08.01.08 - Fifty years ago, Dr. Thomas Keith Glennan was sworn in as the first NASA Administrator. Dr. Hugh Dryden was appointed as his deputy administrator. Read more historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
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07.01.08 - Fifty years ago, President Eisenhower signed the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958, which instituted NASA. Find out what else happened this month in exploration history.
05.29.08 - NASA Glenn's Altitude Wind Tunnel (AWT) is being demolished, but its legacy endures.
03.03.08 - NASA joined local business and political leaders in Columbus on Saturday to discuss the space program's impact on Ohio's economy.
02.19.08 - Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr. headlined a group of four NASA Glenn Research Center engineers who were honored at the Black Engineer of the Year Awards.
02.13.08 - A NASA Glenn chemist-turned-educator combines her research skills with her passion for education.
02.08.08 - The U.S. Navy is decommissioning its S-3 Viking fleet, but one S-3B is still flying in hostile conditions for NASA Glenn.
01.30.08 - Cleveland students launch experiment on rocket from Nevada.
12.12.07 - How do you survive in a remote, mountainous region that has no water or wind and sometimes goes without sunlight for weeks?