NASA Administrator Charles Bolden paid a brief visit to NASA's Langley Research Center Friday, May 10. His visit included stops at the center's Air Traffic Operations Lab and Cockpit Motion Facility.
At a Town Meeting April 12 at NASA Langley's Reid Conference Center, Jaiwon Shin said the Fiscal Year 2014 (FY14) budget request of $565.7 million for NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate is a "tremendous victory for all of you."
At NASA's Langley hangar, Bruce Anderson, project scientist for the ACCESS (Alternative Fuel Effects on Contrails and Cruise Emissions) experiment, stood in between NASA's HU-25C airplane and a group of media visitors armed with cameras, notepads, and smartphones as he explained the recently completed series of flights.
A unique team is studying ways to prevent insect impact remains from sticking to an aircraft's wing in flight.
NASA engineers test people's reactions to simulated sonic booms to help develop technologies that might allow supersonic passenger jets to fly over land.
News media and social media followers learn about NASA's airborne Earth and environmental science program, briefed on current and upcoming missions.
When Fay Collier talks about tadpoles, he's not really talking about tadpoles.
Richard Hallion really does believe that the U.S. has a need for speed.
Richard T. Whitcomb, whose legendary NASA research contributions helped make supersonic flight a reality, will join the National Aviation Hall of Fame Oct. 6, 2012.
NASA, industry and academia wrap up two weeks of flight testing technology that could help unmanned aircraft integrate into the national air transportation system.