08.24.12 - BASS principal investigator, Paul Ferkul, discusses previous combustion investigations, the BASS process and how the crew ignites fuel samples.
08.16.12 - In Iron Man 2, billionaire-turned-super-hero Tony Stark uses a pocket device to measure toxicity levels. In Hollywood, results come back instantly.
08.13.12 - Melissa Dawson, an Earth scientist at NASA's Johnson Space Center, talks about Crew Earth Observations and the important data the images provide.
08.09.12 - The three American companies building next-generation spacecraft that NASA could call on to carry astronauts into orbit in the future will perform much of their work along Florida's Space Coast, home of the agency's Commercial Crew Program.
08.14.12 - NASA introduces its plans for certifying commercially developed spacecraft and launch vehicle systems in support of crewed missions to the International Space Station.
08.07.12 - Models of the Orion capsule and its service module offer engineers a chance to detail ways to process the spacecraft for launch.
08.03.12 - NASA announces its plans to partner with industry rocket and spacecraft developers for the Commercial Crew integrated Capability (CCiCap) initiative, which will ultimately lead to the availability of commercial human spaceflight services for government and commercial customers.
07.30.12 - Marking the 10th anniversary of an achievement is a proud occasion. And when it's marked in space, some believe it's even more of an achievement.
08.01.12 - Mark Micire, SPHERES Engineering Manager, shares various education and research capabilities possible when working with SPHERES robotic technology.
07.26.12 - Stennis engineers conducted tests on a new liquid methane, liquid oxygen engine used to power the Project Morpheus lander.
07.25.12 - NASA's Space Launch System has passed a major NASA review and is ready to move ahead to its preliminary design phase.
07.24.12 - The Firing Rooms in Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39 are being outfitted with smarter systems to support multiple users, such as the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle, the Space Launch System, or SLS, and spacecraft for the Commercial Crew Program.
07.16.12 - The LAUNCH forum allows NASA to make connections between resource challenges on the International Space Station and those on Earth.
07.20.12 - United Launch Alliance (ULA) recently completed reviews of its Atlas V rocket design for human spaceflight capabilities.
07.19.12 - Americans are not the only ones joining in the very common summer activity of a road trip.
07.18.12 - Astronauts aboard the space station are no strangers to the importance of a schedule.
07.18.12 - NASA completed another successful test of the Orion crew vehicle's parachutes in preparation for the spacecraft’s orbital flight test in 2014.
NASA and its partners are demonstrating technologies on Earth that may be used on future missions to harness resources in space.
07.16.12 - The Deep Space Habitat project team is building mockups of next-generation space habitats for testing at Marshall Space Flight Center.
07.17.12 - Alliant Techsystems Inc. (ATK) wrapped up its Commercial Crew Development Round 2 (CCDev2) partnership with NASA for its Liberty launch vehicle on July 11.