The delay in landing of the space shuttle Discovery has meant some scrambling by a crew on board a NASA Langley aircraft.
In 1959, NASA's new Transonic Dynamics Tunnel helped Lockheed solve the mystery of what was causing their brand new turboprop aircraft to fall out of the sky.
The second crash test of a small lightweight helicopter at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., was a smashing success, literally -- just as engineers had predicted.
The unusual looking, vertical take-off and landing tailsitter is only an idea, but you'd never know that from the attention the Puffin has gotten on the Internet.
NASA's Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competition challenges participants to design aircraft of the future.
On Tuesday, Fay Collier spoke to NASA Langley’s January Colloquium audience, not so much as a visionary but as manager of a five-year project with a challenge of coming up with quieter, more fuel efficient aircraft.
Two retired research pilots who logged more than 16,000 flight hours between them at NASA Langley are now in the Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame.
Of the many dangers that plague commercial airplanes, icing stands out as one of the most treacherous.
NASA researchers dropped a small helicopter from 35 feet to see if a deployable energy absorber could lessen the destructive force of a crash.
Two retired NASA Langley research pilots are the latest aviators to be inducted into the Virginia Aviation Hall of Fame at the Virginia Aviation Museum.