Historian James Hansen, author of the recently published biography of Neil Armstrong "First Man," outlined highlights of Armstrong's seven years as a research pilot and engineer.
Supersonic research aircraft and legendary wind tunnels are the exotic tools being promoted by NASA engineers and pilots at Aerospace Testing Expo 2005
NASA's Turning Goals into Reality program has recognized the Hyper-X Program Team with its highest aeronautical honor, the Administrators Award.
Thermals might assist UAVs.
NASA on Classic TV
Astronaut Armstrong recalls the organization's origins.
The City of Lancaster, Calif., inducted former NASA research pilot Edward T. Schneider into its Aerospace Walk of Honor Sept. 24.
NASA Pilot Joins Walk of Honor
Aerospace engineering students spent a recent Saturday on a lake -- not sailing but helping NASA study aircraft takeoff and landing noise.
The Pathfinder-Plus solar-electric flying wing recently completed a short series of research flights from NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center to investigate the effects of turbulence on lightweight flexible wing structures
When NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center and AeroVironment, Inc. flew the company's Pathfinder-Plus solar-electric aircraft recently, the weather mattered; it mattered a lot.
In a turbulent era of 1960s Cold War confrontations, moon race headlines, and war in southeast Asia, eight military and civilian test pilots flew the radical X-15 rocket plane out of the atmosphere and into the record books, earning astronaut status.
NASA Artists a Study in Contrasts
The Space Shuttle orbiter Discovery arrived back at the Kennedy Space Center after a three-day cross-country ferry flight from Edwards Air Force Base.
Former Apollo-Soyuz and Space Shuttle astronaut Vance Brand was honored this past weekend by the Lancaster Jethawks Class A California League baseball team during its annual Aerospace Appreciation Night.
NASA's two F-15 research aircraft don't get a lot of flight hours, and it's even less frequent that they are in the air together on the same mission.
Visitors and NASA employees cheer Discovery launch.
As Hurricane Emily lashes the coast of northeastern Mexico and southern Texas, a high-flying NASA ER-2 earth sciences aircraft from the Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., flew high over the storm as it moved across the Caribbean Sea to the Gulf of Mexico.
NASA and several industry teams are studying how to design and build an aircraft that could demonstrate technology to lessen the noise and window-rattling effects of supersonic flight.
Fifty teachers will spend a day this week exploring the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., as part of a larger educational program funded through the California Department of Education.