Disney's Space Ranger gets training tips from the real Buzz -- Apollo 11 moonwalker Buzz Aldrin.› View This Video
05.31.08 - Activity sheets and kids' games help celebrate Buzz Lightyear's journey to the International Space Station.› Read and Comment
06.17.08 - How do researchers and rocket scientists explain their work so people outside the scientific community can understand? Enter Exploration 101, a hard-copy communiqué from NASA to the public.
Buzz Lightyear is set to start a new adventure on the STS-124 space shuttle mission.› View This Video
05.28.08 - Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-124 mission and crew.
05.20.08 - The International Year of Astronomy comes 400 years after Galileo's historic gaze into the night sky.› Read and Comment
05.13.08 - Derrick Lampkin is designing suitcase-sized machines to help scientists study subzero settings from warmer confines.› Read and Comment
05.06.08 - Astronaut Roger Crouch visits schools in Virginia to compare exploration of the past with the exploration of space.› Read and Comment
04.30.08 - Scientists take their "chilling" stories of the poles on the road in a nationwide tour.› Read and Comment
04.23.08 - This Web site features information about Earth, heliophysics, planets and astrophysics with links for educators, kids and citizen scientists.
04.16.08 - NASA is now accepting applications for its 2009 astronaut class. Teaching, including instruction at the K-12 level, is considered to be qualifying experience. Educators are encouraged to apply.
04.09.08 - Learn more about the latest crew to live and work aboard the International Space Station.
04.02.08 - A Washington middle school is using its partnership with NASA as a springboard for more opportunities.
04.09.08 - Contestants in NASA's 15th Annual Great Moonbuggy Race have crossed the finish line.
03.26.08 - NASA's Great Moonbuggy Race lets students work on the same challenges engineers are facing.› Read and Comment
03.12.08 - NASA engineer Sonya Hutchinson gives her time to inspire tomorrow's aerospace workforce.
03.26.08 - More than 4 billion years old, the massive Vesta and Ceres asteroids could be windows into the "dawn" of the solar system.
03.13.08 - NASA resources can help educators explain space weather and the sun-Earth connection to students.
03.05.08 - Find educational resources and information on NASA's STS-123 mission and crew.› Read and Comment
02.27.08 - Suggestions are due March 31, 2008. Participants will receive a "Certificate of Participation."