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First Woman graphic novel detail

First Woman graphic novel detail

First Woman

Read the fictional story of Callie, the first woman and person of color on the Moon. The 40-page comic book highlights NASA technologies for exploring the Moon.

Spot the Station

Spot the International Space Station, humanity’s home in space, as it passes over Earth with NASA’s Spot the Station mobile app and website.

The Lost Universe

NASA’s first TTRPG invites you to take on a classic villain as you embark on an exciting quest to unlock more knowledge about our universe.

Hooray for SLS!

Written by Lane Polak and illustrated by Heather Legge-Click, this story introduces young explorers to the unique elements needed for Artemis missions.

NASA Home and City

NASA technology is all around you. Discover which technologies originally used for space missions are now making life better on Earth.

Exoplanet Travel Bureau

Even the closest exoplanets are too far away to visit. But what if they weren't? Take a trip outside our solar system with guided tours in English and Spanish.

Unusual late-season melting in Greenland turned the glacier’s surface into a mishmash of ice, firn, melt, and dirt.

Global Ice Viewer

Ice, which covers 10 percent of Earth's surface, is disappearing rapidly. See how climate change has affected glaciers, sea ice and continental ice sheets worldwide.

Tundra wetlands are shown in late spring at the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.

Climate Time Machine

This series of visualizations shows how some of the key indicators of climate change have changed in Earth's recent history.

Climate Science Quizzes

Earth is an ever-changing place. How much do you know about your home planet? Test your knowledge of climate science.

Living off the land

Solar System Treks

Online portals that allow you to visualize, explore, and analyze the surfaces of other worlds using real data returned from a growing fleet of spacecraft.


The Hubble Skymap puts the night sky at your fingertips any time of day. Roam the Milky Way to find a selection of galaxies, stars, and nebulae as seen by Hubble.

Hubble's view of the Horsehead Nebula

Name That Nebula

What do you see in the cosmic clouds? Test your nebulae knowledge and match these tumultuous clouds of gas and dust with their true names.

This image of the Crab Nebula combines data from NASA’s Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) in magenta and NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory in dark purple.

What Hubble Saw on Your Birthday

Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder on your birthday.

NASA Kids' Club Nebula riding in a purpose spaceship around a circular space station

NASA Kids' Club

A space for children to play games as they learn about NASA and its missions. Here, you will find games of various skill levels for children K–4.

You Are Going

Illustrated by former NASA intern Shane Tolentino, this story shares a glimpse into future Artemis missions. Learn about the elements that will make Artemis possible.

NASA Space Place

NASA Space Place's mission is to inspire upper-elementary-aged kids' learning of space and Earth science through games, activities, and short videos.

NASA Climate Kids

Games, activities, videos, and stories to help students understand our changing planet through the eyes of NASA missions studying Earth.

Explore the Eyes On Suite of Software

Experience Earth, our solar system, nearby asteroids, the universe, and the spacecraft exploring them with immersive real-time 3D web-based apps for Mac, PC, and mobile devices. No download or sign up necessary.

Eyes on the Solar System banner displaying Juno spacecraft in the bottom right, Mars 2020 EDL on the left, Mars in the bottom left and Jupiter in the top right. We can see The Earth in the distance.

Eyes on the Solar System

Explore planets, their moons, asteroids, comets and the spacecraft exploring them. In this interactive, you can also fast-forward or rewind time, from 1950 to 2050.

Eyes on Asteroids banner displaying an asteroid field in space with the Sun in the top right corner casting light on the asteroids and debris

Eyes on Asteroids

Explore the 30,000+ asteroids near Earth’s orbit, see the next five closest approaches to Earth, and learn about current and historic missions in this real-time 3D simulation of the solar system. 

Eyes on the Earth banner displaying Jason 3 spacecraft orbiting around Earth. We can see the spacecraft instrument frustum looking at the Earth surface with colored data where the frustum interesects with Earth.

Eyes on the Earth

Fly along with Earth science missions in real-time, monitor Earth's vital signs, and see satellite imagery of the latest major weather events in an immersive, 3D environment.

Eyes on the Exoplanets banner displaying an hypothetical exoplanet with its moon and a star in the distance,

Eyes on Exoplanets

Discover over 5,500 exoplanet systems in this 3D interactive simulation.  You can visit every exoplanet ever discovered and ride along with the spacecraft that found them. 

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