A number of engineers, technicians, managers and support staff at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center sacrificed precious family time to prepare for the Orion launch abort system PA-1 flight test.
About 150 youngsters joined their parents at the Dryden Flight Research Center recently during the center's Bring Your Children to Work Day.
NASA has released the first-ever airborne radar images of the deformation in Earth’s surface caused by a major earthquake.
Three NASA Dryden aircraft modified for science missions will be involved in NASA's new "Earth Venture" series of low-to-moderate cost environmental projects.
NASA's Gulfstream III aircraft carrying a sophisticated synthetic aperture radar will fly a brief series of imaging missions over the Gulf oil spill area this week.
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The Orion Launch Abort System Pad Abort-1 flight test crew module has been returned to NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
NASA's Gulfstream III carrying a synthetic aperture radar returns to Palmdale base after 18-day CanEX SM10 soil moisture survey mission in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Global Hawk Pacific mission proved the worth of NASA's high-altitude, long-endurance Global Hawk unmanned aircraft for environmental science missions.
A Japanese spacecraft returned a capsule to Earth on June 13 in a uninhabited area of South Australia. NASA scientists and engineers played a contributing role in the mission.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center recently provided logistics and range support for a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory team that tested a landing radar system for the next Mars rover mission adjacent to Dryden's Edwards Air Force Base facilities.
A planeload of scientists aboard NASA's DC-8 airborne laboratory have flown to Australia to catch a glimpse of the fiery return of a Japanese spacecraft to Earth.
NASA astronaut Marsha Ivins presents a Silver Snoopy award to retired Edwards Air Force Base airspace manager Bill Gries for his service to the space shuttle program.
A second NASA Global Hawk Earth sciences aircraft took to the skies May 27 on its first checkout flight since being acquired by NASA almost three years ago.
The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) achieved a major milestone May 26, with its first in-flight night observations.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center has awarded a contract to GRD Inc., of Doylestown, Pa., for continued project management planning support at the center, effective June 1, 2010.
Space shuttle Atlantis completed its last scheduled flight, landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida after mission STS-132 to the International Space Station.
NASA's ER-2 high-altitude Earth resources aircraft is wrapping up almost three weeks of survey flights over the Gulf of Mexico and gulf coastal areas to survey the extent and nature of the Gulf oil spill, with a final flight is slated for late Tuesday, May 25.
The Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, mission operations and science instrument teams are working nights in a dress rehearsal for the airborne observatory’s Telescope Assembly Characterization and 'First Light' flight.
Space shuttle Atlantis' launch on its last scheduled mission was bittersweet for the thousands of NASA and contractor staff who worked with the orbiter over 25 years.
Officials of the City of Palmdale, NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center and the AERO Institute re-dedicated NASA Dryden's Educator Resource Center May 19 in Palmdale.