NASA astronaut Jack Fischer visited Langley's Cockpit Motion Facility in May to fly simulated Sierra Nevada Corporation Dream Chaser landings.
The Mars Science Laboratory entry, descent and landing received the 2013 Trophy for Current Achievement from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum April 24.› Read More
Members of the Orion Launch Abort System (LAS) team met at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF) in New Orleans to review progress of the assimilation of the LAS Ogive Assembly, which will be flown o...
Space station's Ultrasonic Background Noise Test (UBNT) to detect air leaks by "listening" for high frequency sounds
Engineers, crane operators and technicians practiced the careful maneuvers that will be required to stack a Launch Abort System onto an Orion spacecraft.
Dan Mazanek didn't wake up this morning expecting to be on TV.
In fact, it wasn't until he got to work that Mazanek, a Near-Earth Object expert at NASA's Langley Research Center, heard abo...
As NASA honors the Apollo I, Challenger and Columbia crews, we recall Langley's contributions to NASA's post-Columbia return to flight.
This profile is part of a series to introduce the people behind the development of Orion.
NASA is working on technology to autonomously land a spacecraft on Moon, Mars or even an asteroid; it's called ALHAT.
The Sensor Test for Orion Relative Navigation Risk Mitigation team signs the instrument's blanket cover and sends it off to the New Mexico Museum of Space History.