Before you blow out the candle on your next cake, look at the flame. There may be some cool secrets inside those flames waiting to be revealed.
Whether suspended in air or burning through a ball of plastic, flames have consumed the attention of researchers for years, both on Earth and space.
Imagine you're an astronaut exploring the surface of Mars, when you fall ill. As your team struggles to get you back to base, you become dehydrated.
A smoke measurement experiment aboard the International Space Station could help fight fires and save lives.
When your entire world is the size of a five-bedroom home like the ISS, putting out even a small fire quickly is a life-and-death matter.
The Materials International Space Station Experiment, or MISSE, tests the stability and durability of materials and devices in the space environment.
The price of gas is skyrocketing, but thankfully so is a potential mitigation.
NASA Glenn develops a new way to create sterile saline solution on the International Space Station and future spacecraft.
Exercise harnesses developed and designed at NASA’s Glenn Research Center are being tested by crew members on the International Space Station.
When Space Shuttle Endeavour launches on its journey to the International Space Station Friday, it will carry two major pieces of space hardware designed, built and tested at NASA's Glenn Research Center.
The attachment of the Columbus Module is a career highlight for a NASA engineer in Cleveland.
Astronauts will perform up to four NASA Glenn experiments on the International Space Station during Expedition 16.
Scientists study fluid physics on the space station to improve fuel tanks and other systems for future spacecraft.
High school students win $10,000 in scholarships for work on a space station experiment.
NASA researchers study smoke particles to improve smoke detectors and help prevent fires in space.
A medical illustrator pushed the boundaries of his field with an internship at NASA Glenn's Acoustical Testing Laboratory.
NASA researchers study astronaut bone loss with a floating treadmill.
High school students and NASA researchers analyze a four-year space experiment.
How can an instrument as small as a postage stamp operate a satellite for decades?
While Astronauts do critical research on the space station, a NASA scientist gets a phone call he doesn't expect.