04.20.11 - Four commercial companies will continue development of commercial rockets and spacecraft capable of safely flying astronauts into orbit and to the ISS.
03.22.11 - NASA ushered in a new era of exploration at Wallops with a ceremony opening the new Horizontal Integration Facility.
03.19.11 - NASA's Stennis Space Center is testing Aerojet’s AJ26 engines for commercial cargo flights to the International Space Station.
01.28.11 - You see a lot of smiles around the E-1 Test Stand at John C. Stennis Space Center these days.
12.17.10 - How long is a minute? It is longer than you think when it is filled with fire, steam and noise -- lots of noise.
12.09.10 - SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket and a Dragon capsule on a landmark mission to low Earth orbit and back.
11.10.10 - A successful test firing was conducted of the liquid-fuel AJ26 engine that will power the first stage of the Taurus II space launch vehicle.
09.03.10 - For the first time in nearly 50 years of American human spaceflight, Kennedy Space Center could be at the forefront of designing, developing, demonstrating and flying human-rated vehicles.
07.20.10 - Engineers recently installed an Aerojet AJ26 rocket engine for qualification testing as part of a partnership that highlights the space agency's commitment to work with commercial companies.
07.15.10 - To assist with planning for the commercial crew initiative, a white paper was developed to define and describe the appropriate approach to government insight/oversight.
03.25.10 - The Falcon 9 rocket developed by SpaceX underwent a successful static engine firing.
02.03.10 - NASA and General Motors have come together to build the next generation of dexterous humanoid robots capable of working side by side with people.
12.02.09 - NASA and its industry partners have successfully manufactured the first full-scale friction stir welded and spun formed tank dome.