06.14.12 - NASA's Open Government Initiative introduces "OpenRov" at NEEMO 16, a challenge to further the development of open-source hardware, software, and communications interfaces to map the ocean floor.
06.18.12 - NASA is expanding its capabilities for doing plant and animal tissue investigations on the Space Station with the delivery of a new centrifuge.
06.13.12 - Rovers can yield valuable planetary data returns, but the ultimate goal is to collect and return samples for scientists to analyze on Earth.
06.11.12 - How does atmospheric pressure affect science experiments? This challenge invites you to participate and submit your theories.
NASA is busy replanning the future Mars Exploration Program – and we want to hear from you!
06.07.12 - This report articulates NASA's multi-destination human space exploration strategy using a capability-driven approach.
06.08.12 - NASA's Stennis Space Center broke its own record on June 8 with a 1,150-second test on the new J-2X powerpack.
06.11.12 - The Transit of Venus in front of the Sun is one of only two such planetary crossings -- the other being the Transit of Mercury -- visible from Earth.
06.06.12 - The Young-Crippen Firing Room used to oversee the liftoff of Apollo and space shuttle missions has been modernized for the next generation of launchers and spacecraft.
06.06.12 - James Murphy, who used to work in the Operations and Checkout Building during Apollo, returned for a look at Orion.
06.04.12 - It boggles the mind to consider how different the wonders of the universe look when viewed from outside our usual perspective.
05.31.12 - The successful mission of the SpaceX Dragon to the International Space Station sets the company course for regular cargo flights.
05.31.12 - NASA engineers can now begin developing the SLS flight software using newly delivered software test bed computers from Boeing.
06.13.12 - To understand the origin of the universe, you need power. That's why the International Space Station is the perfect research platform for AMS-02.
05.30.12 - Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) Space System's Dream Chaser design passed one of its most complex tests to date with a successful captive-carry test during its partnership with NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
05.31.12 - Moving liquids without gravity aboard the International Space Station can be tricky -- if there’s no "down" then water won’t flow downhill.
05.25.12 - The International Space Station's Expedition 31 crew grappled and attached SpaceX's Dragon capsule to the space station Friday.