Watch a Digital Learning Network question-and-answer event connecting high school students in Galveston, Texas, with mission control in Houston.
05.18.12 - Graduating seniors heard about NASA's past, present and future during the first Brevard Top Scholars Day...
Mariner 2 flew past Venus in 1962, marking the start of robotic exploration beyond Earth. Vote for your favorite moment in solar system exploration.
Check out this interactive 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. See the entire solar system moving in real time.
05.21.12 - Focus on labs brings honor students to Kennedy Space Center.
On June 5, 2012, Venus will pass across the face of the sun, producing a silhouette that no one alive today will likely see again.
Entries are due Nov. 15, 2012.› Visit site → | › See past winners →
05.16.12 - Cooperation over the miles proves to be a winning combination.
Get viewing tips for the sunset annular eclipse on May 20, 2012. And learn how to spot Mars, Venus and Saturn in the night sky.
High school students in California launched Camilla, the rubber chicken, into the stratosphere as part of a payload to measure radiation.
05.03.12 - NASA solar physicist Terry Kucera's openness to unexpected opportunities has led her to a career studying the sun.
03.23.12 - Find out what it takes to control small, spherical flying robots in a true zero gravity environment...
04.24.12 - At this time, a May 7th launch appears unlikely. SpaceX is continuing to work through the software assurance process with NASA. We will issue a statement as soon as a new launch target is set.› Latest News
04.25.12 - Specially crafted rockets soared high into the skies April 22 at the 2011-12 NASA Student Launch Projects challenge.
04.25.12 - Former astronaut Piers Sellers has spent his career exploring both Earth and space.
With increasing regularity, we are discovering asteroids and comets with unusual orbits that take them close to Earth and the sun.
04.18.12 - Comic book stories of space exploration inspired Andrew Fraknoi as a child. Today, he shares his love of science and astronomy with others.
04.04.12 - High school teams from across the country presented solutions to 21st century problems during the Conrad Foundation’s Innovation Summit at NASA Ames.
04.09.12 - High school teams from the San Francisco Bay area demonstrated engineering, electronics and programming skills as they designed and built robots.
04.11.12 - These inner-city students are ready to take on the Great Moonbuggy Race!