Do you know how to find a trace of space in your home and city?
Take a virtual tour of the space station, which is the largest human-made object ever to orbit Earth.
In this video, an expert explains space weather and how it affects Earth.
Thirteen cards are available for downloading.
See what the change of seasons looks like from space.
How did Pluto get "kicked out" of the family of planets?
Because of gravity, if you drop something, it falls down, instead of up. Well, everybody knows that! But, what does this really mean?
This website answers the big questions about Earth’s climate.
The Students' Cloud Observations On-Line project involves students in real science.
This video segment from the NASA SCIence Files™ explains how clouds form.
Learn kid-friendly facts about the largest planet in our solar system.
The Juno mission will improve understanding of our solar system’s beginnings by exploring the origin and evolution of Jupiter.
Learn more about one of the most complex machines ever built, the space shuttle.
Free, interactive videoconferencing and webcasts allow you and your students to participate with NASA.
Learn why some things float in water while others sink.
John Glenn's career as an astronaut made him an American hero and an inspiration to people around the globe.
Offer your students the opportunity to learn about NASA through educational resources, events, projects and media.
In this S'COOL lesson, students observe a cloud in a bottle and determine the conditions necessary for cloud formation.
Use the unique environment of human spaceflight to engage your students. Find opportunities and materials that support science, mathematics, engineering and technology education.
Scroll through the playlist to find videos that support simple machine units of study.