See what you can expect from NASA's work on aircraft.
A total solar eclipse will be visible in Australia on Nov. 14, 2012. Join this live webcast from Cairns, Australia!
Three new crew members launched on Oct. 23, 2012, for the International Space Station.
Learn more about the current space station crew with this slideshow designed for kids.
Build your own world with mountains, lakes and volcanoes.
Check out pictures of planets, nebulas, galaxies and more!
Each month the NASA S'COOL project features a new cloud.
Listen to black holes and other cosmic weirdness.
Download an iron-on transfer.
Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon.
Hannah's solar system model is due tomorrow. How will she finish it? With a little help from her friends -- the most talented troupe in the Milky Way!› Watch →
See the latest images from the rover currently exploring Mars.
Elementary students in California interview astronauts living on the space station.
In honor of the summer Olympics in London, the international Cassini Solstice mission salutes Olympians around the world.
Find facts about the Mars rover landing.
The first American woman to fly into space flew on the space shuttle in 1983.
This site has educational games that cover K-4 students' national education standards in mathematics, science and technology.
Graphic organizers show why we explore space.
NASA's Langley Research Center Director Lesa Roe was the keynote speaker at Girl Scout Engineering Day at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Va.
This science explains how things fly.› Read and Comment