06.11.2013 - Reporters are invited to interview team members at NASA Ames in addition to viewing live launch coverage and televised news broadcasts.
NASA has selected 21 more space technology payloads for flights on commercial reusable launch vehicles, balloons, and a commercial parabolic aircraft.
06.26.2013 - On Wednesday, June 26, NASA’s newest mission, the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph or IRIS, will launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. IRIS will take flight using a Pegasus XL rocket, carried aloft by an Orbital Sciences L-1011 aircraft from Vandenberg. This exciting launch will broadcast live at the NASA Ames Visitor Center at NASA’s Ames Research Center.
06.07.2013 - The Kepler spacecraft remains in its Point Rest State (PRS) and is operating well in this mode.
06.06.13 - Airborne and satellite mission over southern U.S. this summer to study how pollution and natural emissions affect atmospheric composition and climate.
06.04.13 - NASA's next scientific satellite, which is scheduled for launch June 26, will provide the most detailed look ever at the sun's lower atmosphere.
06.04.13 - The NASA Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) arrived today at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility to begin final processing for its trip to the moon later this year.
05.31.2013 - On May 28, 2013, NASA's Kepler mission delivered new data to the NASA Exoplanet Archive.
05.29.2013 - Reporters are invited to interview IRIS team members from NASA Ames and view a live televised news briefing broadcast June 4, 2013.
05.22.2013 - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. will join more than 500 world-renowned researchers and scientists May 23, 2013, to release a call to action on climate change.
05.21.2013 - Following the apparent failure of reaction wheel 4, engineers were successful at transitioning the spacecraft to Point Rest State.
05.20.2013 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will visit Ames on May 24 to view PhoneSat and 3D printing demonstrations, and to meet with local news media.
05.15.2013 - At our semi-weekly contact on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, we found the Kepler spacecraft once again in safe mode.
05.15.2013 - NASA will host a news teleconference at 4 p.m. EDT, today, May 15, to discuss the status of the agency's Kepler Space Telescope.
05.15.2013 - Nanosatellites now have their own mass transit to catch rides to space and perform experiments in microgravity.
05.14.2013 - Scientists now have the capability to systematically investigate the molecular evolution of cosmic carbon.
05.09.2013 - During a scheduled contact, engineers discovered Kepler was in a self-protective mode. The spacecraft returned to science data collection on May 6.
05.06.13 - Abegael Jakey, pilot and NASA aviation safety advocate, just flew with the Blue Angels. What did you do today?
05.02.2013 - For about one week, engineers at NASA Ames and ham radio operators worldwide reconstructed an image of Earth.
04.30.13 - Robert Carvalho is one of two flight controllers for the IRIS mission, and is helping design, develop and integrate flight controller software tools.