03.12.13 - NASA EDGE takes the role of investigator to an entirely new level as they examine three of NASA's Technology Demonstration Missions.
12.21.12 - In the future, small robots similar to the SPHERES experiment could perform routine maintenance and give astronauts more time for science experiments.
11.27.12 - Go behind the scenes with "NASA X" to see how NASA's MEDLI team helped the Curiosity rover achieve success at the Red Planet.
11.19.12 - NASA's racing through milestones in its development of new atmospheric deceleration technologies to support future planetary missions.
09.20.12 - On Sept. 22, space enthusiasts at Moffett Field, Calif., will watch a next-generation NASA robot perform on International Observe the Moon Night.
08.16.12 - NASA EDGE gets underneath the heat shield to learn about MEDLI, the Mars Science Laboratory Entry Descent and Landing Instrumentation.
08.15.12 - NASA has selected a team led by Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation for a technology demonstration of a high performance "green" propellant.
08.07.12 - When the Curiosity rover landed on Mars on Aug. 6, researchers for the MSL Entry, Descent, & Landing Instrument (MEDLI) were already cheering.
08.01.12 - Mark Micire, SPHERES Engineering Manager, shares various education and research capabilities possible when working with SPHERES robotic technology.
06.07.12 - Traveling 300 million miles through deep space to reach the planet Mars is difficult; successfully landing there is even harder.
04.09.12 - NASA is preparing to fly a Deep Space Atomic Clock, or DSAC, demonstration that will revolutionize the way we conduct deep-space navigation.
NASA has performed a trial rocket sled test to replicate the forces a supersonic spacecraft would experience prior to landing.› View Video
03.13.12 - While Robonaut has been busy testing its technology aboard station, NASA and GM have been working together to find new uses of those technologies.
02.08.12 - NASA is seeking technology demonstration proposals for green propellant alternatives to the highly toxic fuel hydrazine.
12.19.11 - In November, a free-flying robot on the International Space Station successfully gathered and delivered motion data via a new smartphone controller.
MEDLI, a sophisticated sensor set on the Mars Science Laboratory's heat shield, will measure the heat and pressure of a Martian atmosphere entry.
NASA has selected three Technology Demonstration Missions to transform space communications, deep space navigation and in-space propulsion.› Technology Demonstrators Feature