01.25.12 - Candice Hansen emphasizes the importance of imagination and wonder in science.
Twenty-six educators will partner with professional astronomers on research flights aboard NASA's SOFIA flying observatory in 2012-13.
01.12.12 - A test version of NASA's Orion spacecraft will give residents in three states the chance to see the vehicle that will take humans into deep space.
01.25.12 - Picture Post helps citizen scientists of all ages connect to their local environment and discover how it is changing.
In parts of the U.S., winter seems to be on hold this year. Climatologist Bill Patzert explains what's going on.
01.18.12 - Blue Marble Matches shows students how Earth's geologic processes help scientists learn about other planets.
1.11.12 - Looking for proof of the inspirational impact of the ISS? Speak to the educators participating in the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program.
See photos of the station and the work being done on board. To print the calendar on 8.5-by-11 paper, set the printer to a "shrink to fit" option.› Download calendar
01.11.12 - A weekly Web comic teaches students of all ages about the wonders of our universe.
Find out how NASA is participating in the 2012 FIRST Robotics competition.
1.5.12 - Teachers from around the country learn about rocket and balloon flight from NASA.
01.05.12 - Mark Chandler uses past climates to see what Earth's future climate may be.
12.14.11 - Almost 6,000 students explored what it's like to live in space during the ninth Brevard County Space Week in Florida.
12.07.11 - Videos and a full-color, downloadable book teach students about the electromagnetic spectrum.
Watch a special New Year's message from the Expedition 30 crew members aboard the International Space Station.
Take a virtual sleigh ride over the real landscapes of Mars, courtesy of NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Happy holidays from the Cassini Solstice mission.
Send some holiday cheer to the astronauts on the International Space Station.
Have you ever been curious about where all the technology in your school, home, car, computer or office comes from?