Learn about this mighty machine with these educational resources from NASA.
The Space Lab winning experiments were performed by astronaut Sunita Williams on the space station on Sept. 13.
Tune in Saturday, Sept. 8, for a live webcast event kicking off this competition.› Watch Video →
09.04.12 - Students worldwide have an opportunity to name an asteroid from which an upcoming NASA mission will return the first samples to Earth.
09.05.12 - Plan for the school year with challenges, resources and exciting opportunities from NASA.
08.29.12 - NASA's Associate Administrator of Education and former Astronaut Leland Melvin recalls when he applied to the astronaut program. He had family members telling him he couldn’t be an astronaut, but his dreams surpassed any obstacles that stood in his way, and Melvin made it happen.
Musician will.i.am addresses students during an event celebrating the first time in history a recorded song has been beamed back to Earth from Mars.
Reuse our clips and images to make a multimedia project about recycling.
Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong was a role model for working hard and making dreams come true.› Neil Armstrong Bio for K-4 Students | › Neil Armstrong Bio for 5-8 Students
08.23.12 - NASA is helping pigs and birds explore the Martian terrain and shed light on the agency's missions to the Red Planet in the latest update to the game Angry Birds Space. Rovio Entertainment, creator of Angry Birds, announced the update Thursday, complete with a cast of agency rovers and landers.
Celebrate the historic Aug. 5 Mars rover landing with these educational resources.
Check out videos highlighting the latest news and information about the Mars Curiosity rover.
NASA honors approximately 30 contributors and developers who created a NASA FlexBook, an online interactive textbook.
06.28.12 - Smokey Bear visited the Mission Control Center at the Johnson Space Center on Thursday for a 68th birthday celebration.› Video: Birthday greetings from station | › Sighting Opportunities →
Small groups of educators work on original research project with a professional astronomer. Applications are due Sept. 21, 2012.
Check out recent satellite images of all the cities that have hosted the modern Summer Olympics, from Athens in 1896 to London in 2012.
Visit the Space Place to find out why we have meteor showers.
Middle school student Molly Moore interviews NASA's Associate Administrator for Education, Leland Melvin.
07.24.12 - To the NASA Education Family, Sally Ride was more than the first American woman in space: She was a champion of STEM education.› Sally Ride Bio for K-4 Students | › Sally Ride Bio for 5-8 Students
NASA was established on July 29, 1958. What's it like to work for NASA? Scientists and engineers tell all on the cartoon talk show "Space Place Live!"