» Space & Exploration - NASA Resources
  • Basics of Space Flight - Participants will identify the range of concepts associated with robotic interplanetary space flight and grasp how they relate to one another
  • Discovery Circumstances - Discovery circumstances for the planets with links to information for planetary satellites and small-bodies
  • NASA Oceanography - Exploring our Ocean planet from Space. At NASA we recognize that it may not be intuitively obvious what role a space agency can play in exploring our oceans. This web page will tell you our story
  • Jupiter Millennium - December 30, 2000 - The Cassini spacecraft, on its journey to Saturn, will make its close approach to Jupiter in December 2000. The Galileo spacecraft has been exploring Jupiter since 1995. For the first time two robotic spacecraft will actively observe the same outer planet at the same time from close range
  • Mars Exploration Program - The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is the leader in robotic Mars Exploration. Explore the wonders of Mars with JPL's help, by visiting the Mars Exploration home page. You will find fascinating information in sections called: Extreme Planet, Follow the Water, Mars Rocks, Life on Mars?, The Martian Mystique and Just for Kids
  • NASA Kids - NASA Kids is best place for kids interested in Space, Science, Rocket, Astronauts and the Solar System
  • NASA Wallops Flight Facility - Established in 1945, Wallops Flight Facility; one of the oldest launch sites in the world; is located on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Our support of scientific research and orbital and suborbital payloads places us at the center of NASA's space and Earth sciences
  • From Stargazers to Starships - Home page and index of tutorial/historical exposition of the motion of Earth in space, Newtonian mechanics and spaceflight, on a high school level
  • The Space Weather Bureau - Daily monitoring of solar flares, geomagnetic storms, Earth's aurora, and all forms of space weather
  • The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory - The SOHO project is being carried out by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as a cooperative effort between the two agencies in the framework of the Solar Terrestrial Science Program (STSP) comprising SOHO and CLUSTER, and the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics Program (ISTP), with Geotail (ISAS-Japan), Wind, and Polar.
  • Earth Observatory - Where you can monitor regional and global changes on our planet almost as they happen. Here you can explore with NASA scientists the causes and effects of climatic and environmental change through the use of real satellite data.
  • Space Science - SpaceScience.com features daily news about NASA research, live sky events, space weather, and opportunities for our readers to participate in real NASA science
  • Visible Earth - Visible Earth is a free site from NASA that is a searchable, Yahoo-like directory of images, visualizations, and animations of the Earth. If you are interested in learning more about Earth's biosphere, cryosphere, or any other type of sphere, you are going to LOVE this site
  • Great Images in NASA Library of Images - GRIN is a collection of over a thousand images of significant historical interest scanned at high-resolution in several sizes. This collection is intended for the media, publishers, and the general public looking for high-quality photographs. Please note that downloading these image files may take some time, although searching and browsing should be relatively quick
  • Astrobiology at NASA - Astrobiology is the study of life in the universe. It provides a biological perspective to many areas of NASA research, linking such endeavors as the search for habitable planets, exploration missions to Mars and Europa, efforts to understand the origin of life, and planning for the future of life beyond Earth
  • Warp Drive When? - Have you ever wondered when we will be able to travel to distant stars as easily as in science fiction stories? NASA Glenn's Marc Millis, who has taken a break from Project Management for NASA's Breakthrough Propulsion Physics (BPP) Project to return to conducting research, offers this assessment of the prospects for achieving the propulsion breakthroughs that would enable such far-future visions of interstellar travel