08.07.06 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin and Secretary of the Air Force Michael Wynne signed a Memorandum of Understanding Monday at a Pentagon ceremony.
07.19.06 - NASA will host a media teleconference on Wednesday, July 26, to discuss a hurricane research field mission in Africa.
Mission managers give a 'go' for a July 4 launch after a day of analysis of a small piece of foam lost from the external tank.› Evening Briefing (Real) →
06.29.06 - NASA managers will host a media teleconference at 9 a.m., EDT Friday, June 30, to discuss the results of Thursday's technical review.
06.21.06 - The ISS crew will receive a new shipment of food, fuel and supplies Monday, June 26, and will host a news conference at 8:54 a.m. EDT Tuesday, June 27.
06.21.06 - The man who will lead Mission Control for Space Shuttle Discovery's upcoming flight will be available for satellite interviews on Wednesday, June 28.
NASA Chief Safety and Mission Assurance Officer Bryan O'Connor and Chief Engineer Chris Scolese issued a statement on the decision to launch the Space Shuttle Discovery in July, despite reservations.› Statement from O'Connor, Scolese
06.13.06 - NASA officials will host a news conference no earlier than 2 p.m. EDT, Saturday, June 17, following a two-day detailed assessment of the readiness of Space Shuttle Discovery for launch.
06.13.06 - A report explains why the Genesis spacecraft's parachute failed to deploy during its return to Earth on Sept. 8, 2004.› Read Report (11.9 Mb PDF)
05.17.06 - The seven-member crew of NASA's next space shuttle flight and Space Shuttle Program managers will participate in a series of media briefings June 8 at the Johnson Space Center, Houston.
06.02.06 - The astronauts and ground crews for Space Shuttle Discovery's upcoming mission, STS-121, will go through a full launch dress rehearsal at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla., June 12-15.
06.07.06 - NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 7, about the discovery of carbon-rich gas around a young star that may be forming terrestrial planets.
05.23.06 - NASA will preview a June 1 spacewalk by the 13th International Space Station crew during a May 30 news conference.
05.23.06 - Interview clips from Voyager project scientist Dr. Ed Stone.
05.19.06 - Wayne Hale talks to reporters about the rollout of Space Shuttle Discovery to Launch Pad 39B
05.16.06 - News media planning to cover NASA's next space shuttle mission must apply for Kennedy Space Center credentials by June 1.
05.15.06 - A summary of findings about why NASA's Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology spacecraft did not complete its mission and collided with the intended rendezvous satellite on April 15, 2005.› View PDF (87 Kb)