We thought we saw sunspots yesterday, so we pointed a slightly more powerful telescope at the sun this morning. Yep. Sunspots.
The world’s beauty is joined by extraterrestrial beauty, and since Jupiter is now closer to Earth than it has been in a year, NASA took some pics.
If we’re planning to go back to the moon, to Mars, or beyond, we need some basic science experiments to pave the way for long space flights.
Are we alone? NASA scientists have published their discovery of 7 Earth-sized planets orbiting a red dwarf star that’s only 39 light years away.
A movie about the role black women played in NASA’s rocket programs in the 60s brings home some important lessons for students everywhere.
Indoor skydiving is a reward for some Dallas-area students who are doing well in school. Fun, exciting, and a great lesson in math and physics.
Using detailed data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA developed an accurate map of the path of totality for the US solar eclipse.
An intriguing jet stream can be found in Saturn’s atmosphere, and NASA’s Cassini sent back a few pics from the latest phase of its mission.
We’re one year away from a total solar eclipse, the first one visible from the US in about 38 years. What will you do?
Rainfall patterns shifted this year because of an unusual El Niño in the Pacific that started back in December.