05.06.13 - Students from a half-dozen junior and senior high schools get a first-hand look at technology and engineering in action during ITEA event.
05.08.13 - A NASA opportunity in high school helped lead graduate student Jared Crooks on a path to shape the framework of future scientific exploration.
A mixture of academic rigor and technology skills brought students from Denbigh High School to NASA's Langley Research Center during spring break.
04.27.13 - NASA has declared the winners of the 20th NASA Great Moonbuggy Race at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala.› Flickr: Face of the Race 2013 →
04.02.13 - This video takes a look back at the best views of Earth from space in 2012.
Ocean covers over 70 percent of Earth's surface and contains about 97 percent of Earth's surface water. Find out why NASA studies the ocean.
04.09.13 - Season not entirely over for Tehachapi and Antelope Valley High teams with outreach demonstrations planned in coming weeks.
04.04.13 - Lancaster High School team invited to FIRST championships; Tehachapi and Antelope Valley High teams attempt to qualify at Las Vegas regional meet.
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04.04.13 - Young women from schools in Florida's Putnam and Volusia counties recently participated in a panel discussion with NASA professionals on making career choices.
03.27.13 - Meet six INSPIRE students and find out how their participation in a NASA educational project made a difference in their lives.
California's Lancaster High School robotics team took their robot to the state capitol for a demonstration before competing in regional events.
Listen to sounds recorded by spacecraft exploring the solar system and to conversations had by humans travelling in space.
High schools from Los Angeles, Atascadero, Goleta and Beverly Hills are top winners in the Los Angeles regional FIRST Robotics Competition.
The NASA Knights took part in the FIRST Robotics regional event in Raleigh, N.C., in mid-March. The event featured 55 U.S. teams, plus a team from the Netherlands.
Learn about how the sun affects Earth and why it's important to keep tabs on space weather.
It was a day filled with duct-tape boats and coffee-filter lunar landers at NASA's 2013 Career Days.
03.13.13 - Two student-lead teams competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition rebuilt their machines after a highway crash.
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Where's the driver's seat for a Mars rover? Millions of miles away, back on Earth!