Disney/Pixar's Wall-E lends a hand in teaching this lesson about proportion.› View This Video
NASA and the Southeast Regional Clearinghouse offer a collection of helpful hints and resources for STEM educators who work with persons with disabilities.
Fifty years ago NASA began!
Students apply math skills as they build this glider and test its flight.
Are you ready to go to the edge of the galaxy?› View This Video
See the space ranger take a tour of the International Space Station.› View This Video
For the next generations, the frontier will be space.
This video explains how rockets get a running start.
After four years exploring the surface of Mars, the two rovers are still going strong.
Astronaut Scott Parazynski left for Nepal on March 23, 2008, to climb Mt. Everest. Follow his most recent expedition and learn more about the parallels of mountain climbing and space exploration.
Find space science resources to help in the classroom.
Design and share a futuristic Mars community.
Join NASA archeologist Tom Sever for this free presentation on May 6, 2008, at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
Help students learn to plan menus like those used by astronauts while in space.
This Month in Exploration features significant events in aviation and space exploration on a monthly basis.
Students from around the world will be able to ask scientists questions about current polar and boreal forest research, their own research interests, and topics that will lead to successful school and student research projects.
Take a virtual tour of the space station, which is the largest human-made object ever to orbit Earth.
View 20 amazing facts about space weather!
Find historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
Submit a mission-related question to be answered by a NASA astronaut during the live webcast on March 10, 2008.