Use mission sounds for your ringtone or alert tones.
Do you ever wonder what it's like to live in space? Check out these videos of astronauts' daily routines on the space station.
Fourth-graders chose the names for GRAIL spacecraft.
NASA education specialist Ota Lutz offers tips to parents and teachers for sparking student interest in robotics careers.
What is engineering and who exactly is an engineer? Learn more in this video!
Check out this animation of the proposed test flight of Orion in 2014.
Follow Curiosity on its journey to Mars. Simulated views on this site are updated daily.
See NASA's top stories and vote.
This activity challenges students to control the flight path of a delta wing glider by changing the positions of the elevons.
Use clues to find NASA's spinoffs in the garage.
Download this new game for your iPhone from the Space Place.
Grow basil seeds that have been to the space station and back.
This year's contest invites young scientists and artists to explore weather. Entries from students in grades 2-4 are due Nov. 7, 2011.
Now that the GRAIL mission is underway, the two robotic spacecraft need names. Have your students send names and explain their choices. The deadline is Nov. 11, 2011.
Watch and learn why green leaves change color in the fall.
Watch the Space Launch System animation.
This video shows how gravity on Earth is different from in space.
Resources on this site introduce K-4 students to the study of Earth system science. Each module contains a science-based storybook and classroom learning activities.
Explore Earth and its weather in this game.
Learn how to use the scientific method with the Tree House Detectives.