Learn about Earth science careers.
On Oct. 14-20, NASA explorers will take students on virtual trips around the world to inspire them to pursue Earth science careers.› NASA's Earth Science Week Website → | › Connect With NASA
On Oct. 14, 1947, Chuck Yeager piloted the first manned flight to reach Mach 1. Learn more about this historic flight.
Download the game to build and upgrade a communications network to support scientific missions.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
09.12.12 - STScI created the new video called 'Infrared: Beyond the Visible,' to help explain the purpose and benefits of using infrared light in astronomy.
Learn more about the missions searching for another Earth.
09.10.12 - Students win an opportunity to do research in the International Space Station laboratory's microgravity environment while attending high school.
Explore how NASA solves problems - like how to get samples from distant worlds back here to Earth - and spurs innovation.› Transcript | › Download Vodcast (503MB)
Learn about green living on the space station and how innovation in space affects our daily life on Earth.
Launched in 1977, the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft have spent 35 years traveling to the edge of the solar system. Find out where they are now.
Eyes on the Solar System lets you ride with Curiosity all the way to the surface of Gale crater.
Learn about the key moments in the history of the American space program.› View this Video →
Students flew aircraft from Melbourne, Fla., to NASA's Kennedy Space Center with flight instructors.
Get the up-to-date information about the latest rover to land on the Red Planet.
Millions will see London during the 2012 Olympics, but Suomi NPP has an entirely different perspective, as seen in this newly released image.
Landing a spacecraft on Mars is a big challenge! This video explains three ways to land on the surface of the Red Planet.
07.18.12 - You need experience? USLI can give you experience.
07.11.12 - A NASA-created application that brings some of the agency's robotic spacecraft to life in 3-D now is available for free on the iPhone and iPad.
06.28.12 - Goddard scientists work with many cool things on a daily basis, but few get the chance to be drawn into comic book characters.