Starfighters added five more supersonic aircraft to its fleet, allowing it to expand into microgravity research and training.
One of NASA's industry partners, ATK, met its third milestone toward advancing commercial space transportation capabilities.
A plastic plaque engraved with a tribute to the Space Shuttle work force highlights the effort that went into program for 30 years.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program will move ahead using Space Act Agreements (SAAs) instead of contracts to advance commercial space transportation designs.
A groundbreaking ceremony officially launched construction of space shuttle Atlantis' future home at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
It took careful planning, computer modeling and fixture removal to move a full-scale shuttle model across Kennedy.
The 21st Century Ground Systems Program passed a major milestone as it moves Kennedy toward a multi-use spaceport.
Seven aerospace companies are moving forward with space transportation system designs under the Commercial Crew Program's Commercial Crew Development Round 2 (CCDev2) activities.
Microgravity target of current plant experiments.
NASA's Curiosity rover is outfitted with everything a geologist needs on a remote world.
The mobile launcher is making the longest trip of its young life today to begin a two-week series of structural tests at Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The Mars Science Laboratory will demand a lot of power, too much for solar panels. So NASA is using a differrent source of fuel.
Plans to launch small satellites into orbit from the wings of a supersonic jet are put to the test.
In an innovative agreement that will create new jobs, NASA today announced a partnership with Space Florida to occupy, use and modify facilities at Kennedy Space Center.› Administrator Bolden's Blog →
A technological trailblazer is poised to lift off from a California launch pad to take a place in space to show us what is happening on Earth.
Agreement part of the Commercial Crew Development Round 2 activities.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott saw the facilities at Kennedy Space Center that will be used to assemble and process the Orion spacecraft in the future.
On the go and looking for information about NASA's Launch Services Program? Now, there's an app for that.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden took a firsthand look at the Mobile Launcher that will serve as the launch pad for the Space Launch System.
Classrooms to become mini mission control centers.