Using photons from the sun to push a craft through space.
Will eventually power interplanetary missions!
Sir Richard Branson wants his tourist spaceship also to become a high-altitude science platform.
NASA engineers are chipping away at how best to lower the cost of their satellites — and one off-the-shelf answer is by using smartphone electronics.
The 57 pound, 10 joint exoskeleton resembles a real life Iron Man suit, capable of increasing a humans own physical abilities.
Deep-space data travels in the form of radio waves that need a global network of huge tracking antennas to catch their digital whispering.
A government-industry team including engineers from government research facilities in Ohio will be testing a space propellant researchers say would be safer and more efficient than toxic fuel now powering satellite and spacecraft thrusters.
A satellite that uses a cell phone as a central processor.
Braun, former chief technologist at NASA, shared some optimism Nov. 2 during the inaugural lecture for the National Institute of Aerospace's 10th anniversary lecture series.
NASA will showcase its best developments in its Space Technology Program November 28-30 at NASA Technology Days, held at Cleveland Public Auditorium.