05.06.13 - Students from a half-dozen junior and senior high schools get a first-hand look at technology and engineering in action during ITEA event.
Global Precipitation Measurement is a satellite mission that will measure rain and snow worldwide from space every three hours.
Why do tide cycles take 24 hours and 50 minutes? What is a neap tide? Read about these and other curiosities.
NASA has a plan to robotically capture a small asteroid and redirect it safely near Earth where astronauts can visit and explore it.
The ocean plays a starring role in whatever happens with the environment.
Learn the truth and the legends of rainbows. Find out where to stand to see them.
04.04.13 - Young women from schools in Florida's Putnam and Volusia counties recently participated in a panel discussion with NASA professionals on making career choices.
Pigeons don't use the sun for navigation, but the sun affects their ability to navigate.
Though it doesn't look like a nice place to live now, Mars may once have had an atmosphere more like Earth's!
What are organic molecules, and what can they tell us about the history of Mars? Learn more in this 60-second video.
02.21.13 - Wonder what it's like to control a camera on the International Space Station? More than 30,000 students found out as part of the EarthKAM mission.
SolarMax and the Space Weather Superheroes need more team members. Create a new anime-style character with a visible space weather-related power.
The North Pole and the South Pole are both cold. But is one colder than the other?
Get the facts about recent missions with this interactive quiz.
Students plan a mission to an asteroid! Enter by March 8, 2013.
As NASA honored the astronauts lost on Columbia's STS-107 mission, students from a crew member's hometown joined Day of Remembrance ceremonies.
Which would be a more interesting mission -- Saturn's moon, Titan, or Jupiter's moon, Europa? Send NASA your ideas.› Contest page → | › All About Saturn → | › What Is Jupiter? | › What Is Juno?
Astronaut Suni Williams gives an inside look at the space station with this series of videos.
Read about space food and space travel on your iPad or as a PDF.
NASA is using a Huey helicopter to test technology that lands spacecraft safely on another planet.