03.30.10 - Space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 mission will help prepare the space station for use when construction is complete.
03.26.10 - Space Florida selects three winning school teams whose experiments will be sent to The Mars Society's Mars Desert Research Station in Utah.
03.23.10 - Sharpen your space sleuthing skills and help Epo and Alkina determine the fate of our galaxy!
03.16.10 - Knock down pins with a proton ball in a magnetized lane. Place the electrical wires to create the correct magnetic fields to keep the proton in the lane. Knock down the pins and go to the next lane.
03.09.10 - Check out this new site just for teens! Access current NASA data, conduct real experiments with NASA scientists and find space-related summer internships.
03.09.10 - Scientists expect the Solar Dynamics Observatory to provide the most detailed view ever of the sun and improve forecasts of solar activity.
03.02.10 - As a Space Grant summer intern, Cindy Fuentes helped NASA work on a planet-hunting telescope.
03.02.10 - You don't need a driver's license, but you still need to buckle up as the simulator gives you a glimpse of what it might be like to support a functioning lunar outpost.
06.23.09 - Kara Karpman used her math skills to conduct research in two NASA student opportunity programs.
02.23.10 - Marshall Space Flight Center aerospace engineer Chris Randall was honored Feb. 18 for his career achievements.
How do you get to another planet? Can gravity assist you? What is Universal time? Visit this site to learn the answers to these questions and more!
02.17.10 - Flex your creative muscle and make your own podcast about staying fit, even in space.
NASA's Station Spacewalk Game simulates what it's like to work outside a spacecraft.
02.02.10 - Endeavour's STS-130 mission will deliver a new module to the space station, along with a beautiful view.
01.26.10 - NASA's Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competition challenges participants to design aircraft of the future.
01.26.10 - An accomplished college senior encourages students to pursue majors in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The NASA Balloonsat High Altitude Flight competition, sponsored by the NASA Glenn Research Center Educational Programs Office and the Teaching From Space Program, is an opportunity for students to experience an authentic flight mission, like that of a sounding rocket, from start to finish.
Deck out your desktop with these celestial backgrounds.
01.12.10 - A team of young rocket scientists tells the high-flying tale of the rocket they built for NASA's Student Launch Initiative.
06.08.09 - Be a part of exploration -- one step, one "groove" at a time! Upload your photo and show friends and family your space moves!