08.04.09 - NASA has teamed with USA TODAY Education to challenge students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. See the winners in the "Breaking News."
07.28.09 - About 70 acres of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida will be used to harvest solar energy for NASA and some Florida residents.› View This Video
07.21.09 - Learn how airplanes, helicopters, blimps, hot-air balloons and rockets fly.
07.14.09 - In the Apollo Program, astronauts walked on the moon and returned safely home.
Move Space Kid from platform to platform and intercept knowledge about the STS-127 space shuttle mission.
06.16.09 - Robert Shelton lost most of his eyesight at age 11. Now he uses sound to make science and math easier for students facing a similar challenge.
06.02.09 - Pluto used to be called the ninth planet from the sun, but today it is called a "dwarf planet."
06.03.09 - NASA Glenn engineers teach students the physics of spaceflight at Ohio amusement park.› View Flash Video
05.27.09 - NASA's Mars Science Laboratory rover, scheduled for launch in 2011, has a new name thanks to a sixth-grade student from Kansas.
05.19.09 - Objects that move faster than a speeding bullet are supersonic.
05.05.09 - Endeavour and its crew are standing by if a rescue is needed for the Hubble repair mission.
05.12.09 - Watch this vodcast episode for a fun look at the Hubble mission.› Download the vodcast | › Read the transcript
05.05.09 - Help Space Kid collect orbs to learn about the fifth space shuttle mission to update the Hubble Space Telescope.
05.01.09 - NASA and USA Today's No Boundaries contest challenges students to promote interest in aerospace careers.
04.28.09 - The Hubble Space Telescope helps scientists understand how planets and galaxies form.
04.21.09 - A healthy dose of curiosity leads Ed Prather from cars and motorcycles to physics and teaching.
04.07.09 - Learn the names of different types of clouds.
03.24.09 - Find facts about female astronauts and cosmonauts.
The Space Weather Media Viewer allows you to view real-time NASA satellite images of the sun and Earth. Videos are also available that answer questions about the sun.
Move Space Kid from platform to platform, and intercept knowledge about the STS-119 Full Power mission.