Follow along as the Phoenix Mars Lander continues its exploration of Martian soil and ice.
Visit every month to find out how aviation and space exploration have changed through the years.
Use this standards-based Web site for background material.
View the planets up close -- without a telescope.
Don't be a fish out of water -- come in and see why astronauts become human submarines.
Check out this highly interactive site featuring a whimsical, blimp-like weather lab in the sky.
Pictures and information about Earth's sun can be found on this lithograph.
See everything students need to know about the space station...and more!
See the sun right now!
See answers to questions students may ask about space travel.
The theme for this year's Sun-Earth Day is "Space Weather Around the World."
Benefits from NASA technology extend beyond space exploration.
Find classroom activities, reading materials, educational tools and NASA images related to polar exploration.
This NASA video segment explores experimental planes, or X-planes.
Your students can build a glider!
Read about NASA and the people who have worked there, past and present.
View this interactive feature about the 45th anniversary of the Mercury Program.
Follow the history of spaceflight in this online video.
The first man on the moon describes the training vehicle that taught him how to land on the lunar surface.
This poster contains easy-to-use lessons and reproducibles for the classroom based on the feature film Zathura, an adventure film based on a children's book.