NASA has named Arthur E. (Gene) Goldman as the new deputy center director at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center, Mississippi effective mid-October.
NASA is marking a historic moment in the life of the nation's largest rocket engine test complex.
The A-1 Test Stand at NASA's Stennis Space Center, Miss. marked a historic moment Thursday, Aug. 17 as the 1,000th test of a space shuttle main engine was conducted on that facility.
NASA's Stennis Space Center, Miss., announced two contract awards Wednesday.
NASA is now accepting online-only applications for a new scholarship program, MUST: Motivating Undergraduates in Science & Technology Program.
NASA Stennis Space Center will play a critical role in the agency's Constellation Program, according to managers who visited the site Thursday, July 13.
America’s only staged combustion liquid booster rocket engine now in development marked an important milestone last week on July 12 at NASA’s Stennis Space Center (SSC) near Bay St. Louis, Miss.
NASA Stennis Space Center marked the 40th anniversary of the first rocket engine test at the center with a space shuttle main engine test-firing on April 21, 2006.
On the morning of April 23, 1966, the south Mississippi silence was broken by an earth-rattling roar that swept southern Mississippi and Louisiana into the Space Age.
Although 25 percent of the center's work force lost their homes to the storm, the center’s positive impact to the surrounding communities and the state never faltered.
NASA's Deputy Administrator Shana Dale presented 25 medals, 33 commendations and 15 group awards to employees during a March 3 ceremony at NASA's Stennis Space Center.
Six employees at NASA's Stennis Space Center were honored Tuesday, Jan. 31, with a "Silver Snoopy," the personal achievement award given to space program workers by NASA’s astronaut corps.
A collection of artifacts, remnants of everyday life in Gainesville, Miss., were found using high-tech remote sensing methods like ground-penetrating radar, magnetometers, and satellite and airborne images.
William (Bill) Parsons, director of Stennis Space Center, has accepted the position of deputy center director at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla. Richard Gilbrech will take over as Stennis director.
After being suspended during hurricane recovery efforts, NASA's Stennis Space Center's popular, one-day space camp has returned, and with a lower fee.
As an aerospace technologist at NASA's Stennis Space Center, Rosa Obregon helps test engines to power rockets toward the stars. Now – thanks to Latina magazine – she's in the company of stars.
Six employees at NASA's Stennis Space Center were honored Wednesday, Dec. 14, with a "Silver Snoopy," the personal achievement award given to space program workers by NASA’s Astronaut Corps.
NASA has selected 335 proposals from 251 firms for the 2005 Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.
NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center is assisting local schools in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina by taking its Educator Resource Center (ERC) materials and programs on the road.
For the first time since Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, NASA's Stennis Space Center has returned to its main line of business, testing space shuttle main engines. Engineers successfully test-fired an engine today for 520 seconds.