01.14.13 - On Friday, Jan. 11th, high school students from around the world joined in fierce competition to claim the championship spot.
1.17.13 - NASA's Commercial Crew Program and its industry partners are investing their time, money, efforts and reputations into shaping America's next-generation human spaceflight capabilities.
01.14.13 - NASA's Orion spacecraft moves toward milestones through cooperation.
01.07.13 - Shape-shifting malleable, gelatinous forms are orbiting the Earth at this very moment -- growing as they are bombarded by magnetic pulses.
12.31.12 - For centuries, people gazed at the constellation Pisces and imagined fish swimming in space. Astronauts have a closer view of real finned friends.
12.31.12 - For some astronauts, a long-term trip into space can literally leave them weak in the knees.
12.21.12 - This past year has been a busy one for the International Space Station.
12.21.12 - The team designing America's new flagship rocket has completed successfully a major technical review of the vehicle's core stage.
12.20.12 - Space can be a potentially hazardous environment to live and work in, especially when it comes to radiation.
01.02.13 - Did you ever wish you could be just a teensy bit taller? Well, if you spend a few months in space, you could get your wish -- temporarily.
12.21.12 - Many design and technological upgrades have been added for recovery of the new Orion spacecraft by NASA teams at the Kennedy and Johnson Space Centers.
01.28.13 - Put on your thinking cap! NASA wants your ideas on how to use the International Space Station as a technology test bed.
12.13.12 - Recent engineering advances by NASA and industry partners show important progress toward the next step to launching humans to deep space.
12.13.12 - NASA has completed the final test-firing of the J-2X powerpack assembly, an important component of America's next heavy-lift rocket.
12.12.12 - NASA's Ground Systems Development and Operations Program recently completed an important System Requirements Review/System Definition Review in planning for future operations at the Kennedy Space Center.
12.11.12 - NASA awards contracts in next step toward safely launching American astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil.
12.10.12 - Typically satellites launch from Earth, requiring dedicated launch vehicles. JAXA found a way to cut costs by designing a small satellite launcher.
12.06.12 - Nefertiti didn't spin a web like Charlotte; her kind never could. But the red-back jumping spider earned a classy nickname, Spidernaut.
12.07.12 - This weekend the International Space Station will turn itself to position the European Space Agency's SOLAR instrument for a better view of the sun.