01.25.06 - A new product using a NASA-based technology might make winter just a little easier to endure for those living in parts of the U.S. where snow and ice are common.
01.24.06 - NASA will host thousands of local students to learn about the latest from Mars as part of the 2006 JASON Expedition, "Mysteries of Earth and Mars."
01.24.06 - G. Scott Hubbard, director of NASA Ames Research Center, today announced that he has accepted a new position as the Carl Sagan Chair for the Study of Life in the Universe at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, Calif.
1.11.06 - A NASA DC-8 aircraft will carry a team of scientists to observe the Stardust sample capsule as it enters Earth's atmosphere and flies to a landing in the Utah desert at 2 a.m. PST on Jan.15, 2006.
1.04.06 - Scientists on a NASA aircraft will observe the Stardust sample capsule as it enters Earth's atmosphere on Jan.15, 2006.
12.19.05 - Responding to a recent coral bleaching event in the Caribbean, a NASA-led team is in the region this week assessing the situation as part of a U.S. inter-agency response.
12.08.05 - Former Astronaut Bonnie Dunbar and education specialists from NASA Ames, will visit Toppenish Middle School, Toppenish, Wash., to share NASA's future exploration goals and their excitement about the future of space exploration.
12.02.05 - NASA researchers will present findings on a variety of Earth and space science topics at the 2005 Annual Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
11.29.05 - Astronaut Richard Linnehan and NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Deputy Director Steve Schmidt will share the Vision for Space Exploration with tomorrow's explorers.
11.23.05 - NASA Ames senior official and astronaut share NASA's future exploration goals and their excitement about the future of space exploration with Montana students.
11.14.05 - NASA has assigned management of its Robotic Lunar Exploration Program to NASA Ames Research Center in California's Silicon Valley.
11.10.05 - A spaceship water quality sensor that can also detect biohazards and diagnose cancer is one of many inventions for which a NASA scientist receives an award.
11.03.05 - NASA's innovative high-performance computing technology will be featured at the International Conference of High Performance Computing, Networking and Storage (SC05) in Seattle's Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Nov. 12-18, 2005.
11.01.05 - NASA and the SpaceWorld Foundation today signed an agreement that will dramatically enhance the visitor experience at the present Ames-based NASA Exploration Center while paving the way for a future SpaceWorld at Hangar One.
10.26.05 - NASA Ames' Multi-center Traffic Management Advisor Development Team is honored at NASA's Turning Goals Into Reality awards ceremony.
10.26.05 - Internet users can now take virtual 3-D trips to nearly anyplace on the moon, thanks to a NASA program first designed to show aerial Earth views.
10.18.05 - A dozen contestants will vie for $100,000 in prizes Oct. 22 – Oct. 23, 2005, for the best space tethers and beamed-power, 'tether climber' robots.
10.13.05 - The Russian Astrobiology Centre will become an affiliate of the NASA Astrobiology Institute through its international partners program.
10.11.05 - A team of NASA exobiology researchers revealed today organic chemicals that play a crucial role in the chemistry of life are common in space.
10.07.05 - If you could design your own planet, would it be habitable?