According to the Department of Energy (DOE), the Federal Government spends more than $9 billion to power its vehicles, operations and approximately 500,000 facilities throughout the United States, making it the single largest domestic user of energy.
Henry Wright sat on the front row of the Pearl Young Theater four hours a day for two days, alternately working a laptop computer and a cell phone. On Wednesday, he put them down and watched Ares I-X become history.
Lucie Podhorna walked from the Lunar Habitat in Building 1148 and decided it wasn't for her. It was part of her education Monday when Podhorna and seven other Czech Republic high school students visited NASA Langley.
Across the Langley Cafeteria, Rudy Hernandez said little. The Congressional Medal of Honor he wore around his neck did most of the talking for him.
It began when he saw a friend's mother with her head in a scarf. Where once there was hair, now there were remnants of her fight with breast cancer. And then there was a play: "Pirates of the Chemotherapy."
Langley Center Director Lesa Roe held an all-hands meeting Oct. 15 to talk with employees about NASA's first leadership summit -- something she called unique in her 25 years with NASA -- and what it means for each of us.
Alumni gather to celebrate the 78-year history of the Langley Full-Scale Tunnel.
Richard T. Whitcomb has been called the most significant aerodynamic contributor of the second half of the 20th century.
The end of the Full Scale Tunnel prompts a look at history, but those who worked there say that their focus was never back, always forward.
A manufacturing process using electron beams works sort of like a Star Trek replicator and could mean big cost and environmental benefits for aviation.