Educators are invited to participate in two science workshops offered in early May.
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Retiring center director Kevin L. Petersen received a speedy and splashing sendoff April 2 as he wrapped up a more than 37-year career as a research engineer, manager and center director at Dryden.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center will be conducting a series of research flights on Thursday morning, June 11, 2009, that could result in multiple sonic booms being heard in the local area.
Research at NASA Dryden more than 35 years ago that led to improvements in the fuel economy of large long-haul trucks has been honored by the Space Foundation.
Erick Young, a widely recognized authority on infrared astronomy, has been appointed science mission operations director for NASA's Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA.
NASA engineer Starr Ginn lives an aviation-filled life.
Retiring NASA Dryden Fight Research Center director Kevin Petersen got an April Fool's Day surprise when he arrived at work on April 1, 2009 – the HiMAT remotely piloted research aircraft sitting in his parking space in front of Dryden's main building.
About 25 seventh-grade girls from several area middle schools got up close and personal with some unique aircraft and high technology recently when they participated in a "Tech Trek" tour of NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
Shawn Georg spent years on the family cattle ranch near Sabetha with his eyes toward the sky as military fighters and cargo planes flew low-level routes over the property.
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center’s Office of Education will present two free science workshops in mid-April, one on Martian geology, the other on rocketry.
Local educators are invited to a space science workshop on Saturday, April 4, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the AERO Institute in Palmdale.
Several high school robotics teams sponsored or supported in part by NASA Dryden Flight Research Center scored high in regional competitions sponsored by the FIRST organization March 27-28.
Steven Humphrey is tasked with designing real-time computer displays to gather and interpret in-flight data.
Kevin L. Petersen, director of NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center, has announced he plans to retire from NASA, effective April 3.
NASA has completed work on a 92-acre launch complex that will serve as the test site for abort flight tests of its newest spacecraft, the Orion crew exploration vehicle, which is intended to take astronauts back to the moon.
NASA has presented its Quality and Safety Achievement Recognition, or QASAR, award for 2008 to Daniel J. Crowley, director of Facilities Engineering and Asset Management at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center.
More than a score of children and their parents learned about flying in space during a hands-on NASA Education Family Night focusing on the upcoming STS-119 space shuttle mission at the AERO Institute in Palmdale Feb. 19.
This modified Lockheed JetStar business jet was flown by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center on a variety of significant aeronautical research projects from 1964 through 1989.
More than 250 eighth grade students from eight schools experienced hands-on science and engineering during the Bohn-Meyer Math and Science Odyssey Feb. 6 at Antelope Valley College in Lancaster, Calif.
With its afterburners roaring, NASA research pilot Jim Smolka pulls NASA's highly modified NF-15B research aircraft into a steep climb after takeoff from Edwards Air Force Base on its final flight.