Dr. Ruth Jones recently won a prestigious award for federal employees for work performed at two different NASA centers.› News Release
NASA unveiled today an upgraded Payload Operations Integration Center at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.› News Release
J-2X engine No. 10002 completed a successful test on June 14 at the A-1 Test Stand at Stennis Space Center.› Video →
An unprecedented bonanza of black holes has been found in one of the nearest galaxies to the Milky Way.› Photo
NASA and industry partners are collaborating on critical parts that will unite the Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft.
NASA plans to begin testing RS-25 engines for its new Space Launch System (SLS) in the fall of 2014.› Photos
Robots continue their quest for a $1.5 million prize purse in NASA's Sample Return Robot Challenge in Worcester, Mass.› Watch the Competition Live! →
Robots are now rolling as they compete for a $1.5 million prize purse in NASA's Sample Return Robot Challenge in Worcester, Mass.› Watch the Competition Live! →
The center aft segment for qualification motor 1 was transported May 29 to its test area at the ATK facility in Promontory, Utah.
Jonathan Walden, a native of Decatur, Ala., is the lead designer for the Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Stage Adapter.› News Release
The Mighty Eagle takes flight with the entire demonstration recorded by the Quad-Copter.› Video
Rapid microbial testing methods are needed to keep the crew and equipment healthy whether in low Earth orbit or on long-duration space missions.
Chandra views magnetar SGR 0418, a type of neutron star with a relatively slow spin rate that generates occasional large blasts of X-rays.
NASA engineers recently flipped a 1,000-pound adapter to prepare for Exploration Flight Test 1 in 2014 and Space Launch System flight in 2017.› Video
The Aerospace Club of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., took first prize in the 2013 annual NASA Student Launch Projects challenge.› News Release
NASA'S Marshall Space Flight Center has named Irma C. Burden director of the Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity.› News Release
Rocky Stephens fastens a candidate actuator to an electromagnetic shaker for random vibration testing during the Launch Abort System testing.
An episode of "NASA 360" showcasing a Centennial Challenges robotics competition has received two Telly Awards.
Chandra observes how the intense gravity of a supermassive black hole can be tapped to generate immense power.
A new communications upgrade paves the way for the ability of the crew and scientists to perform more hours of research every day.