in your area to celebrate this worldwide event taking place Oct. 4-10.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
An online scanning electron microscope allows students to zoom in and focus on a variety of built-in microscope samples.
Deck out your desktop with these celestial backgrounds.
NASATalk is a collaborative platform highlighting available NASA resources and products and how teachers are using them.
Learn how a series of zeros and ones becomes pictures of distant planets.
For thousands of year, Mars has captured the human imagination. Read about how the Red Planet makes its mark in our pop culture.
Students flew aircraft from Melbourne, Fla., to NASA's Kennedy Space Center with flight instructors.
World champion athletes, NASA engineers and an astronaut demonstrate laws of motion.
Get the up-to-date information about the latest rover to land on the Red Planet.
Learn how NASA is using airborne imaging missions to study coral reef systems.
There are many mascots for space science and exploration, but who knew that giving a voice to a vegetable would catch on and inspire kids on Earth?
Earth's climate is a solar-powered system. Learn more about the flow of energy through different parts of the Earth system and how the planetary energy budget stays in balance.