This past year has been a busy one for the International Space Station.
Scientist Camille Alleyne discusses a new education publication that highlights space station investigations and activities that inspire students.
Dec. 21, 2012, wasn't the end of the world, and here's why.
Learn about the different space agencies worldwide that work together on the International Space Station.
This annotated bibliography covering the space shuttle program from 1992 to 2011 is now available as an e-Book.
NASA is with you when you fly. See NASA innovations found on commercial, military and other aircraft.
A total solar eclipse will be visible in Australia on Nov. 14, 2012. Join this live webcast from Cairns, Australia!
See what NASA intern Lyndsey McMillon did during her internship at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
Download the game to build and upgrade a communications network to support scientific missions.
On Oct. 25-26, 2012, the NASA History Program Office will webcast live a symposium, marking the 50th anniversary of planetary exploration.
Learn about Earth science careers.
Find teaching materials and events in your area to celebrate this worldwide event taking place Oct. 4-10.
Find resources on living organisms in the space environment from the Space Life Sciences education website.
NASA engages the public with a custom-produced Internet music radio station crafted specifically to speak the language of tech-savvy young adults.
Audio and video podcasts on NASA missions looking for answers deep into the cosmos.
NASA is offering more space shuttle heat shield tiles and food packaged for spaceflight to museums and schools. Apply while the supply lasts.
Check out this frequently updated blog from astronaut Suni Williams, who is currently living and working on the International Space Station.
Join a panel of space scientists on Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. in Pasadena, Calif., as they discuss this historic mission. Or view a live webcast of the event.
See the latest images from the rover currently exploring Mars.