Read about the history of flight and even learn about the myths and legends about flying.
Read about large groups of stars.
Check out this list of facts to learn more about Earth's oceans.
You can help by planting a tree. Maybe you can grow your own fruit and vegetables.
Rain doesn't fall out of a clear, blue sky. You need clouds. But what makes clouds? Read this story to find out!
03.27.13 - Clouds are made of water or ice in the air. They are an important part of Earth's weather.
Learn more about the star of our solar system.
Hoping for more birthdays, alien M51 moves Earth closer to the sun and learns an important lesson about life in the universe.› Captioned video →
Find out who is living on the International Space Station right now.
02.27.13 - Antarctica is very cold and a good place to study Earth.› Read and Comment
Dr. Dish gives you the answer.
One day a NASA mission may study an asteroid.
02.06.13 - A satellite is an object that moves around a larger object.
01.30.13 - Why does Saturn have rings?
Watch this cartoon interview with NASA astrophysicist Merav Opher.
Find out why Mars is called the "Red Planet."
Have you ever been curious about where all the technology in your school, home, car, computer or office comes from?
Watch this video to learn who built the International Space Station.
12.06.12 - Spacesuits protect astronauts in space, on the moon and on other planets.› Read and Comment
The North Pole and the South Pole are both cold. But is one colder than the other?