Reginald Alexander is helping design the next-generation of launch vehicles that will make NASA's dream of returning to the moon a reality.
Marshall Space Flight Center celebrated a major milestone Feb. 18 -- the first "Mentor-Protégé" signing agreement between a NASA prime contractor and a historically black college or university.
NASA today begins testing elements of a power system that is a potential candidate to provide the energy needed to support a human outpost on the moon.
The Ares I stage separation is a carefully timed event based upon preset acceleration levels.
The Ares I tumble motors fire to slow the first stage for its return trip to Earth and eventual recovery.
Kim E. Whitson has been appointed deputy director of the Office of Procurement at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Astronomers using NASA's Swift satellite and Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope are seeing frequent blasts from a stellar remnant 30,000 light-years away.
NASA's Great Observatories are celebrating the International Year of Astronomy.
A spectacular view of galaxy Centaurus A shows the effects of a supermassive black hole.
Chandra sees the wild side and the mild side of a divided 'stellar city' in a nearby galaxy.
How can a rocket engine that generates 5,000 degree steam form icicles at the rim of its nozzle?
David King, director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center recently named Stephen C. Doering associate program manager for the Constellation Program at the center.
Johnny F. Stephenson Jr. has been appointed deputy director of the Office of Strategic Analysis & Communications at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Astronomers have clearly seen the effects of dark energy on the most massive collapsed objects in the Universe.
The Tarantula Nebula produces intense radiation and searing winds of multimillion-degree gas.
The first of 18 mirror segments of the James Webb Space Telescope arrived this week at Marshall Center for testing at Marshall’s X-ray & Cryogenic Facility.
NASA's Space Shuttle Program on Thursday successfully conducted a test firing of a space shuttle reusable solid rocket motor in Utah.
Today, a new multi-user materials science laboratory began its journey to the International Space Station leaving Marshall Space Flight Center for Kennedy Space Center for final flight preparations.
Chandra snaps one of the longest exposures ever obtained of a spiral galaxy -- in X-rays.