04.02.08 - Drive a rover on Mars; roll a proton ball to knock down bowling pins; create a bacterial community; and use the Drake Equation to search for intelligent life. This site has more than 20 games.
03.19.08 - Ride along with the Cassini spacecraft as it explores Saturn and its moons by using real mission data.
03.05.08 - Move the Space Kid through the corridor to see the STS-123 image gallery.› Play Easy Version | › Play Advanced Version | › Play and Comment
02.27.08 - Help NASA rename the GLAST satellite before it begins its search for supermassive black holes.
02.19.08 - Learn what it is like to be with the Adelie Penguins in Antarctica during the season when the chicks hatch and grow.
Get the facts about recent missions with this interactive quiz.
02.06.08 - NASA scientists explain space science and technology concepts, and answer questions from museums and libraries across the United States.
02.06.08 - Move your mouse over each flight day for details on the mission.
01.30.08 - NASA EDGE takes a unique look in and around the greatest space program on the planet. Watch NASA EDGE and embrace your inner astronaut.
01.23.08 - Find out when the U.S. launched its first satellite and other historical tidbits with photos that highlight 50 years of NASA milestones and a decade of space station assembly.› Download calendar (8.6 Mb PDF)
01.23.08 - "Touch the Invisible Sky" features Braille text and images from Hubble, Chandra and Spitzer, embossed with lines, bumps and other textures.
01.16.08 - What has NASA been doing for the last 50 years?
01.09.08 - Find out what scientists learned about Earth, the solar system and distant galaxies during 2007.
09.12.07 - Students help Phil Christensen compare rocks from Earth and Mars.› Read Students 5-8 Article | › Read Full Article
11.30.07 - Pick a planet and get the facts! Learn more about the solar system.
12.20.07 - Mars and Earth are at their closest this month, so now is your best chance to see our planetary neighbor.
10.15.07 - NASA announces the 50th Anniversary Essay Competition for middle and junior high school students.
08.27.07 - Robert Bindschadler braves the world's coldest climates -- and he likes it.
10.03.07 - A student receives awards and scholarships using NASA data to research global warming.