09.30.11 - NASA's DEVELOP student research program closed out its summer session with a virtual poster session, and the results are posted here.
11.01.10 - Move, pack, and unpack Robonaut in 3D Virtuality!
New videos created from still images taken from the space station showcase the awesome sites of Earth -- from lightning flashes and city lights to brilliant green aurora.
Get an inside look at the 2.2 Second Drop Tower at NASA's Glenn Research Center in Ohio. Enter the DIME (Dropping In a Microgravity Environment) competition to conduct an experiment in the tower!› DIME Competition →
09.14.11 - Teachers commonly ask students to share summer experiences. This year a few can say that they controlled satellites on the ISS!
Unscripted and unpredictable, NASA EDGE takes a unique look in and around the greatest space program on the planet.
A panel of expert judges has selected the top three middle and high school entries for the Because It Flew NASA Space Shuttle Art Competition.
Can you identify the mysterious blobs in this picture? Or figure out what is making that clanging sound? Visit the blog to test your guessing skills.
Listen up! Are you ready for the countdown? Check out this music video to learn about space shuttle history.
Using the MAVEN mission as an example, this video describes why building a satellite is much more difficult than putting together an office chair.
Put on your detective hat and solve the mystery locations of these images taken by the Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer.
07.28.11 - The winning design of a NASA student competition to create a new greener aircraft looks a little like a cross between a plane and a Swiss army knife.› More About Competitions →
Find out how the Juno mission, set to launch in early August 2011, is going to unlock secrets to a giant planet.
Founded by NASA astronaut Ron Garan, this site features blogs and projects to inspire people to improve life on our planet. Get involved and make a positive impact!
07.20.11 - Inexpensive monitors allow high school and college students to detect solar storms as chances for a severe one increase.
Step into Andrew Crawford's world as a JPL intern with the Deep Space Network's Antenna Mechanical group as he shares his adventures and enthusiasm for space exploration.
07.13.11 - For these students and teachers, NASA was the first step in their incredible journey.
06.28.11 - Help Space Kid collect orbs to learn about the STS-135 space shuttle mission.
06.29.11 - When the orbiter Atlantis lands at the end of the STS-135 mission, the Space Shuttle Program will be complete.
Teachers and students from the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Indian Creek High School visited Goddard Space Flight Center.