NASA honors fallen astronauts, lost shuttles

2016-12-14T19:57:44+00:00

In the first memorial of its kind, NASA and the families of the 14 men and women who lost their lives aboard the shuttle Challenger in 1986 and Columbia in 2003 have joined together to remember the astronauts with pictures, personal mementos and, in an emotional first, iconic wreckage from both orbiters. A section of [...]

NASA honors fallen astronauts, lost shuttles2016-12-14T19:57:44+00:00

Second-graders capture most popular solar eruption images

2016-12-14T19:57:44+00:00

Two months ago, Forrest Road Elementary School second-graders remotely controlled a professional telescope and photographed cool images of a mighty hot event - a solar eruption. In fact, the students' time-lapse of the images is so cool, it has received the most clicks of all the images from the event posted on a scientific website. [...]

Second-graders capture most popular solar eruption images2016-12-14T19:57:44+00:00

Street’s Corner: Kids Explore The Moon At Space Camp

2015-07-29T23:37:30+00:00

JT travels to the Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College to see how some NASA artifacts are igniting the imaginations of local kids on "Street's Corner." Watch video here

Street’s Corner: Kids Explore The Moon At Space Camp2015-07-29T23:37:30+00:00