12.16.08 - To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the space station, NASA is offering a 2009 calendar that contains photographs taken from the space station and highlights historic NASA milestones and fun facts.
12.16.08 - For the next several months, butterflies and spiders will be orbiting Earth. Get daily updates on these new "astronauts" and learn about butterfly and spider life in microgravity.
12.09.08 - Space Science Explorers talks with three people working to prolong the life of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
11.24.08 - Using a piece of transparent plastic and some tape, STS-126 Mission Specialist Don Pettit builds a coffee cup that works in a weightless environment.› View This Video
11.04.08 - NASA's IBEX spacecraft explores the battle at the edge of the solar system.
11.12.08 - Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-126 mission and crew.
10.31.08 - The Cassini-Huygens team sends "best witches" for a happy, healthy and fun Halloween.› View image | › Hear Spooky Sounds From Saturn →
10.28.08 - Planned for a 2010 launch, the Aquarius satellite will measure sea surface salinity. Visit this site to learn more about salinity and to find classroom activities relating to the Aquarius mission.
10.21.08 - Follow this ongoing series as it pays tribute to each of the manned Apollo missions.
10.15.08 - Learn more about Earth's closest neighbor with this site's Kids' Eye View section and gallery of images, facts and figures.
10.07.08 - Melissa Rey from Chesterfield, Mo., was named "America's Top Young Scientist" at the 2008 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.
10.07.08 - The theme of this year's Earth Science Week, Oct. 12-18, urges young people to get outside and explore the natural world.› Read and Comment
10.06.08 - Students test out their own ideas as part of NASA's Engineering Design Challenge to create a lunar plant growth chamber.› Read and Comment
10.06.08 - NASA's new booklet on teaching exceptional students draws on the wisdom of those who know how to do it best.› Read and Comment
09.30.08 - At the detention facility where he teaches, Daniel Loewen is using NASA projects to help students get their lives back on track.› Read and Comment
09.24.08 - Learn more about key innovations and milestones in chemistry, physics, engineering and space exploration from NASA's fifty-year history.
09.23.08 - From the classroom to Earth orbit to a new university position, Barbara Morgan has always been, foremost, an educator.› Read and Comment
09.23.08 - NASA scientists are learning about the effects of spaceflight on the human body by studying people on the ground.› Read and Comment
09.16.08 - Join the mailing list to receive e-mails to stay informed about updates to the "Imagine Mars" Web site and related activities.
09.09.08 - Visit each Tuesday throughout the school year for a new mathematics problem relating to space science and astronomy. Archived problems are also available.