Make a real contribution to science by being a backyard meteorologist. Join the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network.
Discover the Cosmos of Hubble and Webb on the iPad®.
The NASA Space Place site has activities related to projects in nature, science and health; communication; orienteering; and more.
Engage visitors with this series of games. Background information, conversation starters, and printing and assembly instructions are included.
Download posters that list astronauts who were Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Show your troop that "the path to high adventure begins with scouting."
NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is home to a new Angry Birds exhibit with interactive games that make learning fun.
Use hands-on activities to bring the excitement of NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter to children ages 8-13.
NASA is recruiting peer reviewers to evaluate informal education proposals.
Download high-quality Spitzer Space Telescope video for your presentations.
NASA would like to feature your photographs and videos, with credit, of our active sun on the Sun-Earth Days Flickr group.
Weeks after an asteroid exploded over the Ural Mountains, scientists are beginning to understand the origin and make-up of the unexpected space rock.
NASA's Johnson Space Center operates a traveling exhibits program. Organizations and museums may use displays, models, spacesuits and space artifacts.
Eligible schools and museums may view available artifacts and request specific items at the website through March 4, 2013.
The asteroid will not collide with Earth, according to NASA’s Near-Earth Object Program Office.
Register today to help the Dawn Science Team investigate and analyze high-resolution images of the giant asteroid Vesta.
When you board an airplane, realize that NASA works every day to make flying more efficient and safe.› View video
Landsat's 40-year legacy continues on Feb.11, 2013, with the next mission. Plan a party with these resources and watch the launch on NASA TV.
The video explains that on Feb. 15 an asteroid about half the size of a football field will fly past Earth -- closer than many man-made satellites.
Proposers may request a grant or cooperative agreement to support NASA-themed STEM informal education.
Check in on Foursquare to earn this new NASA-themed badge.