11.08.07 - NASA, the National Science Foundation and ILC Dover invite the news media to view an Antarctic-bound inflatable habitat at 10 a.m. EST, Wednesday, Nov. 14, at ILC’s facility at One Moonwalker Rd., Frederica, Del.
11.01.07 - NASA's Space Shuttle Program successfully fired a four-segment reusable solid rocket motor Thursday, Nov. 1, at a Utah test facility.
10.30.07 - NASA announced Tuesday which agency centers will take responsibility for specific work to enable astronauts to explore the moon.
10.30.07 - NASA has announced its intent to establish a new lunar science institute.
10.29.07 - On Tuesday, Oct. 30, NASA will take another important step toward returning astronauts to the moon by assigning key future Constellation Program work to its field centers.
10.18.07 - NASA announced Thursday it will conduct a new competition for funding that remains in NASA's Commercial Orbital Transportation Services Project, known as COTS.
10.18.07 - Thursday, NASA will provide an update about the status of the agency's Commercial Orbital Transportation Services Project, also known as COTS during a news media roundtable at 2:30 p.m. EDT at NASA Headquarters.
10.01.07 - NASA has issued a request for proposals from industry for the design, development and production of a new spacesuit system for Constellation Program voyages to the International Space Station and the moon.
09.24.07 - The crews of future missions to the moon and Mars could face serious health risks from exposure to space radiation.
08.30.07 - News media are invited to spend a day with NASA's planetary rovers, robots and futuristic spacesuits as the agency tests hardware for missions to the moon.
08.28.07 - NASA on Tuesday selected The Boeing Co. as the contractor to provide manufacturing support for design and construction of the upper stage of the Ares I rocket.
08.23.07 - NASA's Stennis Space Center broke ground Thursday for a new rocket engine test stand that will provide altitude testing for the J-2X engine.
08.21.07 - NASA will host a news conference at 4 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, Aug. 28, to announce the selection of a contractor for the upper stage element of the Ares I rocket that will help launch future human missions to the moon.
08.13.07 - NASA has issued a draft environmental impact statement on potential environmental impacts associated with the Constellation Program.
08.10.07 - NASA has signed a $1.8 billion contract with ATK of Utah for the design, development, testing, and evaluation of the first stage of the Ares I and Ares V launch vehicles.
08.10.07 - Stennis Space Center Director Richard J. Gilbrech will be the new head of Exploration Systems.
08.09.07 - NASA has issued a request for proposals for Ares I mobile launcher construction. They are due to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Sept. 6, 2007.
07.27.07 - NASA has selected Ivey's Construction Inc. of Merritt Island, Fla., to build a new lightning protection system for Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center.
07.24.07 - NASA will send three astronauts and a Constellation Program aerospace engineer into the ocean depths off the Florida coast from Aug. 6 to 15, where they will test lunar exploration concepts and a suite of medical objectives for long-duration spaceflight.
07.16.07 - NASA has signed a $1.2 billion contract with Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne Inc. for design, development, testing and evaluation of the J-2X engine.