Read biographies of some of the key people in the firing room during launch.
The Mars Curriculum Modules help bring the topic of Mars into your 4-12 classrooms.
Is there water on the moon? LCROSS hopes to find some!
Fifty years later, X-15 test pilot and former space shuttle commander Joe Engle recalls the highs and lows of this unique, high-speed research aircraft.
Create your own podcast about spacesuits with NASA video and audio clips.
Add multimedia content to your lessons. NASA offers many different podcasts on a variety of topics.
The purpose of this project is to achieve human exploration and development of space without exceeding an acceptable level of risk from exposure to space radiation.
Send the Mars team a rock, and they will use a special tool like the one on the Mars rover to tell you what the rock is made of.
Trace our understanding of the universe during the last 100 years with six posters resembling newspaper front pages.
Learn some of the key events that take place at each milestone prior to touchdown.
Learn more about this mission to study Pluto and the Kuiper Belt.
STS-127 Commander Mark Polansky invited his Twitter followers to submit questions that he answered from orbit during his mission.
Celebrate the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with these activities planned nationwide.
Use this interactive map to find moon rocks and Apollo astronaut hometowns near you.
Try the Temperature Game, Shoot a Cannonball into Orbit, or Build a Newtonian Physics Machine.
In a series of essays titled "Why We Explore", NASA Chief Historian Steven J. Dick writes about our current Age of Space as "a continuous story of voyages further and further from the home planet."
A love of astronomy helped one college student set a course for a variety of science internships at JPL.› View This Video
This thirty-minute magazine-style program highlights NASA's impact on daily lives, showcasing some of the 30,000 inventions developed by NASA over the past 50 years.
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.
Read about the people who teach astronauts how to wear and work in spacesuits; meet suit designers, technicians and engineers; and learn more about people who work behind the scenes of spacewalks.