An avionics system is the "brains" for a launch vehicle.
A new Chandra image shows the symbiotic system known as CH Cyg, located only about 800 light years from Earth.
NASA has successfully completed a comprehensive pre-shipment review of FASTSAT, a small, microsatellite class spacecraft bus that will carry six experiment payloads to low-Earth orbit.
NASA has named the top university winners in the 2009-10 NASA Student Launch Projects, its annual rocketry challenge.
NASA engineers successfully tested a sub-scale solid rocket motor on May 27.
Observations from Chandra have captured a stellar "bullet" traveling at five million miles an hour away from a supernova explosion.
A joint Japan-United States research team has identified the origin of the white light emission in solar flares.
NASA is developing a fuel tank dome for its next-generation launch vehicles.
Using state-of-the-art NASA satellite information, students are busy checking state forests for ticks that may carry Lyme disease.
Observations from Chandra and XMM-Newton have detected a vast reservoir of intergalactic gas about 400 million light years from Earth.
Linda Yarbrough, a native of Athens, Ala., has received a Women’s Equality Day award for exceptional administrative service from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
Tereasa Washington, a native of Tuscumbia, Ala., has received a Women’s Equality Day award for exceptional supervisory service from the Marshall Center.
Thea Baskerville-Brown, a native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and a management support assistant at the Marshall Center has received a Women’s Equality Day award for excellence in clerical service.
Judy Ballance, acting deputy chief engineer for the Science & Mission Systems Office at the Marshall Center, has received a Women's Equality Day award for exceptional professional service.
NASA and ATK are assembling the final segments of NASA's five-segment development motor, or DM-2, in preparation for the second full-duration ground test.
'Survivor" black holes may sow the seeds required for the growth of supermassive black holes in galaxies.
More than 300 students vied to see whose rocket could fly closest to the 1-mile altitude goal and safely return to Earth at the 2009-2010 NASA Student Launch Projects rocketry challenge.
An engine nozzle turns a dramatic array of colors during a recent hot-fire test.
NASA has conducted a drogue parachute drop test at the U.S. Army's Yuma Proving Ground near Yuma, Ariz.
Chandra uses observations of galaxy clusters to study the properties of gravity.