01.19.10 - NASA invites eligible education institutions, museums and organizations to request space program artifacts. The items represent human space flight technologies from NASA's space exploration programs.
01.19.10 - NASA has selected nine informal education providers to share $6.2 million in grants.› Press Release | › 2009 Selection Table →
06.08.09 - Be a part of exploration -- one step, one "groove" at a time! Upload your photo and show friends and family your space moves!
12.15.09 - The Orion Nebula is one of the brightest "deep sky" objects visible to the unaided eye under moderately good sky conditions.
12.08.09 - This show teaches about meteors, meteorites, asteroids and comets.
06.24.04 - This colorful, interactive exhibit on satellites is available for rental by museums and science centers.
11.10.09 - The Crab Nebula can be seen with a modest telescope under dark skies.
Join NASA and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum for a FREE online conference taking place on Nov. 10, 2009, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST.
10.20.09 - Replicate the hands-on activities from the White House star party. Students built scale models of the solar system, made impact craters and investigated meteorites and moon rocks.
10.14.09 - On a clear, moonless night in October, you can see a marvelous world over 2 million light years away.
09.29.09 - Find out how to get involved with the observing campaign and advance our understanding of our nearest neighbor.
11.01.10 - Move, pack, and unpack Robonaut in 3D Virtuality!
09.22.09 - NASA is inviting eligible educational institutions, museums and other organizations to register to screen potential space shuttle artifacts.
09.22.09 - NASA is recruiting reviewers for external peer reviews of proposals submitted to the Competitive Program for Science Museums and Planetariums.
09.15.09 - In September, view the solar system's largest planet and four of its satellites as Galileo may have seen them.
09.09.09 - Ten years ago, the most powerful X-ray telescope ever made began its exploration of the universe. See what the Chandra X-ray telescope has discovered in one decade.
08.11.09 - Add a little space to your classroom this year with NASA educational resources.
08.21.09 - NASA's Solar System Educators Program, a nationwide network of highly motivated teachers, is now accepting applications from interested teachers.
08.25.09 - This podcast, sponsored by NASA and hosted by Dr. Seth Shostak of the SETI Institute, highlights both NASA research and the Kepler mission to find habitable planets.
08.11.09 - For August in the International Year of Astronomy, watch the most visible meteor shower for observers in the Northern Hemisphere.