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.
The State of Louisiana Economic Development Team was recently honored with a NASA Public Service Group Achievement Award by the Marshall Center.
Postflight analysis of external tank, ET-128, revealed no observed foam loss from the tank's liquid oxygen feedline brackets and hydrogen tank ice frost ramps.
Barry Roberts wants to help build a better rocket -- one that can fly despite record low temperatures, one that hail and rain can’t stop.
NASA’s GLAST Burst Monitor (GBM) Instrument Operations Center was alive with energy as scientists gathered to witness instrument activation.
Dr. Rajiv Doreswamy, deputy manager of Program Planning and Control for Ares Projects, has been chosen to participate in the NASA Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program.
Woodstock, Ala., native Robert Champion, has been chosen by NASA Headquarters in Washington to participate in the Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program at Marshall Center.
The biggest black holes may feed just like the smallest ones, according to data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.
David King, director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., has named Byron W. Butler director of the center's Office of Procurement.
NASA and Alliant Techsystems, or ATK, unveiled Thursday a new vertical test stand that will be used later this summer to support NASA's Constellation Program.
Chandra takes a new view of W28, a classic example of mixed-morphology supernova remnant.
A team of enterprising student rocketeers from Utah State University in Logan has won the 2007-2008 University Student Launch Initiative.
Dr. Daniel M. Schumacher has been appointed director of the Office of Strategic Analysis & Communications at the Marshall Center.
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has found a bizarre ring of material around the magnetic remains of a star that blasted to smithereens.
At a mere 140 years old, supernova remnant G1.9+0.3 is the youngest in the Milky Way galaxy.
International Space Station crews soon will have a new water reclamation system that will recycle wastewater, allowing up to six crew members to live aboard the orbiting laboratory.