03.25.13 - A critical segment of Orion's Launch Abort System, the launch abort motor, recently arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for Exploration Flight Test (EFT)-1.
03.25.13 - Space station spinoff from MISSE study leads to protective coating for Dragon spacecraft and more.
03.20.13 - The launch pad of the future is taking shape at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center where the agency’s Space Launch System will liftoff with the Orion spacecraft sending humans to new destinations.
03.19.13 - The latest in cutting-edge manufacturing is already making a significant impact in the future of space exploration.
03.12.13 - NASA's Exploration Design Challenge gives students from kindergarten through 12th grade the opportunity to play a unique role in the future of human spaceflight.
03.27.13 - Exploring the cooling impact of boiling bubbles in microgravity with space station's Microheater Array Boiling Experiment (MABE) investigation.
03.11.13 - Space station's Ultrasonic Background Noise Test (UBNT) to detect air leaks by "listening" for high frequency sounds
03.08.13 - Investigators sat down to talk station research with colleagues gathered for the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
03.06.13 - The Advanced Colloids Experiment is designed to help researchers understand how to optimize stabilizers to extend product shelf life.
03.06.13 - A SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has delivered a "goody bag" to the crew aboard the International Space Station. But it's not filled with treats.
03.03.13 - The International Space Station welcomed its second contracted cargo delivery flight Sunday with the arrival of the SpaceX Dragon.
02.28.13 - The first spacecraft NASA has designed to fly astronauts beyond Earth orbit since the Apollo era is well on its way to making a flight test next year, agency officials said Wednesday.
02.28.13 - A second contracted flight for the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station will be twice as nice for researchers.
03.01.13 - Don Pettit was awarded NASA Engineer of the Year by the National Society of Professional Engineers/Professional Engineers in Government.
2.27.13 - Engineers, crane operators and technicians practiced the careful maneuvers that will be required to stack a Launch Abort System onto an Orion spacecraft.
02.27.13 - Ever wonder how we develop new materials? Scientists at NASA do just that using the International Space Station Materials Science Research Rack.
02.21.13 - Wonder what it's like to control a camera on the International Space Station? More than 30,000 students found out as part of the EarthKAM mission.