12.23.11 - NASA's Glenn Research Center and Johnson Space Center are collaborating on the Power Avionics and Software of a cutting-edge technology spacesuit.
09.27.11 - Recent college graduates were tapped to design an exciting new look into the Orion spacecraft, the agency’s deep space exploration vehicle.
06.15.10 - New agency-wide program management offices and increased funding for current programs are coming to NASA's Glenn Research Center, pending congressional approval of the new NASA budget.
11.17.09 - The future of new rocket design was successfully tested when the Ares I-X blasted off on October 28, 2009.
05.26.09 - The first flight test of NASA's new rocket configuration to carry astronauts into space will take place later this year.
10.24.08 - NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland ships completed segments of the Ares I-X flight test rocket to Kennedy Space Center on the Delta Mariner.
12.12.07 - How do you survive where there's no water or wind and sometimes no sunlight for weeks? The answer could be a fuel cell that works in reverse.
11.01.07 - NASA announced Glenn Research Center's new work assignments under the Constellation Program. The new work relates to the lunar phase of the program, including Ares V, lunar lander and lunar surface operations.
06.19.07 - Before Orion carries the next generation of explorers into space, it must withstand rigorous tests in the world's largest vacuum chamber.
05.17.07 - A space artifact from the past may hold an answer for tomorrow.
06.05.06 - NASA Glenn will lead the Crew Exploration Vehicle Service Module and Spacecraft Adapter integration and several Crew Launch Vehicle upper stage systems.