A new NASA book, "Revolutionary Atmosphere" chronicles the Altitude Wind Tunnel and Space Power Chambers at NASA's Glenn Research Center.
Ohio Astronaut Greg "Box" Johnson brings his talent as a leader to Glenn Research Center.
An Ohio astronaut, Michael Foreman, is serving as the Chief of External Programs at NASA's Glenn Research Center.
Tom Benson teaches students the physics of flight by comparing airplanes and rockets to baseball.
When Erwin Zaretsky interviewed with NACA in Cleveland in 1957, he was looking for a temporary position. More than 50 years later, he's a NASA Glenn chief engineer.
Earl Hanes started to work at NASA through the apprentice program in 1953. Today he's doing research that will send us back to the moon.
When the National Aeronautics and Space Administration came into being in 1958, Richard Cavicchi already had 14 years of service with the federal government.
Bernhard Anderson began his career using a slide rule. Today this engineer utilizes sophisticated computer software to help NASA discover new approaches to achieving technology breakthroughs.
Robert C. Hendricks has worked for NASA since its inception 50 years ago. Read more about this remarkable researcher.
When Columbus is connected to the space station, it's a career highlight for Glenn engineer Gregory Schmitz.
A NASA Glenn chemist-turned-educator combines her research skills with her passion for education.
Aerospace Engineer Lizalyn Smith was featured in the Crain's Cleveland Business "20 in Their 20s" issue.
Employees at NASA's Glenn Research Center lent helping hands to hurricane victims, even those with paws and hooves.