12.19.05 - NASA has selected five firms in response to a request for proposal for "Flight Critical Systems Research" issued on January 3, 2005.
12.15.05 - On Dec. 21, NASA Langley Stardust spokespersons will be available to address Langley's role in the Stardust comet dust sample return mission.
12.13.05 - Astronaut Roger Crouch and Deputy Chief of NASA's Office of Safety and Mission Assurance James Lloyd will visit Kate Waller Barrett Elementary School, Arlington, Va., on Friday, Dec. 16.
11.30.05 - Astronaut Roger Crouch, Langley Director Lesa Roe and Wallops Flight Facility's John Campbell will visit Arcadia Middle School in Oak Hall, Va., on Dec. 2.
11.29.05 - On Thursday, Dec. 1, the only authorized biographer of the very private Armstrong will speak at NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.
11.28.05 - Former Astronaut Charles Bolden Jr. and Langley Deputy Director Rick Gilbrech will visit Forest Heights Elementary School in Columbia, S.C., Wed., Nov. 30.
11.21.05 - The three-week Quiet Technology Demonstrator 2 flight test program confirmed the effectiveness of a number of significant airplane noise reduction concepts.
11.14.05 - NASA Langley's Roy D. Bridges Jr. will visit Vance Elementary School, Asheville, N.C., on Friday, Nov. 18.
11.10.05 - NASA Langley's Roy D. Bridges Jr. will visit the Breckinridge County Schools, Hardinsburg, Ky., on Wednesday, Nov. 16.
11.10.05 - Award-winning author Chris Van Allsburg will join NASA Scientist Jennifer Keyes to speak to students Wed., Nov. 16.
11.10.05 - NASA will test a flying wing design in Langley's Full-Scale Tunnel
11.01.05 - Professor Kathryn V. Logan will discuss the connection between nature, fireworks and multi-functional aerospace materials Thursday, Nov. 3, at NASA Langley.
10.26.05 - Astronaut Stephen Bowen and Langley Deputy Director Rick Gilbrech will visit Tucker Valley Elementary and Middle School in Hambleton, W.Va., Oct. 28.
10.26.05 - The team that built the world's fastest vehicle powered by an air-breathing engine won top recognition at NASA's Turning Goals into Reality 2005 ceremony.
10.25.05 - Hampton Roads news media will have an opportunity to question the manager of the NASA Space Shuttle Program Friday, Oct. 28.
10.25.05 - Astronaut Charlie Camarda returns to Langley to share his space flight experience with old friends.
10.20.05 - After nearly four years in orbit, experimental space materials are on their way home to their principle investigators.
10.12.05 - GASL, Inc., of Ronkonkoma, N.Y., receives a $15-million follow on contract for hypersonic propulsion development and testing.
10.11.05 - NASA and GLOBE invite the public to join in a scientific experiment on Thursday, Oct. 13., reporting on the presence or absence of contrails.
10.04.05 - More than a dozen NASA, airline, industry and government pilots are testing technology to make flying safer.
10.04.05 - Dr. Richard J. Gilbrech becomes Langley's Deputy Director Oct. 4.
10.04.05 - University of Virginia Professor Bob Johnson will describe the Cassini mission Thursday, Oct. 6, at NASA Langley.
09.28.05 - On Oct. 3, two MISSE suitcases will be opened following their three-year stay in space.
09.20.05 - Lesa B. Roe has been named director of NASA's Langley Research Center. She succeeds Roy Bridges effective Oct.3.
09.16.05 - NASA will its plan to return to the moon on Monday, Sept. 19, at 11 a.m. EDT at a news conference live on NASA Television.
09.15.05 - Two NASA satellites, CALIPSO and CloudSat, planned for launch no earlier than Oct. 26 will give us a unique view of Earth's atmosphere.
09.13.05 - The Oct. 2 launch of NASA's CloudSat and Cloud-Aerosol Lidar and Infrared Pathfinder Satellite Observations (CALIPSO) satellites will be previewed at a news media briefing at 1 p.m. EDT, Thursday, Sept. 15.
09.08.05 - Media and the public are invited to watch a 173-mph airplane landing gear demonstration Sat., Sept. 17.
08.29.05 - Georgia Tech's Dr. Gary S. May will talk about the challenges that the engineers of 2020 will face.
08.24.05 - International news media coming from overseas to cover the launch of CALIPSO-CloudSat at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California are required to apply for accreditation by August 29, 2005.
08.17.05 - NASA will update plans for the next Space Shuttle mission.
08.12.05 - NASA selects ASRC Management Services, Inc., to provide career training and development services to its engineers and managers.
08.10.05 - NASA and aerospace industry partners are flight testing new technologies to see if they can make aircraft quieter.
08.02.05 - MISSE 5 will be attached to the International Space Station during a spacewalk on Wednesday, Aug. 3.
