Track the early accomplishments of the Wright brothers.
Learn more about solar eclipses!
Use Space Launch System materials to explain the next generation of spacecraft.
Find images, videos and animations related to the International Space Station.
Space Place kids talk with Earth and space scientists.
On Oct. 14, 1947, Chuck Yeager piloted the Bell X-1 to become the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound.
Find teaching materials and events in your area to celebrate this worldwide event taking place Oct. 4-10.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
Students can be "rovers" that collect cloud data for NASA.
Learn about the science of light, color and optics as they apply to telescopes and the light they detect.
Plan for the school year with challenges, resources and exciting opportunities from NASA.
Sign up for a free webinar to learn more about NASA resources.
Make a collection of galaxies for your classroom.
Access facts, figures and links to additional information about Mars.
Design and share a futuristic Mars community.
Build a podcast demonstrating the science of sports in space.
Celebrate the Mars rover landing.
Did you know that Earth's moon is larger than Pluto? Find out more about Earth's natural satellite on this page just for kids.
Use this site to help students learn the steps of science.
There are many mascots for space science and exploration, but who knew that giving a voice to a vegetable would catch on and inspire kids on Earth?