NASA's site covers everything about space, including news about projects and missions, and how what we learn in space can help make life better on earth. Below are some specific sites of interest from NASA.
Click here for a list of the various Space Centers. Each Space Center concentrates on specific aspects of air travel. Texas has a Space Center in Houston - Johnson Space Center. The Johnson Space Center is the home of the Space Shuttle Program, and the research base for the International Space Station. There is a link just for students.
The AWC enhances aviation safety by issuing accurate warnings, forecasts and analyses of hazardous weather for aviation interests. Here you can see RADAR, satellite, forecasts, winds and temperatures aloft, notices to airmen, and volcanic eruptions.
The Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS) makes available to the aviation community digital and graphical analyses, forecasts and observations of meteorological variables. Click on the various tabs, such as Turbulence, and see where turbulence has been reported for today.