See the universe in all its colors with our Cosmic Colors viewer!
Guide students through the engineering design process as they build and evaluate a lunar plant growth chamber of their own design.
Read interesting facts about Earth's closest star.
ERCs are here to help educators learn about and use NASA's educational resources.
Do you want to conduct an experiment on a reduced-gravity flight? Applications from K-12 educators are due March 14, 2011.
Students put the shuttle into orbit in this online activity.
Each guide includes instructional objectives, background information, links to video clips and more.
This site provides ocean-related news, images and data.
This site has facts, figures and links about planets, asteroids, meteors, meteorites, meteoroids, comets and the Kuiper Belt.
Let the robot Automa guide you through an interactive tour of clickable models and exhibits, video galleries, astronauts and more.
Do you ever wonder how big the moon is? Watch this video featuring Disney/Pixar's Wall-E to find out!› View This Video
Test your programming skills with ROVER. Guide the robot over an analog of 12 terrain grids without consuming all of its battery power. Watch out for obstacles!› Play interactive game
This website contains searchable images and multimedia galleries detailing how astronauts live and work on the International Space Station.
Move the mouse over the helicopter to learn about its different parts.
Build a fleet of rockets in this online game.
The site features articles, multimedia and other NASA resources that provide information about NASA's mission to understand Earth better.
Find out what your students know about Earth.
Review shuttle activities from 1981-2010.
Learn about infrared light, astronomy and the world with Spitzer images, games and teacher resources.
This NASA video segment uses images taken from the space shuttle to explore the geography of the United States.