Find out how NASA is participating in the 2009 FIRST Robotics competition.
Grab a telescope, binoculars or just a lawn chair, and head out to the backyard for a night of cosmic sightseeing.
Are your students interested in becoming astronauts? Find answers to their questions as well as job descriptions and student opportunities.
This site lists microgravity-related videos and resources available for purchase from the Central Operation of Resources for Educators. Visit the CORE Web site for more information.
Students will monitor the arachnid astronauts to see how they spin webs in space.› View This Video
Through activities in this module, students keep track of weather conditions and learn to detect patterns characteristic of snowstorms.
Learn about a group of astronauts that paved the way for others.
Explore the interests and educational backgrounds of current and former astronauts.
Find in-depth explanations, schematics, videos and basic information about the space shuttle and its complex systems.
NASA uses space-based technologies, ground-based techniques and complex computer models to learn more about quakes in California.
Learn more about the next crew to live and work aboard the International Space Station.
Learn more about key innovations and milestones in chemistry, physics, engineering and space exploration from NASA's fifty-year history.
The Hubble educational resource site offers activities and resources for three primary themes: Hubble Careers, From Galileo to the Great Observatories, and the Hubble Walk: Spacesuits and Spacewalks.
Meet the scientists and engineers behind the spacecraft that are exploring other worlds.
Teacher grants of $500 will be awarded for the most creative use of space in the classroom during World Space Week, Oct. 4-10, 2008!
Brush up on your knowledge of astronomy with these classroom-oriented resources.
A new space telescope will give a clearer picture of high-energy phenomena throughout the universe.
Follow along as the Phoenix Mars Lander continues its exploration of Martian soil and ice.
Join Dr. Lucy McFadden for this free, one-hour webinar taking place on Aug. 8, 2008, at 1 p.m. EDT.
Engage your students with podcasts, educational activities, videos and a live webcast on Aug. 1, 2008.