12.05.06 - Dr. Mark J. Lewis, chief scientist of the U.S. Air Force, will discuss high-speed flight Thursday, Dec. 7, at NASA Langley and the Virginia Air & Space Center.
11.28.06 - Astronaut Michael Barratt will kick off a newly-established educational partnership between NASA and four Norfolk City Public Schools at Nauticus Fri., Dec. 1.
11.27.06 - NASA selected Swales Aerospace, Beltsville, Md., to provide research and technology services to the Langley Research Center. The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract has a maximum value of $200 million over five years.
11.03.06 - Four Langley senior managers receive prestigious Presidential Rank awards.
10.19.06 - Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., won an R&D 100 award for developing a more efficient way to use sensors on aircraft and spacecraft.
10.18.06 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin will outline NASA's challenge and explain how it will be accomplished in two presentations on Tues., Oct. 24.
10.17.06 - NASA Langley will visit Cherokee Middle School, in Cherokee, N.C., on Friday, Oct. 20, to kick off a new educational partnership.
10.13.06 - The Eclipse 500 -- the first "very light jet" certified by the FAA -- will soon take to the skies thanks in part to research done by NASA and its industry and university partners.
10.03.06 - Science Systems and Applications, Inc., will provide science, technology and research support services to NASA's Langley Research Center via a cost-plus-award-fee, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with a maximum value of about $140 million over five years.
10.03.06 - Bill Kinard will discuss half a century of studying man-made debris environments in space Thursday, Oct. 5.
09.26.06 - Astronaut Bill McArthur and Langley's Steve Jurczyk will visit Forest Lake Elementary School, in Columbia, S.C., on Friday, Sept. 29, to kick off a newly established educational partnership.
09.21.06 - Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., from Allentown, Pa., receives up to $16M to design and build a liquid nitrogen plant at NASA's Langley Research Center.
09.19.06 - Howard Lewis is the 2005 professional aviation manager of the year according to the U.S. General Services Administration.
09.14.06 - On Fri., Sept. 15, Atlantis astronauts will unbolt the Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE 5) from the space station and get it ready for the ride home.
09.05.06 - NASA's September Colloquium and Sigma Series speaker is doing what Native American scientists have done for untold generations -- passing down scientific knowledge through the oral tradition.
08.15.06 - For one week in June, 14 elementary and middle school teachers and administrators traveled to NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va., to take their turn as students again.› Norfolk, Va., Teachers
08.14.06 - Astronauts deployed two new materials experiments and three million basil seeds outside the International Space Station.
08.08.06 - Four competition-winning college students are learning to apply what they've learned working for NASA this summer.
08.01.06 - University of Virginia professor Dr. Mool C. Gupta will discuss the national nanotechnology initiative Thursday, August 3, at NASA Langley.
07.21.06 - NASA will share its vision for the future of exploration with the people of Newport, R.I., the final stop in a six-city tour for the Godspeed replica and floating museum.
07.20.06 - NASA will take visitors to the moon, Mars and beyond at EAA Airventure 2006.
07.14.06 - Local media are invited to watch with NASA Langley employees as Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-121) lands.
07.11.06 - NASA Astronaut Christopher Cassidy will join a team of explorers from NASA and from Jamestown, Va., in Boston on July 14.
07.10.06 - Langley researchers will be watching Wednesday as spacewalking astronauts demonstrate a heat-sensing camera to look for unseen damage to the shuttle's wing leading edge.
06.29.06 - Local media are invited to watch the final minutes of countdown for NASA's launch of Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-121) with NASA Langley Research Center employees.
06.21.06 - Retired NASA astronaut Franklin Chang-Diaz will be in New York City June 27 as part of the Godspeed Sail, the kick-off for an 18-month commemoration of the first permanent English settlement in the U.S. - Jamestown.
06.16.06 - NASA Langley will host a symposium titled "Mars: Past, Present and Future" on Thursday, June 22, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
06.14.06 - NASA will visit Philadelphia June 16-19 to give a glimpse into exploration of the future.
06.13.06 - NASA Langley is hosting a Space Shuttle Media Day, Wed., June 14, to highlight its contributions to the STS-121 Shuttle mission.
06.07.06 - Former NASA Astronaut Roger Crouch will join a team of explorers in Baltimore June 9 to give a glimpse into exploration of the future.
06.05.06 - NASA announces Center responsibilities associated with the Constellation Program.
06.01.06 - Langley Director Lesa Roe will brief Hampton Roads media June 5 about the work being assigned to the center in support of NASA's space exploration program immediately following a televised briefing featuring NASA Administrator Michael Griffin.
05.25.06 - Former NASA Astronaut Roger Crouch will help open the commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Jamestown in Alexandria, Va., May 27 - the first stop on a 2006 traveling tour.
05.19.06 - High school students from across the globe have shared their vision of the future of air transportation with NASA and some of its researchers who are responsible for developing cutting edge aviation technology.
05.18.06 - The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) named Analytical Services & Materials (AS&M), Inc. -- a NASA Langley contractor -- the Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year.
05.17.06 - NASA has partnered with Jamestown 2007 and is ready to set sail on a six-port tour over the next three months.
