NASA has performed a trial rocket sled test to replicate the forces a supersonic spacecraft would experience prior to landing.
The Game Changing Technology Program’s Composite Cryotank Technology is lighter and cheaper than the current state-of-the-art.
A rocket launched by one of NASA’s Flight Opportunities Program suborbital launch providers reached 385,000 feet altitude during a flight that carried a small NASA payload.
USC Professor’s visionary concept for automated construction technology to efficiently build habitat and infrastructure on the moon.
Demonstrating the ways technologies originally developed for NASA missions have come back down to Earth to improve our daily lives.
NASA CTO Mason Peck delivers opening remarks at the Association of University Technology Managers annual meeting.
In February, NASA announced its fiscal year 2013 budget request, a blueprint sustaining an ambitious program of space exploration.
Current NIAC Fellows will attend and give presentations about their Phase I research.
While Robonaut has been busy testing its technology aboard station, NASA and GM have been working together to find new uses of those technologies.
NASA Chief Technologist Mason Peck visited the CFD Research Corporation on March 8, 2012.