12.08.09 - NASA is discovering asteroids and comets whose orbits come near Earth.› Flash → | › HTML →
12.22.09 - The Cassini-Huygens team spreads holiday cheer with a snowy scene of Saturn.
12.07.09 - Tune in to see middle- and high-school teams showcase their inventions -- cardboard bridges capable of carrying up to 235 pounds (107 kilograms) -- in this year's Invention Challenge hosted by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
12.01.09 - Read this interactive storybook. Learn about the spacecraft, aircraft, telescopes and computers NASA uses to learn about objects in space.› Flash → | › Printable →
11.13.09 - Help Space Kid collect orbs to learn about the STS-129 space shuttle mission.
10.20.09 - Twelve-year-old Clara won an essay contest in which she named the new rover "Curiosity." Part of her prize was to visit NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.› See slideshow → | › Read Clara's essay | › Audio clips of Clara
10.14.09 - Maggie Masetti uses pictures and the Web to make learning science easier and more fun.
10.08.09 - Marcianna Delaney and her team teach Earth and space science to students and teachers. They connect with classrooms by webcasts and live video.
10.08.09 - NASA's Gene Feldman tells Earth Explorers how he became interested in the oceans, what he advises for young scientists, and more.
Build the entire International Space Station using all of the real modules! Complete the mission to see Buzz Lightyear floating aboard the station.
10.06.09 - The White House will host 150 D.C. area students to star gaze and conduct hands-on experiments with astronomers from across the country.
06.23.09 - The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter is NASA's first step toward returning humans to the moon.› Read and Comment
09.24.09 - Astronauts go on spacewalks to do important jobs outside their spacecraft.
09.15.09 - Learn why many professions are important to NASA's mission.
09.08.09 - Regan Geeseman takes pictures and videos for NASA.
09.01.09 - Linda Hamilton attempts to foil the robots' plans to conquer the universe. Dean Stockwell explains how astronomers "look back in time" at objects in space to understand the origins of the universe.› View This Video
Click on the different parts of the STS-128 mission patch to learn about the mission and the crew.
08.18.09 - Just as city limits are hard to see, the solar system's boundaries are difficult to define.
08.03.09 - Up-and-coming scientists use creative thinking and NASA data to earn Thacher Scholars awards.
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."