08.23.05 - The next mission to the Sun won't just study flares and solar explosions - it will also image them in spectacular 3-D.
04.19.05 - Mike Griffin addresses reporters for the first time as Administrator.
04.18.05 - "Extending Human Presence into the Solar System": 2004 report co-authored by former astronaut Owen K. Garriott, NASA Administrator Michael Griffin and others.
02.18.05 - Updated survey results show how NASA employees view safety and agency culture.› View 1.2 Mb PDF
11.18.04 - NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate hosted agencies from 18 international organizations for a three-day conference on the future of space exploration.› Agenda (31 Kb PDF)
09.08.04 - The Administrator discusses Shuttle Return to Flight efforts with the Senate Committe on Commerce, Science and Transportation.› View in Acrobat PDF (81 Kb)
09.07.04 - The International Space Station media workshop originally scheduled for Monday, Sept. 13, 2004, is postponed.
08.23.04 - View photos, fact sheets and an animation about the Shuttle's External Tank.
07.23.04 - The new Space Station configuration will be completed by the end of the decade.
06.24.04 - This transformation fundamentally restructures NASA's Strategic Enterprises into Mission Directorates to align with the new Vision for Space Exploration.
07.13.04 - Read their recommendations on servicing the Hubble Telescope.
06.16.04 - The panel reports on the new exploration Vision, which calls for human and robotic missions to the Moon, Mars and Beyond.
05.19.04 - The Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group has issued their second interim report.› Visit Web Site →
05.06.04 - NASA introduces the next generation of explorers: two pilots, six mission specialists, and three mission specialist-educators.
04.14.04 - The Administrator addresses the results of an outside survey on the agency's culture, and discusses proposals for change.
04.06.04 - The NASA Shared Services Center (NSSC) will perform a variety of activities currently done at NASA Headquarters and centers.› View Acrobat PDF (78 Kb)
03.12.04 - NASA's spending plan for the current fiscal year, which ends Sept. 30, 2004.
03.11.04 - NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe writes Sen. Barbara Mikulski to outline the reasons for the decision.
03.01.04 - NASA Television will soon switch from an analog signal to a digital signal. Your access to NASA TV content will be impacted by this upgrade in technology, and your ability to see the programming provided by the agency will be affected, unless you have the correct equipment to convert the new digital signal.