SpaceX completed its first three performance milestones for NASA's Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) initiative.
At Kennedy Space Center, NASA engineers are gaining critical flight skills as they design, build and launch high-powered rockets.
NASA engineers at Kennedy branch out to build and fly unmanned aerial vehicle around Kennedy.
A total of 559 bicyclists were recently given an opportunity to explore NASA's Kennedy Space Center during the annual Tour de KSC while raising money for charities.
NASA places emphasis on working with small businesses, including outreach to Historically Underutilized Businesses Zones.
Blue Origin conducted a successful pad escape test, firing its pusher-escape motor and launching a full-scale suborbital crew capsule from a simulated propulsion module.
NASA is developing the technology to build Earth-orbiting "service stations" capable of extending the life of Earth-orbiting satellites.
NASA's VEGGIE experiment could revolutionize the way astronauts eat aboard the International Space Station.
System installation and integration of a test umbilical arm was recently completed at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Components of this arm eventually will be mounted on the new mobile launcher tower to support the Space Launch System.
United Launch Alliance recently wrapped up its Commercial Crew Development Round 2 (CCDev2) partnership with NASA, laying the foundation for potentially certifying its Atlas V rocket for crewed missions.
Blue Origin successfully test fired its BE-3 high-performance liquid hydrogen engine thrust chamber at NASA's Stennis Space Center.
One of the challenges in exploring the moon or planets is dust. Scientists in Kennedy's Electrostatics and Surface Physics Laboratory are developing ways to mitigate this problem.
SpaceX will launch its Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 rocket on the first operational cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station.› Latest News
Equipping capsules with rotor blades instead of parachutes would give a returning capsule a softer, more precise landing, engineers said.
The storied spacecraft's pair of 60-foot-long doors were closed Sept. 20 during preps for permanent display.
NASA managers and aerospace industry representatives met Sept. 19 for a chance to discuss the request for proposals that will begin NASA's certification process for integrated crew transportation systems.
A technology designed by Paragon Space Development Corp. for use by astronauts in the hazardous environment of space has found a lifesaving use in coal mining.
The massive, white Saturn V rocket suspended from the ceiling of the Apollo/Saturn V Center served as a backdrop for celebration.
Samples of heat shield material made from regolith from other worlds passed stringent testing recently.
Astronauts Catherine Coleman and Mike Fossum spoke to Kennedy Space Center employees about their experiences aboard the space station.