02.04.13 - NASA's Mars rover Curiosity used the hammering action of its drill on Feb. 2 as the second-to-last major test before the first full drilling to collect a sample of rock dust.
02.04.13 - NASA will hold a media teleconference at 11 a.m. PST (2 p.m. EST), on Thursday, Feb. 7, to discuss an asteroid, 150 feet (45 meters) in diameter, that will pass close, but safely, by Earth on Feb. 15.
01.31.13 - The GPM Core Observatory completed thermal vacuum testing at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. on Jan. 16, 2013. After twelve days to carefully remove the testing equipment, stow the High Gain Antenna and GPM Microwave Imager, and lift the spacecraft out of the thermal vacuum test chamber, the spacecraft was moved back to the clean room on Jan. 28.
02.01.13 - Two species of dinosaur left footprints in Cretaceous-era mud on what is now the Goddard campus. The fossilized tracks have been removed for future study and display.
02.19.13 - NASA's Kennedy Space Center uses in-house expertise to develop an International Space Station Plant Habitat for microgravity plant growth studies.
02.01.13 - The galaxy in this image marks a transitional phase - a young star-forming galaxy settles down to become a massive, red and dead galaxy.
02.01.13 - A small asteroid named 2012 DA14 will safely fly past Earth's outer ring of satellites on February 15.
02.01.13 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden's message on the 2013 Day of Remembrance.
02.01.13 - The Expedition 34 crew members worked with Robonaut 2 and performed maintenance aboard the station on Friday.› ISS Update Video | › Crew timelines
02.06.13 - There is a reason the phrase "shooting in the dark" refers to things that are difficult to do -- and night photography from space is no exception.
02.07.13 - A sounding rocket to study the aurora and how oxygen and hydrogen escape Earth's atmosphere may launch as early as Feb. 2, 2013, but the team has a two-week window in order to find the perfect launch conditions.
01.31.13 - Scientists see a monstrous thunder-and-lightning storm sputter out after it churns around the planet and encounters its own wake.
01.31.13 - On July 18, 20012, scientists used NASA's SDO to see for the first time the formation of something they had long known was at the heart of many eruptive events on the sun: a flux rope.
01.31.13 - The Expedition 34 crew members worked with Robonaut and performed maintenance and science experiments aboard the station on Thursday.› ISS Update Video | › Crew timelines
01.31.13 - A small, Earth-directed Coronal Mass Ejection erupted early this morning.
01.31.13 - A new video takes viewers behind the scenes for a special look at one of the many mirrors of the upcoming Webb telescope.
02.01.13 - Ten years ago, seven brave astronauts gave their lives in the name of exploration when America's first flight-ready space shuttle, Columbia, failed to return safely to Earth.
01.30.13 - A powerful cold front moving from the central United States to the East Coast is wiping out spring-like temperatures.
01.30.13 - The Expedition 34 crew worked with science experiments and performed maintenance on the station Wednesday, while robotics continued outside.› ISS Update Video | › Crew timelines
01.30.13 - A star thought to have passed the age at which it can form planets may, in fact, be creating new worlds.