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.
Engineers have installed J-2X engine E10002 in the A-1 test stand at Stennis Space Center -- the first full engine installed in almost a decade.› Test Photo #2
Patrick Scheuermann, director of the Marshall Center met May 8 with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and key members of the state Legislature.› News Release
A NASA team is targeting pollen -- and its work could help alleviate some of the suffering.› Photo 1
NASA astrophysicist Chryssa Kouveliotou, a scientist at the Marshall Center has been selected for membership in the National Academy of Sciences.› News Release
Scientists have used Chandra to make a detailed study of an enormous cloud of hot gas enveloping two large, colliding galaxies.
Before NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) flies to space on its inaugural mission in 2017, it will fly in place at Stennis Space Center.› Feature
More than 600 students launched rockets of their own design April 21 at the 2012-13 NASA Student Launch Projects challenge.› News release
A new record was set on April 4 for J-2X engine test firings when the engine was fired for 570 seconds on the A-2 test stand at Stennis.
Marshall successfully completed a series of cold-flow tests for the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) spacecraft.
A new image of SN 1006 from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory reveals this supernova remnant in exquisite detail.
NASA test conductors are making progress on the agency's new rocket by listening closely to the roar of four thrusters.› Photo
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center's X-ray and Cryogenic Test Facility recently received the James Webb Space Telescope's wings for testing.
Chandra looks under the "wing" of the dwarf galaxy Small Magellanic Cloud to study the life cycle of stars and the gas lying in between them.