Progress can be bittersweet. Just ask some of the employees who worked in the 16 Foot Transonic and the Langley Full Scale Tunnels.
A powerful NASA simulation software wins Government Invention of the Year, along with the hearts and minds of air traffic managers and researchers.
NASA researchers are testing biofuel on a DC-8 to measure its performance and emissions.
NASA has just tasked three companies to look into the future and design a more "green" aircraft for 2025.
A NASA aeronautics researcher revisits the road to creating a simple-looking device that creates a quieter flight.
From planes to trains, when you find something that works stick with it.
"Today, we are taking a long look back, but we are also taking a look forward," said Center Director Lesa Roe to a standing-room-only Reid Conference Center on Thursday for the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel (TDT) 50th anniversary celebration.
Many say playing video games rewires our brains and contributes to attention deficit disorders. What if we could use games to teach us to relax, concentrate and perform better?
When Delta Flight 191 crashed in Dallas, Tex., in early Aug. 1985 killing 135 people, it sparked a government-industry-academia partnership that resulted in many technologies that have virtually eliminated wind shear accidents today.
A team led by a NASA Langley scientist has just been selected to carry out a four-deployment, five-year campaign to improve the use of satellites to monitor air quality for public health and environmental benefit.