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12.23.09 - This is a long-term professional development program that prepares high school science teachers to use NASA data. Applications are due Jan. 15, 2010.
12.23.09 - Like sugar plum fairies in "The Nutcracker," the moons of Saturn performed a celestial ballet before the eyes of NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
12.22.09 - Monthly themes offer a glimpse into topics such as a typical day in the life of a crew member, the staff that supports the station, and the massive dimensions of the orbiting research facility.
12.15.09 - Send friends and relatives best wishes for the season with Hubble printable holiday cards.
12.15.09 - NASA's most popular climate change videos, as well as visuals related to life on Earth, the oceans, the land, the atmosphere, and other Earth science topics, are available on this site.
12.01.09 - The Top Stars contest that recognizes inspiring uses of the Hubble Space Telescope in education continues through January 2010.
12.01.09 - NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden joined the space station crew in promoting International Education Week.
11.23.09 - A good way to bring a cool mission like WISE into the classroom is to focus on how we use infrared to study the universe.
President Obama has launched an "Educate to Innovate" campaign to improve the participation and performance of America's students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).› Read More → | › Remarks by the President →
Astronauts Nicole Stott and Jeff Williams share the experience of spending Turkey Day in orbit.› View This Video
11.19.09 - Actor Dwayne Johnson takes to the stars as an astronaut in a new animated feature that brings important messages about the importance of space exploration and education to those of us here on Earth.
11.17.09 - Learn how NASA uses robotics to explore Earth, the solar system and beyond.
11.20.09 - Participate in a unique day of ingenuity, passion, innovation, laughter, creativity, beauty, sharing and, most importantly, ideas capable of changing the world ideas worth spreading.
11.10.09 - Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-129 mission and crew.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan hosted Washington area students for a live discussion with Expedition 21 astronauts aboard the space station.› View This Video
10.16.09 - Space science professor David Hurd creates tactile teaching materials that make the planets in the solar system "feel as they look."
11.03.09 - College students who worked behind-the-scenes of NASA's EarthKAM project now work on the inside.
10.30.09 - NASA Astrophysicist John Mather, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2006, will answer video questions uploaded on YouTube.
10.20.09 - A White House celebration recognizes a NASA-sponsored student robotics team.