01.29.08 - NASA is using a new treadmill that allows people to run while suspended horizontally to help astronauts prepare for long-duration missions to the moon and beyond.
01.23.08 - NASA's Langley Research Center has selected four companies to provide the agency with aerospace model systems and developmental test hardware used for spaceflight, space exploration, flight tests and ground-based tests.
01.15.08 - NASA's Constellation Program has released a broad agency announcement for study proposals to evaluate human landing craft concepts for exploring the moon.
01.10.08 - The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA's next mission to the moon, is in the midst of integration and testing at Goddard Space Flight Center.
12.18.07 - NASA has awarded a contract for Orion Project integration services to Barrios Technology Ltd. of Houston. The small business contract has a potential value of $49 million with options.
12.17.07 - In December, NASA will begin testing core components of a rocket engine from the Apollo era. Data from the tests will help NASA build the next generation engine that will power the nation's new Ares launch vehicles.
12.17.07 - NASA moved forward in 2007 to explore the solar system, expand our knowledge of Earth and its place in the universe and build the International Space Station.
12.12.07 - NASA has selected The Boeing Company as the prime contractor to produce, deliver and install avionics systems for the Ares I rocket that will launch the Orion crew exploration vehicle into orbit.
12.06.07 - NASA will host a news conference Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m. EST to announce the selection of a contractor for the upper stage instrument unit avionics for the Ares I rocket.
12.06.07 - On Monday, Dec. 10, NASA briefs reporters on the efforts to return humans to the moon by 2020.
11.15.07 - Short but intense sessions of exercise may help women on bed rest stay strong and recuperate more quickly, according to a NASA-funded study by researchers at Ball State University.
11.15.07 - NASA and industry engineers successfully tested the main parachute for Constellation Program rockets during a drop test Thursday at the U.S. Army's Yuma Proving Ground.
11.14.07 - NASA will use the cold, harsh, isolated landscape of Antarctica to test one of its concepts for astronaut housing on the moon.
11.14.07 - With less than a year until flight tests of NASA's Constellation Program, work is under way on a launch pad that will host the first of those tests.
11.08.07 - NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate, which oversees the development of technology that makes space exploration possible, will host its first Technology Exchange Conference Nov. 14-15, 2007.
11.08.07 - NASA will break ground for a new test launch pad at the U.S. Army's White Sands Missile Range, N.M., at 8:30 a.m. CST, Wednesday, Nov. 14.
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.