NASA's latest aerospace research will be on display at the nation's largest gathering of aviation enthusiasts July 23-29.
NASA engineer Karen Jackson explains how understanding crashes helps us build better, stronger aerospace vehicles.
The U.S. Postal Service commemorates the first day of issue of two new X-Planes postage stamps March 17.
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The team that built the world's fastest vehicle powered by an air-breathing engine won top recognition at NASA's Turning Goals into Reality 2005 ceremony.
New technologies can help quiet airplane noise in the passenger cabin and on the ground, according to a recent NASA/industry flight test.
NASA and aerospace industry partners are flight testing new technologies to see if they can make aircraft quieter.
NASA has contributed to the development of a new class of aircraft called Very Light Jets, or VLJs.
Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton and AeroTech Research (USA), Inc., have developed an automatic turbulence reporting system.
Sally Johnson stands only five feet tall, but she's a giant in the field of aviation research.