A test of the Water Sound Suppression System released 350,000 gallons of water on a Shuttle launch pad... in only 41 seconds.› View Video →
The right protective clothing makes all the difference, especially in space.
Five Space Shuttle astronauts will be inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame during a ceremony May 1.
NASA engineers and scientists go to great lengths to prevent fires from starting on spacecraft.
The new Universal Coolant Transporter will help cold Shuttle payloads chill out after landing.
The fastest train in the universe is designed to move just a few feet per minute.
Who'd have thought that playing video games would be an astronaut skill?
Columbia will serve as a valuable research tool.
For safety's sake, NASA selects a new Return to Flight vehicle and launch date.
Go behind the scenes at Kennedy Space Center as Shuttle Discovery gets an overhaul.› Part 2: Into the Orbiter
Rescue teams were put to the test during a mock Shuttle disaster.› View this Video →
Events Honor Fallen Astronauts› View Video →
Veteran astronaut talks about Return to Flight, missions to Mars and what's next for NASA› View Interview Video →
The fallen crew of Space Shuttle Columbia now has an enduring memorial on Mars.› View this Video →
Astronauts serve as Shuttle crew's eyes and ears
Busy days ahead at the KSC Space Station Processing Facility.
Michael Foale has spent more time in space than any other U.S. astronaut.
Four NASA astronauts have been chosen to fly on the newly-created Space Shuttle mission, STS-121.
An unusual-looking test measures vibrations in Shuttle launch platform and flight hardware.› View this Video →
Efforts to return the Space Shuttle to flight are under way at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and at other NASA centers.› View JSC Video →