Learn about and use NASA's educational resources.
Take a peek at Saturn as seen from space.
Students can learn how airplanes, helicopters, blimps, hot-air balloons and rockets fly.
Move your mouse over each flight day for details on the mission.
Learn more about NASA spacecraft and how they study our home planet.
Find out when the U.S. launched its first satellite and other historical tidbits with photos that highlight 50 years of NASA milestones and a decade of space station assembly.› Download calendar (8.6 Mb PDF)
View NASA's top exploration and discovery stories of 2007.
Lesson plans, activities and a video will help teach this concept.
Take a virtual tour of the orbital outpost and get to know the station.
Mars and Earth are at their closest this month, so now is your best chance to see our planetary neighbor.
Motivate your students to train like an astronaut!
Learn where to look for great views of a red planet and a red star.
Icebergs, fjords and glaciers are all part of the view at Earth's poles.
The Dawn spacecraft will be the first to orbit two different bodies in our solar system.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter sends close-up views of gullies, craters and ice layers.