A new dish for astronauts in space has been created. Bravo TV's Emmy-award winning reality show "Top Chef" featured a special challenge to create a dish that could be freeze-dried and sent into space.
A new experiment designed to reveal the origin and structure of the universe is preparing for launch at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The next generation in docking and rendezvous technology will make its debut early next year during the STS-134 mission.
Engineers at NASA's Kennedy and Johnson space centers have drawn up plans to get Robonaut into space safely.
NASA and its industry partners successfully demonstrated a new sensor technology that will make it easier and safer for spacecraft to rendezvous and dock to the International Space Station.
NASA's two crawler-transporters carry space shuttles on their shoulders.
This unassuming little beachside cottage stands as a silent witness to space history.
The space shuttles main computer system is well-regarded for its reliability, even though it runs on machines far from cutting-edge.
The veteran astronauts flying the STS-132 mission are carrying a number of precious symbols into orbit to call attention to notable causes.
The astronauts of STS-131 are carrying a diverse range of souvenirs to celebrate their achievements.
A NASA doctor designed a system to filter water so purely it can be used in IVs in space, and on Earth.
A leak detector used for the space shuttle launch pads has been miniaturized and could lead to a warning system for volcanoes.
The STS-130 crew delivers the final major U.S. components.
Kennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility xenon lights shine brightly for a safe touchdown.
The Space Shuttle Program has selected Mr. Blake Dumesnil's design as the winning design in the Space Shuttle Program Commemorative Patch Contest.
NASA's crew quarters staff takes pride in caring for the astronauts as though they were family members.
Small pieces of moon rocks collected on the Apollo 11 mission will return to space to inspire crews of the International Space Station.
A flawless launch and landing highlighted an active and dynamic mission to keep the space station supplied for several years to come.
When the wheels of space shuttle Atlantis touch down to end the STS-129 mission, astronaut Nicole Stott will complete both a first and a last.
A scarf from famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart leads the inventory of commemoratve items for the STS-129 crew.