Through the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program, 16 communities will take part in the final flight of space shuttle Endeavour.
The final flight of space shuttle Endeavour will carry the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer scientific instrument.
Learn how students had a hand in naming the orbiter taking the STS-134 crew to the space station.
See these educational resource pages associated with previous missions.
Learn more about the STS-134 space shuttle mission and crew.
Space shuttle Endeavour is set for its 25th flight. See images related to this mission to the International Space Station.
View images of the STS-134 crew members as they prepare for their mission to the International Space Station aboard space shuttle Endeavour.
Learn more about the orbiter taking the STS-134 crew to the space station.
The STS-134 crew will deliver this state-of-the-art particle physics detector to the International Space Station.
Employees at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla., took a few moments to assemble for a historic aerial photo outside Kennedy's Vehicle Assembly Building.
Mission managers detail what astronauts hope to accomplish on the four spacewalks scheduled for the STS-134 mission.
Commander Dmitry Kondratyev leads a six-member crew from Russia, the United States and Europe.
Learn more about how astronauts on board the space station are working to improve life on Earth and extend life beyond our home planet.
Take a virtual tour of the space station, which will be the largest human-made object ever to orbit Earth.
Find out what is planned for each of the remaining space shuttle flights.
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-134 crew.› View this interactive feature
Learn the message behind the mission patch in this interactive feature.
Inspire your students with this video.
Check out this video just for students.
Learn about the next mission with this interactive tool.
The space shuttle carries astronauts to space and back.› 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.