The Boeing Company successfully completed the second parachute drop test for its CST-100 spacecraft, which it is developing in partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
Program Manager Ed Mango answers a number of questions from around the world during a live Tweet Chat on April 27.
NASA astronauts recently got a feel for the accommodations inside SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft, which they could one day fly to the International Space Station for the agency's Commercial Crew Program.
The hot-fire tests supported The Boeing Company's development of its CST-100 spacecraft in NASA's Commercial Crew Development Round 2.
NASA's plans for a new generation of commercially owned and operated spacecraft and launches involve keeping to the agency's high standards for crew safety.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP) hosts a Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) preproposal conference for aerospace industry partners and stakeholders.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program has Partner Integration Teams, or PIT Crews, to help guide industry partners in their race to space.
Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) marks a NASA Commercial Crew Program milestone with its Dream Chaser flight test vehicle for the collaborative mission of advancing commercial space transportation capabilities.
One of NASA's industry partners, United Launch Alliance (ULA), completed two milestones that could lead toward the certification of its Atlas V launch vehicle for human spaceflight.
One of NASA's industry partners, SpaceX, test fired its SuperDraco engine prototype for the collaborative mission of advancing commercial space transportation capabilities.
Designing an escape system for the next generation of rockets is a fresh challenge for NASA engineers.
One of NASA's industry partners, ATK, met its third milestone toward advancing commercial space transportation capabilities.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program will move ahead using Space Act Agreements (SAAs) instead of contracts to advance commercial space transportation designs.
Seven aerospace companies are moving forward with space transportation system designs under the Commercial Crew Program's Commercial Crew Development Round 2 (CCDev2) activities.
Agreement part of the Commercial Crew Development Round 2 activities.
In an innovative agreement that will create new jobs, NASA today announced a partnership with Space Florida to occupy, use and modify facilities at Kennedy Space Center.› Administrator Bolden's Blog →
Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is taking the shape of a launch complex to serve future rockets.