01.12.06 - Administrator Griffin will meet with media covering the New Horizons launch at Kennedy Space Center from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. EST, Tuesday, Jan. 17.
01.06.06 - NASA researchers will present findings at the American Astronomical Society meeting in Washington Jan. 8 - 12.
01.05.06 - Sound bites about the legacy of Topex/Poseidon, an Earth-observing mission that has concluded a 13-year stint measuring changes in sea surface height and heat storage in oceans.
12.21.05 - Mission scientists discuss the Jan. 15, 2006, return of particles from Comet Wild-2 on NASA's Stardust spacecraft.
12.21.05 - Dr. Don Brownlee, University of Washington, Seattle, principal investigator for NASA's Stardust mission, discusses the sample return of the Stardust mission.
12.05.05 - The twin rovers are celebrating an anniversary -- one full Martian year of exploration. Listen to rover scientist Dr. Steve Squyres.
12.02.05 - NASA researchers will present research findings and meet with the media.› AGU Tip Sheet
11.29.05 - Dr. Squyres and 59 other scientists have published eight new papers in the journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters, discussing what Opportunity has found in the Meridiani Planum region on Mars.
10.21.05 - Transition to be complete by Oct. 25.
09.19.05 - NASA Administrator Mike Griffin announces the results of the Exploration Systems Architecture Study.› View Transcript (95 Kb PDF)
09.09.05 - NASA Administrator Mike Griffin discusses Hurricane Katrina and other topics with employees.› View Transcript (80 Kb PDF)
09.09.05 - Bill Parsons and William Gerstenmaier discuss Hurricane Katrina's impact on NASA Facilities in the Gulf Coast region.› View Transcript (111 Kb PDF)
08.17.05 - Complete findings of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group.› View Final Report (4.9 Mb PDF)
08.11.05› Foam Loss Locations (JPG)
07.12.05 - Stay abreast of the latest information on the Space Shuttle Discovery's STS-114 mission.› View Site
06.28.05 - "Following a safe return to flight, we will turn our sights to the construction of the International Space Station and, after its completion, the retirement of the Space Shuttle by 2010."› View Statement (44 Kb PDF)
05.18.05 - Administrator Mike Griffin testifies about the future of the Space Shuttle and development of the Crew Exploration Vehicle before the Science and Space Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.› Statement (490Kb PDF)
05.12.05 - Administrator Mike Griffin testifies before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice and Science.› Statement (96 K PDF)
04.29.05 - Space Operations managers Bill Parsons, Wayne Hale and William Gerstenmaier discuss the shift to the July launch window for STS-114.
04.29.05 - NASA Administrator Michael Griffin and Space Operations AA William F. Readdy discuss the shift to the July launch window for STS-114.