03.12.07 - NASA satellites reveal that Amazon forests are neither evergreen nor dependent on constant rain, and are capable of manufacturing their seasons.
03.12.07 - Not all of the competitive excitement in the month of March is for college basketball. Forty-eight high school robotics teams will battle on March 15-17 at the FIRST Robotics Silicon Valley Regional at the Event Center at San Jose State University.
03.07.07 - NASA announced on March 7, 2007 that the International Space University Summer Session Program in 2009 will be held at the Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
03.07.07 - NASA officials announced Wednesday they have agreed to explore future collaborations with the state of Hawaii in commercial space initiatives and programs supporting research, education and workforce development.
03.02.07 - NASA has awarded 4.75 million hours of supercomputing time for the coming year to leading U.S. researchers. This computing time is intended to help scientists solve some of the most challenging research problems involving turbulent fluid flow, naval ship design, combustion for power generation, and ocean convection.
02.21.07 - NASA officials signed a memorandum of understanding Tuesday with a U.S. company, Virgin Galactic, LLC, to explore the potential for collaborations on the development of space suits, heat shields for spaceships, hybrid rocket motors and hypersonic vehicles capable of traveling five or more times the speed of sound.
02.08.07 - NASA researchers to discuss Mars as a life-sustaining planet, potential asteroid impacts on Earth and other topics at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in San Francisco.
02.05.07 - This morning, the President announced his Fiscal Year 2008 budget request for the entire federal government. This includes a $17.3 billion request for NASA, a 3.1 percent increase over the President’s FY 2007 request for the Agency.› FY 2008 Related Documents
02.02.07 - NASA's drive to return astronauts to the moon and later probe deeper into space achieved a key milestone recently when agency officials approved critical elements of a moon impact mission scheduled to launch in October 2008.
02.01.07 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin will brief news media about the agency's Fiscal Year 2008 budget at 10 a.m. PST, Monday, Feb. 5. Reporters are invited to observe a live broadcast of the budget news conference at NASA Headquarters in the main auditorium, Bldg. N-201, at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
01.29.07 - Washington State students will have a unique opportunity to conduct microgravity research on NASA's 'Weightless Wonder' reduced-gravity aircraft.
01.11.07 - A small NASA satellite has proven that scientists can quickly design and launch inexpensive spacecraft -- and conduct significant science.
12.20.06 - Scientists conducting a biology experiment aboard NASA's GeneSat-1 earth-orbiting satellite have been issuing upbeat reports.
12.19.06 - Approximately 200 students at the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska in Kenai and more than a thousand students across Alaska will have the opportunity to chat with the crew of STS-116.
12.18.06 - Scientists today started the biology experiment aboard NASA's GeneSat-1 satellite, which is orbiting Earth.
12.18.06 - NASA Ames Research Center and Google have signed a Space Act Agreement that formally establishes a relationship to work together on a variety of challenging technical problems.
12.17.06 - NASA's GeneSat-1 satellite continues to orbit Earth, and researchers are receiving radioed data from the spacecraft.
12.16.06 - NASA's GeneSat-1 reached orbit on Dec. 16, and the satellite's locator beacon was detected.
12.15.06 - Media briefing announcing details of Space Act Agreement with Google, Inc.