Join thousands of students and families around the globe March 3-16, 2010, in a hunt for stars.
The Space Shuttle Program has selected Mr. Blake Dumesnil's design as the winning design in the Space Shuttle Program Commemorative Patch Contest.
Long-duration storage has a more significant impact on the nutritional value of space foods than does spaceflight, a NASA study has found.
Entries for Round 4 of this nationwide contest are due Feb. 28, 2010.
Join Dr. Yoseph Bar-Cohen Feb. 18-19, 2010, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about applications and challenges of state-of-the-art humanlike robots. Or watch the live webcast online.
Books that tell the stories of historic aeronautics moments are being made available for your Kindle and other digital devices.
See the latest educators selected as Hubble Top Stars. The next deadline for entries is Feb. 28, 2010.
NASA takes a look back at the top stories of 2009.
Join John Trauger on Jan. 21-22, 2010, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about the Hubble Telescope's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 and how it opened up the universe. Or watch the live webcast online.
Astronaut Sandy Magnus puts her culinary skills to work to spice up traditional space food fare aboard the International Space Station.
NASA and Google announced the launch of an interactive, 3D atlas of the moon, viewable with Google Earth.
NASA announces the new NASA App for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The NASA App delivers a wealth of NASA's mission information, videos, images and news updates to people's fingertips.
Follow this blog for updates and information about the Ares I-X test flight.
NASA's Station Spacewalk Game simulates what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
Join Michael Abrams on Dec. 3-4, 2009, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about how satellite images are being used to study the processes re-shaping Earth. Or watch the live webcast online.
Astronaut Mike Massimino follows the crew during training.
Join Dr. Mark Swain on Nov. 12-13, 2009, in Pasadena, Calif., for two free lectures about detecting and characterizing the atmospheres of planets circling stars other than the sun. Or watch the live webcast online.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter sends close-up views of gullies, craters and ice layers.
Mission engineers working on the Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite discuss what it’s like to build a satellite from scratch.› View This Video
Use the videos and educational materials in this kit to inspire and engage your students in America's return to the moon on Oct. 9, 2009.