These video clips explore how the sun affects people on Earth and astronauts in space.
The Aquarius satellite mission will measure ocean salinity to study climate interactions and the global water cycle. Visit this site for educational activities and information related to the mission.
Find out why exercise is so important to the astronauts who travel into space.
Take a glimpse at how the astronauts view Earth from space!
This kid-friendly guide, which targets grades 4-6, answers the "big questions" about global climate change. The guide uses simple illustrations, humor, interactivity and age-appropriate language.
Find answers to questions your students ask about the space shuttle.
Find resources for using NASA eClips™ in the classroom.
NASA launched the New Horizons spacecraft in 2006 that is set to arrive at Pluto by 2015. Students can read about the mission and find links for images, animations and video.
This colorful picture book is designed to introduce Earth's atmosphere and its importance to life on Earth.
This video and a poster help explain why humans should explore space.
Did you know astronauts recycle water in space?
Astronauts like to have fun too.
The space shuttle uses sand as a protective covering.
Get the inside scoop on what the crew is eating!
Read info about the Ares test rocket.
The Mars Exploration Rover mission launched two identical rovers, named Spirit and Opportunity, in June and July 2003. They landed on Mars in January 2004.
Is there water on the moon? LCROSS hopes to find some!
SAGE III involves students in NASA research of Earth's atmosphere and the global climate system.
Find out what meteoroids are and where they come from!
Would you like to know when a spacecraft will be flying over your city?