12.20.12 - Students across Alabama benefit from a collaboration among industry and NASA.
12.05.12 - Students these days have a new way to summarize and share topics not only with their class, but with the entire education and scientific community.
A new NASA publication features a stunning array of images of our home planet, taken by Earth-observing science satellites.
This kit includes basil seeds that have been flown on the space station. Grow the seeds in your classroom to see if spaceflight affected them.
June Lockhart, William Shatner and Wil Wheaton talk about how science fiction has become science fact through NASA spinoffs.
MY NASA DATA has a new page where you can access lessons, activities and resources for bringing data collected by NASA scientists to your classroom.
11.19.12 - Young scientists from the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program talked with astronauts on the space station during International Education Week.
11.14.12 - Soaring into the sky isn't easy, but with a teacher like Shella Condino, you're bound to succeed.
Download this app to guide airplanes through a sector of airspace by changing routes and speeds (available for iPad®, iPhone®, and iPod touch®).
A total solar eclipse will be visible in Australia on Nov. 14, 2012. Join this live webcast from Cairns, Australia!
NASA has a new online science resource for teachers and students to help bring Earth, the solar system and the universe into their schools and homes.
This site about asteroids and comets features a physics-based asteroid game and resources for backyard astronomers.
It's baaaa-aaack! Hubble Space Telescope data has revived the "deceased" exoplanet.
Get an overview of a new interactive Mars Curiosity activity and learn about a new innovative teaching tool called a digital badge.
10.15.12 - For more than a decade, the space station has provided hands-on educational opportunities that encourage students to go beyond passive learning.
10.17.12 - The TrACE catalog aims to increase climate literacy by providing educators with tools to teach the complex subject of climate change.
What causes meteor showers anyway? Comets! Find out more about meteor showers.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
On Oct. 14-20, NASA explorers will take students on virtual trips around the world to inspire them to pursue Earth science careers.› NASA's Earth Science Week Website → | › Connect With NASA
Download the game to build and upgrade a communications network to support scientific missions.