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Vikings had ways to navigate without a compass, the sun or stars.
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory rover, scheduled for launch in 2011, has a new name thanks to a sixth-grade student from Kansas.
Learn what a water balloon can teach about climate change on Earth.
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Meet the crew, learn about Hubble's new components, and see amazing images of the universe.
Tired of those boring old tracking maps that show the space station going around and around the Earth, and wondering what the view from up there must be like?
NASA and PBS's "Design Squad®" offer teams of students six hands-on engineering challenges that can be used during class time or in after-school programs.
This interactive site features weather-related activities, images, posters and classroom materials.
Voters selected precise global navigation made possible by NASA's pioneering research in Earth's rotation and shape as their top choice.
Show students how to eat like an astronaut.
Students used Lego robots to compete on a Mars-like obstacle course during an annual robotics competition at JPL.› View This Video
KSNN™ builds upon children's natural curiosity to introduce students in grades K-5 to the world of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and NASA.
Compare the sizes of the planets to the sun if it were the size of a basketball.
This short video describes some unique features of a spacesuit.
Expedition 18 Commander Mike Fincke takes you on a guided tour of his home in orbit (open captioned).› View This Video
Commander Gene Cernan and scientist-astronaut Jack Schmitt explored the moon's Taurus-Littrow region with Ron Evans orbiting overhead, during the final mission of the Apollo program in 1972.
The difference between weather and climate is a measure of time.
NASA's Aeronautics Mission Directorate sponsors several traveling exhibits that are available for the education and informal education communities.
This NASA video segment explores how to effectively collect and analyze data to solve a problem.