Are we alone in the universe? Watch this video to learn more about the Kepler mission and its search for Earth-like worlds.› View This Video
A love of astronomy helped one college student set a course for a variety of science internships at JPL.› View This Video
Watch high-definition videos of training and preparation highlights for the STS-125 mission.
Tools from the local hardware store don't always cut it in a space environment. Watch the video to learn about some of the specially designed tools for the upcoming Hubble Servicing Mission.› View This Video
NASA engineer Starr Ginn lives an aviation-filled life.
Learn more about the upcoming test flight and follow along as updates are posted about project progress and milestones.
Voters selected precise global navigation made possible by NASA's pioneering research in Earth's rotation and shape as their top choice.
David Diner, Ph.D., of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory discusses what the patterns of light from the sky reveal about particles in the air. Attend these lectures in Pasadena, Calif., or watch the live webcast on April 16, 2009.
Internships at JPL helped one woman build her career as a software engineer working on robotics.› View This Video
Find out what's planned for each day of this 15-day space shuttle mission.
Discover the faces behind the hardware that will send humans to the moon and beyond.
Join astronomer David H. Levy on March 25, 2009, at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Or watch the live webcast online.
2009 has been chosen as the International Year of Astronomy. What makes this year special? Log on to the webcast on Feb. 19, 2009, to learn more.
This interactive feature shows how some of the key indicators of climate change, such as temperature, sea ice extent and carbon dioxide concentrations, have changed in Earth's recent history.
NASA is seeking educators to be advisors to high school students during an eight-week summer experience at a NASA center. Applications are due Feb. 27, 2009.
Registration is now open for the 2009 race!
Oceanography data that will help scientists around the world better understand climate change are now available.
Expedition 18 astronaut Sandra Magnus writes in her journal about what it's like to live in microgravity.
Browse digital versions of photographs, journals and other historical documents related to NASA.
These videos showcase the creativity and dedication that allow the challenges of spaceflight to become some of our greatest achievements.