• Image credit: Microsoft/NASA

    Bringing Mars Down to Earth

    07.12.10 - Dramatic imagery from NASA Mars missions creates new user experiences in the Microsoft Research WorldWide Telescope.

  • Teachers learn basics of rocketry.

    Teachers Learn Rocket Science

    07.01.10 - School is out for the summer, and those long, lazy days of summer without classes provide a break for many students. For teachers, however, summer is a time to reflect and prepare next year’s lesson plans.

  • NASA's Bumper#8 Rocket.

    This Month in Exploration - July

    07.01.10 - Sixty years ago this rocket was the first launched from the Long Range Proving Ground at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Read other historical facts in This Month in Exploration.

  • Image of Dr Worden with representatives from Park Avenue Elementary School in the Yuba City Unified District.

    NASA Helps Underserved School Receive Used Computers

    06.29.10 - Times are tough, but none more so than for schools and their students.

  • soccer ball

    NASA Scores Big With Student Soccer Players

    06.18.10 - With the increased globalization of soccer, more young people are playing the sport and developing motor skills to compete effectively.

  • A Wright Apache airplane.

    This Month in Exploration - June

    06.16.10 - Eighty years ago this Wright Apache aircraft flew higher than any other plane. Read other historical facts in This Month in Exploration.

  • Tom Shortridge, left, and Scott Bednar, co-producers of 'NASA Lauchpad,' pose with emmy

    NASA TV Program Wins Emmy

    06.09.10 - 'NASA Launchpad' won a regional Emmy award in the informational/instructional category for its 'Bernoulli's Principle' episode.

  • Image from second annual Spinoff Day on the Hill in 2010

    Spinoffs Reveal Earth Benefits of NASA Technologies

    05.27.10 - The second annual "Spinoff Day on the Hill" showcased NASA innovations being brought to Earth.

  • Researchers investigating a new biomedical sensor

    Tiny Technology With a Big Heart

    05.25.10 - A new biomedical sensor which incorporates technology pioneered at NASA's Glenn Research Center is currently in development for use in measuring blood pressure and heart rate.

  • Coast Guard vessel, helicopter and rescue diver

    Sailor Reflects on NASA Technology That Saved His Life

    05.24.10 - Dennis Clements thought his life was over when, during a trip to the Caribbean, his boat capsized and left him floating 250 miles away from shore.