06.29.11 - When the orbiter Atlantis lands at the end of the STS-135 mission, the Space Shuttle Program will be complete.
Teachers and students from the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Indian Creek High School visited Goddard Space Flight Center.
05.07.10 - Every summer, students participate in academic programs at NASA field centers across the country. Here are some useful tips.
06.15.11 - From lunar landings to distant stars, Carlotta Pham's NASA internships presented a universe of opportunity.
06.08.11 - On his way to a NASA career, research engineer Quenton Bonds was an entrepreneur, a high school science teacher and a participant in multiple NASA student projects.
06.1.0.11 - NASA intern Ashley Allman helped develop a program to help keep Robonaut 2 and astronauts on the space station safe.
Narrated by William Shatner, this video highlights the shuttle's history.
05.13.11 - More than 11,000 students and their robots recently competed and earned honors for design excellence, competitive play, teamwork and partnerships.
4.18.11 - Learn the message behind the mission patch in this interactive feature.› Read Non-Flash Version | › Download viewer
The final flight of space shuttle Endeavour will carry the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer scientific instrument.
STS-134 is delivering the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to the space station. This detector will scour the universe in search of dark matter. Find out more about this mysterious missing mass.
Create your own planet or make one like Earth.› Play interactive →
NASA's 18th annual Great Moonbuggy Race has raced to a successful finish! And the winners are...
Find out how NASA is participating in the 2011 FIRST Robotics competition.
03.30.11 - Winning a NASA challenge to design the aircraft of the future was the takeoff that one aerospace engineering student needed to land a NASA internship.
The NASA Knights, a FIRST Robotics team from Hampton, Va., spent all of February building and programming a robot to participate in the 2011 LogoMotion competition.
02.17.11 - 84 teams of future engineers will demonstrate their ingenuity at NASA's 18th annual Great Moonbuggy Race, set for April 1-2 in Huntsville, Ala.› Race Photos → | › 'Face of the Race' → | › Race Info
Check out the newest show from the PBS Design Squad. Judy and Adam team up with NASA to help 15-year-old Felipe design a human-powered glider.› "One Giant Leap" Part 1 → | › "One Giant Leap" Part 2 → | › Design Squad Website →
NASA is set to conduct an innovative engineering test to help improve future heavy-lift launch vehicles design. Watch the event live online.› Read More | › Taking Up Space Blog Post →
Launched on Feb. 11, 2010, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is making history. Meet some of women of SDO as they share their journeys to becoming scientists, engineers or other professionals.