These video clips introduce students to space food, spacesuits, robotics and more.
Register today to be a part of the new NASA Explorer Schools project aimed at middle and high school classrooms. The project launches Sept. 1, 2010.
These books are also available in Spanish.
Are you looking for hands-on activities to do with youth groups or Scouts? Browse the websites listed here for fun things to do in an informal education setting.
View a slideshow of surprising facts about our home planet.
Activities in this section focus on solar science, the rocky worlds of the inner solar system, and the gas giants and icy moons of the outer solar system.
Celebrate Buzz Lightyear's return from the space station with these fun games.
Play games, watch videos and read articles about weather.
Visit this site before the launch to upload an image to be flown aboard the final space shuttle mission. Check back after the launch to print your flight certificate, check on mission status, find NASA educational resources and follow the crew on Twitter and Facebook.
Learn about ways that pilots use technology to see through clouds and during poor weather conditions.
NASA missions collect data that tells us more about the composition, behavior and quality of our air.
Orbital debris, or "space junk," is any man-made object in orbit around Earth that no longer serves a useful purpose.
Help Droplet, the water molecule, as he enters the water cycle and starts his journey home.
Explore resources, games and events.
Meet the crew; view the payload; and read a summary of the next launch.
NASA's Earth Science missions work every day to understand our planet. Celebrate with the posters and activity booklet available to download.
In this short video clip, the Tree House Detectives learn about different types of satellites and how they are used.
Read Mission Specialist Clay Anderson's training journals to see what it is like to train for a space shuttle mission.
K-12 students in the GLOBE Program make environmental measurements and send their data, via the Internet, to the GLOBE Student Data Archive. The site is available in many languages.
Videos, images and even phone apps are available on this site!