When astronauts board the space shuttle to leave Earth, George Brittingham is there to say goodbye.
Spacesuits consist of many different parts, all of which must work together.
When astronauts return to the moon, their spacesuits will have to protect them from the harsh lunar environment.
What happens to a spacesuit when it's not in space? Spacesuit technicians keep the suits ready to fly.
From beginning to end, Matthew Gast prepares astronauts for walking in space.
Having the right tool for the job is important when working in space.
Practicing spacewalks in a realistic virtual environment prepares astronauts for the real thing.
When astronauts are launched into space, it's important they are dressed right. The Crew Escape Equipment team makes sure they are.
Find out how this intern went from student to full-time NASA employee.
An astronaut daughter and engineer designs gear for current and future missions.
Former NASA co-op student Sabrina Singh helps astronauts learn to use their high-tech spacesuits.
Spacesuit trainers must be students before they can become teachers.
Learn more about the men and women who make up NASA's Astronaut corps.
Explore the interests and educational backgrounds of current and former astronauts.
Learn about a group of astronauts that paved the way for others.
This fact sheet lists astronauts of Latin-American and/or Spanish descent.
This resource page provides links to information about the many opportunities available to students, along with information about a variety of NASA careers.
Find out what's available at NASA for students.
Learn more about the types of jobs available at NASA.