Gemini IV lifted off from Launch Complex 19 at Cape Kennedy on June 3, 1965, with astronauts James A. McDivitt and Edward H. White.
JSC Deputy Director Dr. Ellen Ochoa participated in the June 21, 2012 ceremony for artworks honoring the first space explorers to orbit Earth.
The NASA team at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans has been putting the finishing touches on the first space-bound Orion capsule.
Are your bones getting stronger or weaker? Right now, it's hard to know. Scientists are taking on this medical challenge.
This profile is the first in a series to introduce the people behind the development of Orion.
George "Sulu" Takei meets Robonaut at the Johnson Space Center.› View hi-res image
NASA astronaut Rex Walheim participated in an evaluation of the Advanced Crew Escape Suit in the Active Response Gravity Offload System at the Johnson Space Center.
PEEPs introduces JSC team members and provides a glimpse into their daily contributions and a sprinkle of their personality in and beyond the workplace.
NASA engineers are tapping into the creativity of fashion students to help integrate displays, controls and sensors into clothing.
The space shuttle full-scale replica completes its eight-day journey from the Kennedy Space Center to Space Center Houston, near the NASA Johnson Space Center.
The Rotary National Award for Space Achievement Foundation honored Johnson Space Center director Michael Coats with the National Space Trophy, as well as 21 individuals and seven teams with Stellar Awards.
The 2012 National Space Trophy winner is former astronaut, Captain, USN (Ret.), and NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) Director Michael L. Coats.
Students took part in a Marine Advanced Technology Education Texas Regional Competition on April 14.
NASA astronaut Mike Foreman and Space Center Houston helped make a little dog’s last days happy.
April is a historic month for noteworthy missions controlled by Johnson Space Center's flight controllers.
Mechanical engineering seniors at Prairie View A&M University have been working on a prototype that may help engineers test hardware and projects in a simulated microgravity environment on Earth.
NASA's Human Research Wiki is an online database of critical medical conditions that could impact the health and performance of crew members on long-duration space missions.
Researchers from Johnson Space Center and the Planetary Science Institute have proposed a new hypothesis to explain a class of enigmatic geologic features on Mars.
None of the astronauts aboard Apollo 8 were prepared for the spellbinding moment when they would first see their home planet rise from behind the desolate lunar horizon.
NASA’s Research and Technology Studies team created a simulated near-Earth asteroid exploration mission in the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility.