Learn about aircraft, color pictures and build a dodecahedron with this fun activity.
See aircraft that NASA has used to explore the world of supersonic flight.
Download this board game to play in your classroom.
NASA is celebrating Earth Day every day.
This short video discusses how rain clouds can be like batteries.
Life in space may depend on it.
See pictures of sunspots, solar flares, prominences, coronal mass ejections and more!
See this gallery as slides, movie or downloadable file.
Kennedy Space Center reaches out to students, especially elementary-age girls, with its newest team member and mascot Luna*Bot.
This video shows how to build an inexpensive planetarium to introduce students to star patterns.› Watch Video →
Try this demonstration to show how sound is a result of vibrating energy.
The video explains the Feb. 15 flyby.
A satellite is an object that moves around a larger object.
Schedule a videoconference with NASA to discuss space life.
Take a look at how Hubble actually makes images.
This exciting app gathers some of the best and most recent Web offerings from NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Where's the driver's seat for a Mars rover? Millions of miles away, back on Earth!
Dec. 21, 2012, wasn't the end of the world, and here's why.
Apply by Jan. 28, 2013, to talk to space station astronauts.
Offer ideas for the next NASA.gov site.