Five teachers flew on board NASA's P-38 aircraft to watch polar research.
This interactive storybook tells which planet, or dwarf planet, is the best in the solar system.› Flash →
Students learn about the solar system with facts and quizzes.
The king of quiz shows, Alex Trebek, is helping answer the question, "How does NASA affect our daily lives?"
Watch this video learning clip to find out how satellites see Earth in ways that human eyes cannot.
Follow along as Nebula finds reasons to explore.
Enter by May 31, 2012.
At this time, a May 7th launch appears unlikely. SpaceX is continuing to work through the software assurance process with NASA. We will issue a statement as soon as a new launch target is set.
Learn about the mission to asteroids.
Watch this video to learn how honeybees pollinate crops in the U.S. and how NASA helps study the decline in bee populations.
Read about NASA and the people who have worked there, past and present.
A new iPhone app from NASA puts the whole world in the palm of your hand.
Angry Birds Space has provided NASA an opportunity to share a core concept of space exploration: gravity.
This brochure is a collection of stories about benefits from research on the International Space Station.
Scientist Kelly Fast explains why we have seasons on Earth.
These video clips explore how the sun affects people on Earth and astronauts in space.
This video looks at NASA's strong tradition of exploration and the great journeys that lie ahead.
This article written for students explains the Red Planet.
Students fill in the important parts of the story in this mad-libs-style activity.