05.04.06 - An historic NASA wind tunnel is helping to test the prototype of a new, more fuel-efficient aircraft design.
05.01.06 - Travel to Mars is possible within the next 10 years according to aerospace expert Robert Zubrin.
04.28.06 - Two dozen researchers and their families broke into applause before dawn this morning at NASA Langley as they watched more than a decade of work launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
04.27.06 - The launch of NASA's CALIPSO and CloudSat satellites has been rescheduled for Fri., Apr. 28, at 6:02 a.m. EDT. Launch commentary on NASA TV begins at 4 a.m. EDT.
04.26.06 - Engineers have installed a small-scale blended wing body prototype in an historic wind tunnel that once hosted some of America's greatest aviation pioneers, including Orville Wright, Howard Hughes and Charles Lindbergh.
04.26.06 - Local media are invited to watch the countdown and launch of NASA's CALIPSO satellite with NASA Langley employees Wed., Apr. 26.
04.25.06 - Local media are invited to watch the countdown and launch of NASA's CALIPSO satellite with NASA Langley employees Wed., Apr. 26.
04.24.06 - Local media are invited to watch the countdown and launch of NASA's CALIPSO satellite with NASA Langley employees tomorrow morning, Apr. 25.
04.21.06 - The launch of NASA's CloudSat and CALIPSO satellites is rescheduled for Sat., Apr. 22, at 6:02 a.m. EDT from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
04.18.06 - Local media are invited to watch NASA's CALIPSO satellite launch with NASA Langley Research Center employees Fri., Apr. 21.
04.11.06 - Local media are invited to a nighttime demonstration of NASA's newest laser instrument that will launch into Earth’s orbit next week for a three-year mission.
04.04.06 - Georgia Tech's Dr. Judith Curry will discuss hurricanes and global warming April 6 at NASA Langley.
03.14.06 - The U.S. Postal Service, NASA Langley and the Virginia Air & Space Center will commemorate the first day of issue of the new X-Planes Postage Stamps on Friday, March 17.
03.13.06 - On March 15, NASA Langley experts will be available to news media to address Langley's role in the MRO mission.
03.06.06 - Over 100 Virginia Beach high school students will present their plans for a trip to the moon to NASA scientists.
03.01.06 - NASA congratulates Eclipse Aviation Corporation for winning the most prestigious award in aviation, the Robert J. Collier Trophy.
03.01.06 - Patrick A. Troutman, project manager for the Exploration Systems Analysis and Technology Assessment project, will discuss "NASA Capabilities for Human Exploration Beyond the Moon" Mar. 2.
02.16.06 - NASA Langley aerospace engineer Thomas Horvath was named Engineer of the Year by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
02.08.06 - NASA-developed wind tunnel technology is being used by the aviation industry to perfect new airplane designs throughout the development process.
02.02.06 - NASA selected Unisys Corporation to provide simulation and flight information technology services at Langley.
02.02.06 - Teachers at NASA's 11th annual Pre-Service Teacher conference will get valuable advice from National Teachers Hall of Fame inductee Jaime Escalante.
02.01.06 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin will brief the media about the agency's Fiscal Year 2007 budget at 1 p.m. EST, Monday, Feb. 6. Following the Administrator's briefing, Langley Research Center Director Lesa Roe will take questions from reporters.
01.31.06 - Retired NASA "rocket scientist" and NBC News space consultant James E. Oberg will talk about possible roles for Russia in future human space flight efforts Feb. 2.
01.31.06 - NASA Langley representatives will participate with aerospace industry leaders and members of professional organizations statewide at Aero-Space Day, Thurs., Feb. 2, in Richmond, Va.
01.30.06 - Stephen G. Jurczyk is Langley's new deputy director. He replaces Richard J. Gilbrech who was recently named director of NASA's Stennis Space Center.
01.30.06 - Dr. Charles E. Harris will lead Langley's Research and Technology Directorate. John Herrin now heads the Exploration and Flight Projects Directorate.
01.30.06 - Weather forecasters in the middle of the United States are making better local predictions for pilots and others thanks to an airborne sensor being tested by NASA's Aviation Safety Program.
01.27.06 - NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va., has partnered with Jamestown 2007, planners of the 400th anniversary of Jamestown, through an official Space Act Agreement.
01.20.06 - U.S. representatives Jo Ann S. Davis, Robert C. "Bobby" Scott and J. Randy Forbes will tour NASA's Langley Research Center Mon., Jan. 23.
01.20.06 - NASA selected Chugach Industries, Inc., of Anchorage, Alaska, for a follow-on contract to assist the agency in conducting a scientific and technical information program.
01.17.06 - On Fri., Jan. 20, Virginia Beach high school students will break composite wings they've spent weeks designing and building.
01.12.06 - Dr. Lelia B. Vann has been selected as the director of the Science Directorate at NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton. Va.
01.04.06 - Comet Dust Samples Headed Our Way, Counting Down to Cloud Studies Launch, Testing 'Flying Wing,' Examining Materials for Space, Airline Weather Sensor Results