Meteorologists have to be precise in their forecasts, keeping in mind a successful mission depends on their call.
NASA astronauts recently got a feel for the accommodations inside SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft, which they could one day fly to the International Space Station for the agency's Commercial Crew Program.
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The hot-fire tests supported The Boeing Company's development of its CST-100 spacecraft in NASA's Commercial Crew Development Round 2.
Kennedy Space Center is creating a new master plan for how the center will transform itself from a single-user federal entity to one that supports a multitude of users and operations.
NASA's plans for a new generation of commercially owned and operated spacecraft and launches involve keeping to the agency's high standards for crew safety.
Workers recently began cutting and coating the first tiles that will protect an Orion spacecraft during re-entry.
Recently, NASA's space shuttles were on the move as part of the transition and retirement activities at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
One of NASA's crawler-transporters is set to receive two new diesel engines and generators, preparing the Apollo-era machine for the Space Launch System currently in design.
Why schedule a rocket launch for the middle of the night, or aim for a liftoff time when weather is unlikely to cooperate? The simplicity of the question belies the complexity of the answer.
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John Glenn's flight set NASA on course to make continued strides that would carry men to the moon seven years later.
The "vehicle powered" light is turned off for the last time as two shuttle orbiters' flight decks go dark.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP) hosts a Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) preproposal conference for aerospace industry partners and stakeholders.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program has Partner Integration Teams, or PIT Crews, to help guide industry partners in their race to space.
Precision instruments on the mobile launcher showed engineers how much the 35-story structure will sway and vibrate when in motion.
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The Commercial Crew Transportation System Requirements for NASA LEO Missions document has been baselined by NASA and is now available to the public.
One of NASA's industry partners, United Launch Alliance (ULA), completed two milestones that could lead toward the certification of its Atlas V launch vehicle for human spaceflight.
Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) marks a NASA Commercial Crew Program milestone with its Dream Chaser flight test vehicle for the collaborative mission of advancing commercial space transportation capabilities.