Check out this video of the Expedition 25 crew talking with students from the Texas School for the Deaf.
The Saturn V was the NASA rocket that launched humans to the moon.
10.26.10 - Learn about NASA's DIME and WING projects, which give students the opportunity to conduct drop tower science experiments.
A heavy lift launch vehicle is a very powerful type of rocket.
NASA uses rockets to launch things and people into space.
10.05.10 - A Colorado high school student seeks answers to questions in Earth and space science.
How do scientists decide what images the Saturn-orbiting Cassini spacecraft should take? Students can learn the scientific process when they enter an essay contest.
09.14.10 - This video shows the Desert Research and Technology Studies (Desert RATS) team testing procedures and equipment that could one day be a part of human spaceflight missions to the moon and Mars.
09.08.10 - A forest fire is spreading and NASA needs your help! Complete four different games to track the fire and put it out.
08.10.10 - NASA discovered how to make a self-contained living world inside a closed glass container. The agency gave the technology away, and now these little worlds are made and sold.
08.04.10 - Find answers to commonly asked questions about the moon.
07.27.10 - While visiting the largest ring in the solar system at Saturn, Amy Okuda and Irwin the robot must defeat an old enemy. The ring was first seen in the infrared by the Spitzer Space Telescope in 2009.› View This Video
Middle school students ask questions about the planets.
07.07.10 - An orbit is the path one object in space takes around another.
The world's most famous space ranger spent more than a year in orbit. Now he's sharing his adventures. Learn about the International Space Station with Buzz Lightyear.
06.17.10 - California middle school students using the camera on NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter have found lava tubes with one pit that appears to be a skylight to a cave.
06.22.10 - Amanda Hintz found her true calling on a visit to the world's longest mountain range.
06.08.10 - Orbital debris is the "space junk" that orbits Earth.
05.25.10 - Read this interactive storybook about the mysterious objects in space.› Flash → | › Printable →
10.15.08 - This NASA's Brain Bites video will answer the question.