06.29.10 - This summer, NASA plans to engage thousands of middle school students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
06.29.10 - NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist will host an Industry Forum at the University of Maryland on July 13-14, 2010, to discuss the agency's proposed new space technology investments.
06.22.10 - NASA scientists and experts have created an eight-week live Web chat series to celebrate the Summer of Innovation. Beginning June 10, log in every Thursday and have your questions answered.
06.08.10 - The award-winning IMAX® Super Short is available on loan at no cost. Watch the preview and request the film.
Request a booklet primarily for visually impaired students who are interested in learning about stars. The booklet is a bound pair of panels containing a color tactile image and a texture legend.
05.18.10 - Work with NASA to monitor the rates and sizes of large meteoroids striking the moon's dark side. The data will help engineers design equipment to protect explorers in the lunar environment.
05.04.10 - Hubble's discoveries have revolutionized nearly all areas of current astronomical research from planetary science to cosmology.› Feature | › View Video | › Anniversary Image | › Interactive Feature
04.20.10 - View, download and order high-definition video and animations from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
04.13.10 - NASA's new Station Spacewalk Game gives players the experience of what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
04.13.10 - Online learning activities allow students to trace, measure and reveal features in satellite images.
Read Mission Specialist Clay Anderson's training journals to see what it is like to train for a space shuttle mission.
03.23.10 - The Space Calendar covers space-related activities and anniversaries for the coming year.
These activities about the sun as a star are adapted for after-school programs with elementary-aged students.
03.02.10 - Museums, planetaria, parks, youth clubs and community organizations can celebrate our connection to the sun.
03.09.10 - Educators used NASA's LCROSS impact with the moon to inspire student interest.
NASA is accepting proposals in response to the Global Climate Change Education project. The GCCE is designed to improve the quality of global climate change and Earth system science education.
02.17.10 - Students and participants can model the sun, planets and Pluto to learn the relative distances between each other.
02.09.10 - NASA has launched an initiative to use its out-of-this-world missions and technology programs to boost summer learning, particularly for underrepresented students across the nation.
02.02.10 - Entries for Round 4 of this nationwide contest are due Feb. 28, 2010.
01.26.10 - Participants use inquiry-based learning and team-building skills to develop an understanding of complex systems as they work in teams to design a self-sufficient lunar station.