07.28.05 - NASA has contributed to the development of a new class of aircraft called Very Light Jets, or VLJs.
07.25.05 - Members of the media are invited to watch the STS-114 launch July 26 with the NASA Langley team.
07.19.05 - Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center and AeroTech Research (USA), Inc., have developed an automatic turbulence reporting system.
07.19.05 - Experience a journey to the Moon, Mars and beyond at Fort A.P. Hill near Bowling Green, Va., July 25 to Aug. 4.
07.13.05 - Local media are invited to watch the final minutes of countdown for NASA's Return to Flight launch of Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-114) with NASA Langley Research Center employees.
07.08.05 - NASA and industry are studying how to design and build planes that lessen the noise and window-rattling effects of supersonic flight.
06.21.05 - Mark P. Saunders named Director of the NASA's Independent Program Assessment Office, located at Langley.
06.20.05 - Guinness World Records recognizes NASA's X-43A scramjet as the fastest jet-powered aircraft ever.
06.13.05 - Roger A. Hathaway has been selected head of the Office of Education at NASA Langley.
06.09.05 - NASA's CALIPSO satellite arrives at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., for a launch later this year.
06.08.05 - A new instrument will provide scientists with unprecedented measurements to aid our understanding of climate change
06.02.05 - Five First Colonial high school students will present their independent study at Virginia Beach Middle School on June 7.
06.01.05 - Students from across Virginia and North Carolina are learning thanks to NASA's Small Aircraft Technology Transportation System demonstration.
05.18.05 - The NASA and FAA Administrators are expected to help kickoff the transformation of air travel.
05.16.05 - NASA and Pokémon are teaming up again to increase students' understanding of the Earth.
05.11.05 - NASA Administrator Michael D. Griffin will make his first visit to NASA's Langley Research Center Friday, May 13.
05.03.05 - Apollo missions lasted eight days. Mars missions will take two years. How do you deal with that?
05.03.05 - Astronaut Sidney Gutierrez will celebrate Space Day with local students at the Virginia Air & Space Center Friday, May 6.
04.20.05 - Is climate change a serious risk, an environmental hoax or a good way to sell books?
04.18.05 - NASA's first A-76 competitive sourcing decision takes effect
04.14.05 - Langley's Bruce Holmes will be featured in a "60 Minutes" segment Sun., Apr. 17
04.04.05 - NTSB's official John W. DeLisi will explain the probable cause of the Flight 587 accident on April 7
03.31.05 - A versatile, high-temperature resin developed at NASA Langley takes the prize
03.29.05 - NASA is bringing the excitement of space flight to the Virginia Air & Space Center April 3 to 17.
03.17.05 - NASA's new ExploraVan makes its first stop - the Virginia Air & Space Center in Hampton, Va.
03.14.05 - The 2004 Astronaut Candidate Class will visit Langley and four Hampton Roads schools this week
03.11.05 - Dr. Kelli F. Willshire will lead the FAA R&D field office at NASA Langley
03.10.05 - A fleet of flying sensors could improve in-flight weather awareness and forecasting
03.09.05 - NASA and Pokémon join forces to help teachers explain math and science to kids
03.07.05 - Aviation Week and Space Technology picked Langley's Hyper-X and Synthetic Visions Systems for awards honoring the best in aerospace in 2004
03.03.05 - Want a taste of "March Madness," robotics style?
03.02.05 - SAIC will provide evaluations, assessments, studies and support services to NASA
02.25.05 - 2005 has been named the "World Year of Physics" as a tribute to Albert Einstein. But is Einstein's work still relevant today?
02.16.05 - Fishman pioneered the use of satellites to observe air pollution
02.08.05 - NASA and Norfolk State University are hosting more than 600 future science and math teachers at a Pre-Service Teacher Conference celebrating a decade of serving historically black, Hispanic and tribal education institutions
02.04.05 - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe will preview the agency's fiscal year 2006 budget proposal on Monday, Feb. 7, at 1 p.m.
02.03.05 - NASA invites media to participate in a Fiscal Year 2006 Budget pre-briefing Friday, Feb. 4, at 3:30 p.m.
01.28.05 - See the latest images from remote sensing missions of NASA and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration in a historical perspective
01.24.05 - In NASA's first-ever government-contractor standard competition, NASA selected the in-house team to provide metallic test article development and general and precision machining services
01.24.05 - NASA is hosting a NASA Explorer Institutes (NEI) professional development conference in North Carolina, January 24-26, 2005
01.06.05 - Fresh ideas are needed to develop systems and technological solutions to achieve a sustainable and affordable space exploration program that spans decades. NASA's Exploration Systems Research and Technology program is pursuing an aggressive agenda to do just that.
01.05.05 - Looking for Space Business Partners; Small Aircraft Demo Set; Satellite Readied for Cloud Studies; Testing Airline Weather Sensor; Toughening Materials for Space