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The Equatorial Vortex Experiment was successfully conducted on May 7 from the Marshall Islands when a NASA Terrier-Oriole sounding rocket was ...› View site
A NASA sounding rocket supporting a study of ionosphere and its impact on radio transmissions was launched at 3:38 a.m. EDT, May 1 from Roi-Namur, ...› View site
The EUNIS experiment was successfully launched at 1:30 pm EDT on April 23, 2013 from the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. Preliminary data shows that the experiment performed as planned.
NASA sounding rockets are taking science to the Earth’s ionosphere to study radio frequency propagation as well as space weather and its impact on communication and navigation systems, during the 2013 Kwajalein launch campaign.
In October 2011, a NASA-funded sounding rocket called CHAMPS flew up through noctilucent ice clouds to measure the meteoric smoke that seeds the clouds.
A launch of a Terrier-Lynx suborbital rocket was completed March 11 for the Department of Defense from NASA's launch range at the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
NASA commercial partner Orbital Sciences of Dulles, Va., successfully conducted an engine test of its Antares rocket at the nation's newest launch pad.
01.22.13 - NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 p.m. EST Wednesday, Jan. 23, to discuss new observations of a large active region in the sun's 1- million-degree atmosphere called the corona.
07.23.12 - WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. -- A large inflatable heat shield developed by NASA's Space Technology Program has successfully survived a trip through Earth's atmosphere while travelling at hypersonic speeds up to 7,600 mph.