12.06.06 - Two dozen explorers will soon don space suits, live in an enclosed Mars habitat and conduct a research expedition here on Earth to learn about the future exploration of the moon and Mars.
12.06.06 - NASA photographs have revealed bright new deposits seen in two gullies on Mars that suggest water carried sediment through them sometime during the past seven years.
12.05.06 - Student experiments set to launch into orbit on on Dec. 11 from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
12.05.06 - NASA will host a news briefing at 10 a.m. PST, Wednesday, Dec. 6, to present new science results from the Mars Global Surveyor.
12.04.06 - NASA researchers will present findings to news media about Earth and space science topics at the 2006 fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
12.04.06 - NASA researchers will present findings on a variety of Earth and space science topics at the 2006 fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
11.30.06 - MOFFETT FIELD - NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale and senior executives from the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate will host a televised news conference at 11 a.m. PST Monday, Dec. 4, to announce the agency's global exploration strategy and lunar architecture.
11.16.06 - NASA today announced an opportunity for university students to work with NASA engineers to conceive, design, fabricate and test a radio-controlled aircraft capable of taking off and landing while carrying a maximum load of cargo.
11.09.06 - NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) recently marked its 30-year anniversary. The confidential reporting system is widely used by pilots and other airline employees to identify potential safety hazards.
11.06.06 - A recent NASA Astrobiology Institute study reports organic haze in the atmosphere of Saturn's moon, Titan, is similar to haze in early Earth's air.
11.06.06 - A team led by NASA and U.S. Forest Service scientists recently collected real-time, visible and infrared data from sensors onboard a remotely piloted aircraft over the Esperanza Fire in Southern California.
11.02.06 - Some of NASA's most spectacular science and engineering achievements enabled by the agency's high-end computing resources will be showcased at Supercomputing 2006 (SC06), the International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis at Tampa's Convention Center, Nov. 11-17, 2006.
10.27.06 - To go where few people have gone before, a team of expert scientists, mountain-climbers, and divers will explore the ecosystems of three high-altitude summit lakes to understand microbial life's adaptation to these challenging environments.
10.23.06 - Educator astronaut Joseph Acaba and Jack Boyd, a NASA senior official, will visit Pearl City Elementary School on Oct. 26, 2006, to share NASA’s future exploration goals and their excitement about the future of space exploration
10.19.06 - Dozens of university students are helping NASA to prepare, monitor and analyze the science from a 'nano' satellite scheduled to launch in December.
10.18.06 - News media are invited to observe a fire department training exercise designed to improve coordination among all fire agencies in Santa Clara County.
10.17.06 - Hundreds of San Francisco Bay Area girls in grades 5-8, along with their parents and teachers will join NASA astronaut Janice Voss on a journey of scientific discovery, as the Sally Ride Science Festival returns to NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 21.
10.16.06 - Astronaut Alvin Drew and Angela Phillips Diaz, a NASA senior official, will visit Sequoia Middle School, Porterville, Calif., on Oct. 19, 2006 to share NASA’s future exploration goals and their excitement about the future of space exploration.
10.11.06 - NASA is working with a corporation to help enable machines to make choices and efficiently communicate with one another without human intervention.
10.10.06 - NASA is conducting high-speed tests of small models of the agency’s new Orion crew exploration vehicle to learn about its stability during flight..