NASA's progress toward a return to deep space missions continues with a new round of upcoming tests on the next-generation J-2X rocket engine, which will help power the agency's Space Launch System (SLS) to new destinations in the solar system.
Results of four dozen applications projects funded by NASA's Gulf of Mexico Initiative, part of NASA's Applied Sciences Program in the Earth Sciences Division, were presented during a three-day workshop in New Orleans on Jan. 23-25.
NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center presented its highest honor for quality and performance, the Contractor Excellence Award, to Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne (PWR) for its commitment to teamwork, safety, customer service, and technical and managerial excellence at the center.
NASA announced today that Jerry Cook has been selected as the deputy director of NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center, the agency's primary testing ground for rocket engines and propulsion systems, and its systems engineering center for applied science activities.
NASA on Thursday took another step toward human exploration of new destinations in the solar system.
NASA was named the best place to work in the federal government among large agencies in a survey released today by the Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, non-partisan organization.
The ForWarn forest monitoring and assessment tool developed by NASA's Stennis Space Center's Applied Science & Technology Project Office and other federal and university partners has been selected to receive a prestigious technology transfer award.
A burst of flame from a J-2X Powerpack test-firing lights up the sky on Dec. 5, 2012 at NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.
Scientists at NASA's Stennis Space Center have a good picture of the impact of storm surges on area waters as Hurricane Isaac lumbered ashore in late August, thanks to a pair of prototype environmental monitoring buoys designed as easy-to-build school projects.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced three changes to his senior leadership team Tuesday.
Stennis Space Center Director Patrick Scheuermann and Goddard Space Flight Center Director Christopher Scolese presented annual NASA Honor Awards during an onsite ceremony Aug. 9.
Local 4-H students had an opportunity to grow their imagination and potential at NASA's Stennis Space Center when NASA Associate Administrator for Education Leland Melvin took time to visit with them on July 30.
The NASA Environmental Management Division presented a prestigious 2012 Blue Marble Award for environmental excellence to Stennis Space Center engineer Bryon Maynard on June 28.
NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Miss., broke its own record on June 8, when it conducted a test on the new J-2X powerpack.
Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center conducted a test of Aerojet's AJ26 Engine E9 on May 3, continuing the agency's partnership support as Orbital Sciences Corporation prepares to provide commercial cargo missions to the International Space Station (ISS).
The next-generation engine that will help carry humans deeper into space than ever is back, bigger and better.
For the first time, NASA's Stennis Space Center has received the agency's Small Business Administrator's Cup Award in recognition of its stellar small business program.
Three school student teams in the fifth through eighth grades have been selected as the winners of NASA's second annual Spaced Out Sports challenge.
A Mississippi company that partnered with John C. Stennis Space Center to create a state-of-the-art disaster information system is one of seven highlighted during the 2012 NASA Technology Day on Capitol Hill on March 28.
The USDA Forest Service's Eastern Forest and Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Centers recently unveiled a product that helps natural resource managers rapidly detect, identify, and respond to unexpected changes in the nation's forests by using web-based tools.