Initial flight testing of the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, continued during December at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
Initial research activities beginning in 2009 will support NASA's Airborne Science Program.
In 2007, NASA Dryden supported a number of research projects that contributed to aerospace technology, the agency's space exploration goals and the knowledge and protection of our environment.
Space Station crew downlinks message.
Remembered at Dryden as "a contrail that won’t dissipate" .
Sensor measures small geophysical changes in the Earth's surface.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center has completed the initial segment of the first phase of SOFIA flight testing.
NASA's Innovative Partnerships Program recently awarded a "Seed Fund" grant to Tao Systems, of Hampton, Va., for development of a compact aerodynamic sensing system that will help validate aircraft flight performance.
With less than a year until flight tests of NASA's Constellation Program, work is under way on a launch pad that will host the first of those tests.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center has awarded a multi-year competitive contract to Tybrin Corporation of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., for engineering and technical services at the NASA field center.
Aircraft to be based at Dryden's new Aircraft Operations Facility
Lewis was a research pilot at Dryden Flight Research Center.
John Herrington visits with students at Vintage Magnet School
Winner is SOFIA
NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy has begun a series of flight tests to confirm the structural integrity and performance of the 747SP aircraft.
Despite personal tragedies, NASA engineer pursued her dreams.
Retired NASA Dryden Flight Research Center research pilot Stanley P. Butchart died Monday in Lancaster at the age of 85.
Lauren K. Abraham, a June graduate of Tehachapi High School, has been awarded the NASA Dryden Exchange Council's 2007 John K. Russell Memorial Scholarship.
NASA's White Sands Test Facility has selected Denco, Inc. of Las Cruces, N.M., to build launch site facilities for flight testing of the Orion Launch Abort System.
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