Student teams compete.
A sleek, supersonic T-38 trainer jet arrived at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in Calif. recently.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center conducted a series of flight tests of Shuttle foam divots as part of the Return to Flight team effort.
With a name like Starfighter, F-104s were destined to serve NASA in the extreme regime of high-speed flight research.
Professionals shared tips on getting stories in print and on the air.
NASA software tool helps prevent air traffic bottlenecks.
At the age of 14, NASA Aerospace Engineer Trong Bui escaped Vietnam by small boat.
An airplane that always carried the future under its wing.
A team of researchers conducted extensive tests to improve our understanding of particle emissions from commercial aircraft engines.
NASA Dryden's Laurie Marshall explores hypersonic flight.
Newest astronaut candidates energized by visit to NASA Dryden.
X-43A scramjet flight is risky business.
Enthusiasm for flight propels researcher's interest in X-43A
Memories returned as NASA research pilot and former astronaut Gordon Fullerton spoke at a dinner commemorating Shuttle Enterprise.
The KC-135 aircraft that brought many astronauts to their knees during training is retiring from service.
NASA Researcher Involved in X-43A Flight Program Since its Beginning
NASA's 16-foot Transonic Tunnel leaves powerful legacy
NASA's third and last X-43A hypersonic scramjet research vehicle took to the skies today for a captive-carry flight.
X-43A Sets World Speed Record
A NASA 747 jet carries the world's largest airborne observatory.