NASA -National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Follow this link to skip to the main content
+ Text Only Site
+ Site Help & Preferences
Go
ABOUT NASALATEST NEWSMULTIMEDIAMISSIONSMyNASAWORK FOR NASA

+ Home
FOR MEDIA AND PRESS
Breaking News
Press Release Archive
Reports
Audio Clips
Press Kits
Fact Sheets
Images
Multimedia Resources
Speeches
Press Contacts
Go
+ NASA Home > For Media & Press > Press Release Archive

ARCHIVE
12.30.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-061
The Expedition 12 crew is looking forward to New Year's after a quiet Christmas 225 miles above the Earth.
+ Read More
12.29.05 - Michoud Staff Honored for Heroic Work
NASA is honoring employees who risked their lives during Hurricane Katrina to protect the agency's Michoud Assembly Facility. The event is at 2 p.m. EST, Thursday, Jan. 5.
+ Read More
12.28.05 - NASA Awards Goddard Scientific Support Services Contract
NASA selected Science Applications International Corporation to provide scientific support to advance the use of satellite data in weather, climate and environmental prediction.
+ Read More
12.23.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-060
A holiday delivery arrived at the International Space Station today for the Expedition 12 crew.
+ Read More
12.22.05 - Hubble Discovers New Rings and Moons Around Uranus
The largest ring is twice the diameter of the planet's previously known rings. The rings are so far from the planet, they are being called Uranus' "second ring system."
+ Read More
12.22.05 - NASA Administrator's Authorization Bill Statement
The following is a statement by NASA Administrator Michael Griffin about the NASA Authorization Bill.
+ Read More
12.22.05 - NASA's Top Space Exploration Stories Of 2005
NASA completed a successful year of milestones and discoveries in 2005 as the agency begins to implement the Vision for Space Exploration, America’s long-term plan for returning astronauts to the moon to prepare for voyages to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
+ Read More
12.21.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-059
Supplies and holiday gifts are on the way to the International Space Station following today's Progress spacecraft launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
+ Read More
12.21.05 - NASA Prepares for Return of Interstellar Cargo
NASA's Stardust mission is nearing Earth after a 2.88 billion mile journey to return cometary and interstellar dust particles back to Earth.
+ Read More
12.21.05 - 'NASAcast' Provides Audio and Video for the Portable Digital Age
Podcasting is the latest on-the-go technology that gives users the freedom to listen to or watch news and other programs anywhere, anytime.
+ Read More
12.20.05 - NASA Awards Houston Aircraft Support Contract
NASA has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin Services, Inc., Houston, to provide support to agency aircraft used in simulation training for flying the space shuttle.
+ Read More
12.19.05 - NASA Selects Flight Critical Systems Technology Providers
NASA has selected five firms in response to a request for proposal for "Flight Critical Systems Research" issued on January 3, 2005.
+ Read More
12.19.05 - NASA Sets Sights on First Pluto Mission
NASA is preparing to launch the first spacecraft to distant Pluto and its moon Charon.
+ Read More
12.16.05 - Expendable Launch Vehicle Status Report: E05-021
The launch of Pluto New Horizons is scheduled for NET Jan. 17, 2006.
+ Read More
12.16.05 - NASA Seeks Innovative Ideas for Revolutionary Concepts
The focus for solicitations is on revolutionary, advanced concepts for architectures and systems that meet NASA mission "grand visions."
+ Read More
12.16.05 - Launch Site for Record-Setting Flight
NASA announced Friday the agency's Kennedy Space Center, Fla., will be the takeoff site for an attempt to set the record for the longest flight of an aircraft or balloon.
+ Read More
12.15.05 - ISS Status Report: SS05-058
This week the crew focused on preparing for the arrival of a holiday shipment of fuel, food, water, spare parts and gifts. A Progress spacecraft launches from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 1:38 p.m. EST, Dec. 21.
+ Read More
12.15.05 - Shuttle Status Report: S05-036
Work continues for Discovery's second mission in the Return to Flight sequence, STS-121.
+ Read More
12.15.05 - First Comet Sample Return to Earth
NASA will brief news media at 1 p.m. EST, Wednesday, Dec. 21, about the return of the Stardust capsule.
+ Read More
12.15.05 - Special Christmas Delivery
The International Space Station crew will get a special Christmas delivery when the next Russian cargo ship docks to the orbiting laboratory Dec. 23.
+ Read More

Archive Page 1 of 35
+ Next
PAST YEAR ARCHIVES
View Press Releases

2007+ Single-Page View
+ Multi-Page View

2006+ Single-Page View
+ Multi-Page View

2005+ Single-Page View
+ Multi-Page View

2004+ Single-Page View
+ Multi-Page View

2003+ Single-Page View
+ Multi-Page View

2002+ Single-Page View

2001+ Single-Page View

2000+ Single-Page View

1999+ Single-Page View

1998+ Single-Page View

1997+ Single-Page View

1996+ Single-Page View

1995+ Single-Page View

1994+ Single-Page View

1993+ Single-Page View

1992+ Single-Page View

1991+ Single-Page View

1990+ Single-Page View



+ Back to Top

+ Freedom of Information Act
+ Budgets, Strategic Plans and Accountability Reports
+ The President's Management Agenda
+ Privacy Policy and Important Notices
+ Inspector General Hotline
+ Equal Employment Opportunity Data Posted Pursuant to the No Fear Act
+ Information-Dissemination Priorities and Inventories
+ USA.gov
+ ExpectMore.gov
NASA
Editor: Jim Wilson
NASA Official: Brian Dunbar
Last Updated: February 27, 2007
+ Contact NASA
+ SiteMap