05.31.13 - Twelfth issue, with articles on progress and milestone completed by the CCiCap partners.› Additional Documents and Previous Reports
05.31.13 - Paul Geithner, the deputy technical project manager for the Webb telescope answered questions about the Webb's Mid-Infrared Instrument, or MIRI, instrument.
05.31.13 - The station's Expedition 36 crew wrapped up the week Friday with science, maintenance and a review of emergency roles and responsibilities.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.31.2013 - On May 28, 2013, NASA's Kepler mission delivered new data to the NASA Exoplanet Archive.
05.30.13 - NASA transferred operational control of the Landsat 8 satellite (formerly LDCM) to the U.S. Geological Survey in a ceremony in Sioux Falls, S.D.› More from USGS →
05.30.13 - Lockheed Martin engineers and technicians recently completed a series of pyrotechnic bolt tests on the Orion ground test vehicle.
05.30.13 - NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission has uncovered the origin of massive invisible regions that make the moon's gravity uneven, a phenomenon that affects the operations of lunar-orbiting spacecraft.
05.30.13 - NASA astronaut Jack Fischer visited Langley's Cockpit Motion Facility in May to fly simulated Sierra Nevada Corporation Dream Chaser landings.
05.30.13 - A sequence of radar images of asteroid 1998 QE2 was obtained on the evening of May 29, 2013, by NASA scientists using the 230-foot (70-meter) Deep Space Network antenna at Goldstone, Calif., when the asteroid was about 3.75 million miles (6 million kilometers) from Earth, which is 15.6 lunar distances.
05.30.13 - Managers of NASA's Commercial Crew Program discussed the decisions and approach taken to fuel private interest in human spaceflight.
05.30.13 - On May 20, 2013, the MMS mission team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center reached an unprecedented milestone: completing the fourth of four observatories, all built for a single mission.
05.30.13 - A discussion by Kennedy's director and the shuttle's launch director centered on aspects of managing transitions at the Florida center.
05.30.13 - Measurements taken by NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission as it delivered the Curiosity rover to Mars in 2012 are providing NASA the information it needs to design systems to protect human explorers from radiation exposure on deep-space expeditions in the future.
05.30.13 - A new report tells how rocks examined by NASA's Mars rover Curiosity reveal details of how deep and how fast water once flowed in an ancient Martian stream.
05.30.13 - The station's Expedition 36 crew kicked off its first full workday as a six-person crew Thursday supporting combustion, physics and medical research.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.29.13 - NASA's multi-year Hurricane and Severe Storms Sentinel mission may explore tropical cyclones of Cape Verde origins when it takes to the skies again this August.
05.29.13 - In late June 2013, NASA will launch a new set of eyes to offer the most detailed look ever of the sun's lower atmosphere, known as the interface region.
05.29.13 - The station's Expedition 36 crew enjoyed some off-duty time Wednesday following the launch and arrival of three new crewmates Tuesday.› Space Station Live | › Crew timelines
05.29.13 - NASA's Swift X-ray Telescope has observed a spinning, crushed core of a massive star suddenly slowing down.
05.29.13 - NASA invites people to participate in online and televised events May 30 to 31 about the agency's asteroid initiative and the Earth flyby of asteroid 1998 QE2.