At Kennedy Space Center, NASA unveiled the Orion spacecraft that will make the program's first flight test in 2014.
Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne tested a thruster for Boeing's CST-100 spacecraft, being developed in collaboration with NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
A rover designed to retrieve water on the moon could unlock processes for using the valuable resource for solar system exploration.
A specialized training program helps agency employees spread the word about benefits already realized from the assembly of the International Space Station.
NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is turning to a number of strategies to work through the complex challenges of engineering a new generation of rockets and spacecraft.
The Young-Crippen Firing Room used to oversee the liftoff of Apollo and space shuttle missions has been modernized for the next generation of launchers and spacecraft.
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array is to focus its instruments on the high-energy universe.
Student teams spent months designing and building remote-controlled or autonomous robotic excavators...
James Murphy, who used to work in the Operations and Checkout Building during Apollo, returned for a look at Orion.
The successful mission of the SpaceX Dragon to the International Space Station sets the company course for regular cargo flights.› Latest News
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) Space System's Dream Chaser design passed one of its most complex tests to date with a successful captive-carry test during its partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
Engineers are trying out a temporary clean room that works by blowing filtered air over the spacecraft and doesn't need a ceiling.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 carrying a Dragon capsule lifted off May 22, 2012, to begin a historic flight to the International Space Station.› Latest News
Humans are by nature consumers, regardless of where they might live and work...
NASA Social attendees talk online about their experience at Kennedy Space Center.
The SpaceX Dragon has been packed with 162 meals, a collection of student experiments and equipment for station crew.› Latest News
Technicians switched off Endeavour's displays and systems for the final time.
NASA's Vehicle Assembly Building is undergoing major renovations so it can support a new generation of rockets and spacecraft.
The Space Launch System is on track to give America the launch vehicle to send humans deeper into space than ever before.
Franklin R. Chang Diaz, Kevin P. Chilton and Charlie Precourt became the 11th group of space shuttle astronauts to join the ranks of the distinguished members of the Astronaut Hall of Fame.