12.20.12 - Students across Alabama benefit from a collaboration among industry and NASA.
NASA is so sure the world won't end on Dec. 21, 2012, that they have already released a video for the day after.
Explore this interactive timeline to learn about 50 years of planetary exploration.
Apply by Jan. 28, 2013, to talk to space station astronauts.
NASA's and DESIGN SQUAD's online workshop helps educators and after-school leaders build their skills in guiding kids through engineering activities.
The Night Sky Network is a coalition of amateur astronomy clubs that brings the science, technology and inspiration of NASA's missions to the public.
Great for engaging the public at museums, science centers and schools, the Museum in a Box series provides hands-on lessons with an aeronautics theme.
New "make and take" activities support the Nov. 14, 2012 total eclipse.
NASA provides a limited number of rock samples for short- or long-term displays at museums, planetariums, or public events.
The phenomenon of gravity's ultimate manifestation is captured in a highly interactive kiosk software package free to informal education institutions.
Natural forces propel circulation patterns on Earth. The NASA movie LOOP presents circulation's story in poetic, energetic and compelling cinema.
These pages are to help informal educators convey the message about global climate change, the science behind satellite data and much more.
Join the live World Space Week events Oct 4-10, 2012, celebrating the Curiosity rover. Learn about the mission to Mars from NASA experts.
NASA and the Girl Scouts of the USA are committed to inspiring young women. Girls and troop leaders can find materials related to space science here.
September has two moon events: International Observe the Moon Night on the 22nd and the Moon Festival on the 30th.
A panel of experts examines key claims about end-of-the-world predictions and how to help the public deal with fears of those predictions.
NASA is offering more space shuttle heat shield tiles and food packaged for spaceflight to museums and schools. Apply while the supply lasts.
Astronomy clubs have events that are great for everyone! Most events are free or low-cost, and for all ages. Find an astronomy club and join the fun!
The SatCam app lets you capture observations of sky and ground conditions at the same time an Earth observation satellite is overhead.
When Girl Scouts celebrated their 100th birthday with Engineering Day at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Va., NASA was there.