NASA and its partners today unveiled a new way to connect satellite air quality data with communities in Central America and the Caribbean.
One of the nearest supernovas in the last 25 years has been identified over a decade after it exploded.
NASA engineers have completed first-round testing of a key motor for the next-generation Ares I rocket.
NASA has taken a giant leap toward building the nation’s next generation rocket with the completion of the Ares I rocket preliminary design review.
A powerful collision of galaxy clusters is seen by Chandra and Hubble.
NASA engineers have completed a series of tests on a key component of the J-2X engine.
Five Louisiana teachers were recognized July 25 for their participation in the LaSpace/NASA Michoud Education Fellow Program at the Michoud Assembly Facility.
Marshall Center engineers made the first 'official' weld with tools that will enable development of the upper stage of the Ares I rocket.
James Turner has been appointed to the Senior Executive Service position of deputy manager in the Engineering Directorate's Spacecraft and Vehicle Systems Department at the Marshall Center.
Larry Leopard has been appointed to the Senior Executive Service position of deputy manager in the Engineering Directorate's Propulsion Systems Department at the Marshall Center.
Space shuttle external fuel tank ET-129 departed NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans Aug. 6.
America’s plans for opening the space frontier are featured in an interactive exhibit scheduled to visit three Iowa cities Aug. 7-28.
Eighteen high school seniors and college freshmen from Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri and Tennessee spent their summer as paid NASA interns at the Marshall Center.
While still in the process of a two-month checkout, Gamma-ray Large Area Telescope (GLAST) has already detected 12 powerful gamma-ray bursts.
Dr. Virginia Cook Tickles, an engineer at the Marshall Center in Huntsville and a native of New Orleans, has been selected for the NASA Administrator's Fellowship Program.
Kimberly Sanland Robinson, a project integration manager at Marshall Center in Huntsville and a native of Birmingham, Ala., has been selected for the NASA Administrator's Fellowship Program.
Elaine Flowers Duncan, a native of Montgomery, Ala., has been selected for the NASA Administrator's Fellowship Program.
NASA completed a full-scale rocket motor test on Thursday, July 17, to further development of the Orion Jettison Motor.
How do you weigh the biggest black holes in the universe? One answer can be found with data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.
This year’s Charles S. Falkenberg Award was presented today to Daniel E. Irwin, an Earth scientist from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.