05.11.10 - More than 37 years after humans last walked on the moon, planetary scientists are inviting members of the public to return to the lunar surface as "virtual astronauts."
The first National Lab Day is brings learning activities to thousands of students to improve science, technology, engineering and math education.› Features, Images, Video | › Administrator Bolden's Blog Post →
05.04.10 - Learn insider tips on 2010's meteor showers and see how to make the most of each opportunity to watch a visitor from space take that final dive.
Hubble has been responsible for some of the most pivotal recent discoveries in our continued quest to learn more about our universe.
Find NASA pictures, multimedia and articles with a focus on Earth Day.
Share how you and your family help our planet. Learn how NASA studies Earth.
04.13.10 - NASA's new Station Spacewalk Game gives players the experience of what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
04.12.10 - Congratulations to the 2010 winning teams and all race participants!
04.07.10 - The astronauts of STS-131 are carrying a diverse range of souvenirs to celebrate their achievements.
On her first spaceflight, STS-131 astronaut Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger operates the space shuttle's robotic arm.› Educator Version | › Students Version
Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-131 mission and crew.
04.02.10 - The all-girl "Space Cookies" robotics team is gearing up for its fifth season of FIRST Robotics.
03.29.10 - A lunar habitat module, paper that captures sound as energy and a drug delivery system for use in space. What do these inventions have in common? They’re all concepts being developed for commercialization by high school students competing in the Conrad Foundation’s Innovation Summit.
06.17.10 - With the "Toy Story" franchise returning to the big screen, fans of the films can learn about real-life space travel, thanks to a DVD inside look at the International Space Station from that fictional space ranger, Buzz Lightyear.
03.23.10 - The NASA ePDN offers free certificate programs to prepare teachers to engage their students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics using NASA-developed resources.
03.09.10 - Scientists expect the Solar Dynamics Observatory to provide the most detailed view ever of the sun and improve forecasts of solar activity.
03.09.10 - Celebrate Sun-Earth Day on March 20, 2010. Find educational resources to highlight the science of electricity, magnetism and plasma. And join the Sun-Earth Day team for a live webcast.
03.19.10 - Stop by the NASA booth and attend NASA workshops at the NSTA Conference taking place March 18-21, 2010, in Philadelphia.
03.19.10 - Join GLOBE on March 22, 2010, for a worldwide effort to raise awareness of water quality on a global scale. Teacher resources are available.
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