Space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 mission will help prepare the space station for use when construction is complete.
Humans and robots work together toward the future of space exploration.
Learn how NASA uses robotics to explore Earth, the solar system and beyond.
See these educational resource pages associated with previous missions.
Learn more about the STS-131 space shuttle mission and crew.
The astronauts of STS-131 are carrying a diverse range of souvenirs to celebrate their achievements.
Read Mission Specialist Clay Anderson's training journals to see what it is like to train for a space shuttle mission.
Visit this NASA YouTube Channel to find videos related to the STS-131 mission.
Join astronaut Mike Massimino as he talks with members of the STS-131 crew and their support teams to learn how they trained for their mission to the International Space Station.
Space shuttle Discovery is set for the 33rd mission to the International Space Station. See the images captured that relate to this mission.
Discovery and crew will use the Leonardo module to deliver new science equipment to the International Space Station.
View images and videos of the STS-131 crew's mission to the International Space Station aboard space shuttle Discovery.
Commander Oleg Kotov and flight engineers Soichi Noguchi, Timothy J. (T.J.) Creamer, Alexander Skvortsov, Tracy Caldwell Dyson and Mikhail Kornienko served aboard the International Space Station as the Expedition 23 crew.
Learn more about how astronauts on board the space station are working to improve life on Earth and extend life beyond our home planet.
Learn how the astronauts prepared for their mission to the International Space Station.› View this interactive feature
Challenge your students to put these puzzles together and learn more about the STS-131 crew.› View this interactive feature
Click on the different parts of the STS-131 mission patch to learn about the mission and the crew.
Astronauts use computers and models of the shuttle to practice using robotic arms in space.
Learn about the next mission with this interactive tool.
Robots make many NASA projects possible.› Read Students K-4 article
The space shuttle carries astronauts to space and back.› Read Students K-4 article
Astronauts go on spacewalks to do important jobs outside their spacecraft.› Read Students K-4 article
Spacesuits protect astronauts in space, on the moon and on other planets.› Read Students K-4 article
Microgravity is why astronauts float around in space.› Read Students K-4 article
Color pictures and learn about the space shuttle.
Find out how the space shuttle gets ready for launch.