NASA's 14th annual Desert RATS mission concluded with success.
NASA is ready to move forward with development of the Space Launch System -- an advanced heavy-lift launch vehicle for human exploration.
NASA's Space Launch System will use powerful engines and boosters to take astronatus further into space than ever before.
Construction began this week on the first new NASA spacecraft built to take humans to orbit since space shuttle Endeavour left the factory in 1991.
Engineers have successfully completed the first of a series of acoustic tests on the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV) ground test vehicle, which consists of two major components of the Orion spacecraft: the crew module and the launch abort system.
Tuesday, August 9 -- Members of the media are invited to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour NASA Langley's new Hydro Impact Basin facility.
The second drop test of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle in the Hydro Impact Basin at NASA's Langley Research Center.
For Jill Prince, and others who have attempted to land a vehicle on Mars, "six minutes of terror" is an all too familiar phrase.
NASA is using the Hydro Impact Basin to certify the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle for water landings.
Astronaut Gus Grissom climbed into his 'Liberty Bell 7' spacecraft on July 21, 1961, and launchedat 7:20 a.m. that morning. His was the second U.S. manned suborbital flight.