Celebrate the 40 Year Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing
The STS-127 crew will install elements of the Japanese Kibo laboratory complex.
NASA is with you when you fly. See how on commercial jetliners, military and other aircraft.
Be a part of exploration -- one step, one "groove" at a time! Upload your photo and show friends and family your space moves!
A one of a kind view of the STS-125 mission to upgrade the world's most famous telescope.
"It is truly a historic moment aboard the International Space Station."
Meet the crew, learn about Hubble's new components, and see amazing images of the universe.
A visual celebration of the most heralded space flights in history, from those who made the trip.
The Webb Telescope may look strange, but this interactive game shows that it has much in common with tube-shaped telescopes.
Do you know how to find a trace of outer space in your home and city? This updated release is loaded with new features.
This 3-D simulation is an interactive animation of several spacewalks planned for the STS-125 mission.
View a slideshow of surprising facts about our home planet.
View NASA satellites in real time with this immersive visualization.
NASA's 3D "Science On a Sphere" film showcases some of the coldest places on Earth.
Fifty years ago America met the Mercury 7 astronauts.
After more than a million online responses, the station module formerly known as Node 3 will be called Tranquility.
Select astronauts, rockets and goals to see which historical mission you will launch.› Launch It!
Discovery and crew deliver the final set of solar arrays to the International Space Station.
The year's top science discoveries, from the Earth to our solar system and beyond.
After five years, the Mars Exploration Rovers are still studying Mars. Take a closer look at how they work.