Disney-Pixar's Buzz Lightyear figure that flew aboard Space Shuttle Discovery in 2009 will soon be enshrined in the National Air and Space Museum.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center conducts first checkout flight of ADS-B Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast device on medium-class UAS.
NASA's Southeast Asia Composition, Cloud, Climate Coupling Regional Study, or SEAC4RS, will be the most complex airborne science campaign of 2012.
A NASA ER-2 Earth Resources aircraft will fly a number of high-altitude missions this spring to validate the accuracy of a new laser altimeter.
Technicians at NASA Dryden recently installed a synthetic aperture radar on a Johnson Space Center Gulfstream III for planned Earth science mission.
Kathleen Howell, Gwen Young and Catherine Bahm are among 32 women who contribute to NASA’s mission profiled on the 2012 Women@NASA website.
Described by his peers as "one of Dryden's most influential driving forces," NASA Dryden engineer and program manager Bob Meyer flies into retirement.
Sub-scale Multi-Use Technology Testbed to research means of gust load alleviation and active flutter suppression on flexible wings.
NASA's DC-8 airborne science laboratory completes six-week Global Cold-season Precipitation Experiment mission, returns to Palmdale base.
Environment-friendly Facilities Support Center will bring together a variety of functions under one roof.
As part of a three-day visit to NASA's three California field centers, NASA administrator Charlie Bolden tours the Dryden Flight Research Center.
Three area high school robotics teams co-sponsored by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center recently rolled out their 2012 FIRST competition robots.
NASA astronaut Mike Fossum shares his experiences – and a few funny stories – about his life on the International Space Station.
Flight surgeon Dr. Gregg Bendrick and public affairs specialist Gray Creech cited for their support of NASA's Space Shuttle Program.
Missions over Ontario, Canada gathering good data from the suite of precipitation-measurement instruments aboard the flying laboratory.
Draper Lab's GENIE flight control system guides Masten Space Systems' Xombie demonstrator in first vertical takeoff, vertical landing free flight.
NASA's Airborne Science Program operates highly specialized aircraft that will be deployed all over the world in 2012 for Earth science missions.
One of NASA's two space shuttle carrier aircraft to be retired after final hop from Edwards AFB to the Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale.
The Los Angeles Unified School District will be using NASA-developed STEM education materials in the district's Beyond the Bell after-school program.
A Snow Video Imager near a Canadian research station in Egbert, Ontario, captured these falling snowflakes Jan. 21 as part of NASA's GCPEx mission.