Watch animated interviews with NASA scientists and engineers.
From 1968 to 1972, NASA's Apollo astronauts tested new spacecraft and journeyed to uncharted destinations.
View top science, exploration and discovery stories from NASA.
Browse digital versions of photographs, journals and other historical documents related to NASA.
Follow the construction of this home away from Earth from the first element to the current configuration.
This video shows how astronauts get the calcium they need while in space.
What do a farm and the moon have in common? A group of elementary school students are discovering the answer.
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Find out why NASA studies the ocean.
NASA spacecraft record spooky sounds that help scientists learn more about planets and other cosmic phenomena.
Visit this site every month to find out how aviation and space exploration have changed throughout the years.
It's been a while since NASA has had two shuttles ready on the launch pads.
ERCs are here to help educators learn about and use NASA's educational resources.
Read more about specific hurricanes and how they are studied.
Learn about microgravity research, Earth system science, physics and astronomy from NASA scientists.
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Visit this site each month to find out how aviation and space exploration have changed throughout the years.
Join Dr. Lucy McFadden for this free, one-hour webinar taking place on Aug. 8, 2008, at 1 p.m. EDT.
Share little known food facts from space with your students.