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NASA is developing a world-class R&D campus: the NASA Research Park.
Learn about NASA Ames' namesake.
06.17.2013 - The first suborbital rocket launch from Spaceport America funded by NASA's Flight Opportunities Program to carry multiple space technology payloads will launch on June 21.
06.17.2013 - A NASA scientist, whose research and leadership helped revolutionize planetary probe and sample return technology, today received an award for his work.
06.17.2013 - One of humankind’s most challenging ventures, sending vehicles to other worlds, will draw 150 experts for the International Planetary Probe Workshop.
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.