NASA Langley Research Center lays the foundation for the nation's future in aerospace and science.
About 3,600 employees work in Langley's wind tunnels, simulators, laboratories, and use experimental aircraft to further enhance the Nation's aerospace research.
10.01.07 - From enabling astronauts to practice moon landings to aircraft crash testing to drop tests for Orion, NASA's gantry has come full circle.
01.11.07 - Highlights of NASA Langley's recent accomplishments.
02.12.07 - The economic impact of NASA's operations in Virginia -- combining Langley Research Center & Wallops Flight Facility -- in 2006.
02.09.06 - Research of the Langley Research Center on Revolutionary Advanced Concepts for Aeronautics, by Joseph R. Chambers.
01.11.06 - From the Mercury and Apollo to the Space Shuttle and the Crew Exploration Vehicle, NASA Langley research and technologies help make human space exploration possible.
A Report to the American People, Apr 2003› View PDF(37.3M)
Significant Achievements in Aeronautical Research at Langley Research Center (1917-2002)› View PDF (3.7M)
Contributions of the NASA Langley Research Center to U.S. Civil Aircraft of the 1990s
Contributions of the Langley Research Center to U.S. Military Aircraft of the 1990s
US Aviation Research Helped Speed Victory
FS-1996-04-29-LaRC, April 1996.
The Solid Controlled Orbital Utility Test, or SCOUT, program launch 118 missions between 1959 and 1994.