While Hurricane Sandy caused havoc, NASA's "SPoRT Center" was busy developing information to help forecasters better predict the massive storm.› Read More
The "Mighty Eagle," a NASA robotic prototype lander, reached its highest altitude and velocity -- and longest duration -- on Oct. 25.› Video →
The Marshall Center is leading a three-year technology development project that could dramatically improve space, air and sea navigation.
Work is nearing completion for a "pathfinder" version of the adapter design for test flights of the Orion spacecraft and NASA's Space Launch System.› View video
One of the lowest mass supermassive black holes ever seen in the middle of a galaxy has been identified, thanks to Chandra and other observatories.
Dr. Chryssa Kouveliotou, an astrophysicist at Marshall Space Flight Center, has been noted among Time Magazine's 25 most influential people in space.
A newly enhanced RS-25 engine will help America's next heavy-lift rocket launch humans beyond low Earth orbit.› Video
At Stennis Space Center, two J-2X engines and a power pack create a powerful partnership for the Space Launch System.
Chandra captures stunning views of four planetary nebulas from its first systematic survey of such objects in the solar neighborhood.
Engineers at MSFC are hoping to answer questions about fires in space through a series of tests and studies.
The ISERV Team was honored at the MSFC Annual Honor Awards Ceremonies for receiving the prestigious NASA Silver Achievement Medal.
Sabrina Savage, a research astrophysicist, has been named deputy project scientist for Hinode, the joint U.S.-Japanese mission to study the sun.
The largest, most powerful solid rocket booster ever built for flight is being assembled for NASA's Space Launch System by ATK Space Systems.› Video
NASA has named Patrick Scheuermann director of the Marshall Center.
Chandra finds evidence of a huge, hot gas halo enveloping the Milky Way galaxy.
NASA has begun its latest airborne hurricane study called the Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel (HS3) mission.
New Chandra analysis of Kepler's supernova remnant explosion suggests that it might have been more powerful and farther than previously thought.
Steven J. Wofford, a longtime resident of Huntsville, Ala., recently was appointed deputy director of the Safety & Mission Assurance Directorate at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville.
The "Mighty Eagle" robotic prototype lander flew to an altitude of 100 feet and descended to a landing during a free flight Sept. 5.› Photo 1
If you like rock stars -- of the roving, robotic variety -- here's your chance to see a NASA-sized competition that’s all about them.