NASA at John C. Stennis Space Center has released information to identify potential industry interest in an onsite test stand facility designed for ground testing propulsion systems.
Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center conducted an initial test of the J-2X engine powerpack Feb. 15, kicking off a series of key tests in development of the rocket engine that will carry humans deeper into space than ever before.
A new series of tests on the engine that will help carry humans to deep space will begin next week at NASA's Stennis Space Center in southern Mississippi. The tests on the J-2X engine bring NASA one step closer to the first human-rated liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen rocket engine to be developed in 40 years.
StenniSphere, the museum and visitor center at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center, will close its doors to the public, beginning Feb. 15.
NASA has announced a second Spaced Out Sports competition, challenging students in grades 5-8 to create science-based games that will be played by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
The relocation of the RS-25D space shuttle main engine inventory from Kennedy Space Center's Engine Shop in Cape Canaveral, Fla., is under way.
Forty-one teams from Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi high schools and 350 guests traveled to NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center on Jan. 7 for the kickoff of the 2012 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics season.
Engineers at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center conducted another successful test firing of Aerojet's AJ26 engine No. 8 on Dec. 15, continuing their support of Orbital Sciences Corporation as the company prepares to launch commercial cargo missions to the International Space Station.
For engineers working on the J-2X engine program, installation of the upgraded J-2X powerpack on the A-1 Test Stand on Dec. 5 had to feel like a long-awaited holiday gift.
NASA has selected 300 small business proposals to enter into negotiations for possible contract awards through the agency's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.
A team of engineers at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center conducted a test firing on an Aerojet AJ26 flight engine Nov. 17, providing continued support to Orbital Sciences Corporation as it prepares to launch commercial cargo missions to the International Space Station.
NASA remains one of the best places to work in the federal government.
NASA conducted a successful 500-second test firing of the J-2X rocket engine on Wednesday, Nov. 9, marking another important step in development of an upper stage for the heavy-lift Space Launch System (SLS).
StenniSphere, the visitor center at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center, will be closed to the general public Nov. 9 for an onsite event.
The children of Leo Seal Sr., Capt. William C. Fortune and Jackson Balch Sr. all share a common bond: Their fathers played vital roles in grassroots efforts during the formative years of the John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi.
"I have never forgotten the promises [I made] that day in Logtown. I have kept foremost in my mind [the fact] that the people of Hancock County willingly allowed over 40 percent of the land area of [their] county to become a federal installation. In return, the federal government assured the people of Hancock County and Mississippi that the facility would be used. As long as I have anything to do with it, that promise of the federal government can and will be met!"
NASA engineers talk seriously about their responsibility to inspire the next generation of space leaders and pioneers.
StenniSphere, the visitor center at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center, will be closed to the general public Oct. 8 for an onsite event.
Engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center conducted a Sept. 28 test of an Aerojet AJ26 flight engine that will power the first stage of Orbital Sciences Corporation's Taurus II space launch vehicle, continuing progress in a key commercial space transport partnership.
NASA's Stennis Space Center is turning 50 this year, and one longtime employee is celebrating the occasion by not retiring.