Mission Countdown Clock
Science By The Numbers
Meet Guillaume Colin, NASA Citizen Scientist
"Don’t be shy! Don’t be intimidated if you’re not in that astronomical field, don’t hesitate to ask the pros; they are here to help you just as you are here to help them!"
Six Rules for Surviving in a Government Organization
An interview of Dr. Paul Hertz, a senior leader in the Science Mission Directorate.
“I was going to have balance, and I wasn’t going to be a world‐famous scientist.”
As we sail the sands of time & space, science gives context & meaning to measures great & small, like stars. There are as many stars in the universe as grains of sand on Earth. Plan your year of discovery & usher in this new era of NASA Science with us.
What's Up - March 2023
Following their close approach in the sky on March 1, Venus and Jupiter go their separate ways. Venus climbs higher each evening, while Jupiter exists the morning sky at month's end. And those with binoculars of a small telescope can seek out dwarf planet Ceres, which is at its brightest this month.
Double Asteroid Redirection Test Post-Impact Image Gallery
After 10 months flying in space, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) – the world’s first planetary defense technology demonstration – successfully impacted its asteroid target on Monday, September 26 at 7:14 p.m. EDT. the agency’s first attempt to move an asteroid in space.
NASA’s Earth Information Center
Planning for NASA’s Earth Information Center is underway, which will allow people to see how our planet is changing.