The Hubble Space Telescope roared into space 20 years ago to begin rewriting what we know about the universe around us.
The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, which later became NASA, was created 95 years ago.
Explore your ecoregion online!
Obtain satellite imagery and scientific information about Earth from this website. It focuses on Earth's climate and environment change.
Students can make a board game of space facts.
Join the Tree House Detectives as they learn about the water cycle, the water table and global climates. Scroll down to the 2003-2004 season to find the guide and video segments of the show.
An expert explains the sun.
Educators used NASA's LCROSS impact with the moon to inspire student interest.
Why do objects seem to float in space? This video explains it!
Visit JPL's newly updated Education Gateway for educational materials.
The Tree House Detectives are eager to win the Presidential Physical Fitness Award, but one of the detectives is not quite up to the challenge.
Students in grades 3-6 are challenged to design a sport to be played on Mars. Entries are due Feb. 28, 2010.
A young astronaut hopeful creates the winning patch in NASA's and Disney's Buzz Lightyear Mission Patch Design Challenge.
Submit your name to be included on a microchip that will be sent to Mars as part of NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory mission, scheduled to launch in 2011.
In this activity, students construct and use a simple windsock to measure wind direction and speed.
Astronaut Sandy Magnus puts her culinary skills to work to spice up traditional space food fare aboard the International Space Station.
This standards-based project uses the Web, animation and video to introduce science, technology, engineering, mathematics and NASA space exploration concepts.
Join JPL's new animated science ambassador in a whimsical and informative tutorial on how Earth's water cycle works and how NASA studies it.
Learn about NASA's medical research and technology that benefit people on Earth.
In this activity, students become familiar with the parts of the space shuttle and the sequence of a launch.