The development of the anti-gravity treadmill is a story in itself.
Space agency expects big technology leaps in robotics and energy in effort to build next generation spacecraft.
Spinoffs touch many industries.
Nearly 40 years after Americans last set foot on the moon, a determined band of NASA engineers, undeterred by massive budget cuts and red tape, may have paved the way for a long awaited return to the lunar surface.
Brooklyn resident Ted Southern makes angel wings for Victoria's Secret models, does costumes for Broadway and Hollywood and is now working on NASA's latest spacesuit.
Contrary to popular belief, NASA didn’t invent Tang. But the space agency's contributions to people's everyday lives here on Earth still run wide and deep.
The technology developed by and for NASA to accomplish its bold missions has translated into products and services for the American public, thus benefiting the economy and enhancing our lives.
Talk about crafty: The votes have all been counted in a NASA-sponsored contest to choose the best space-themed craft, and the winner is… a starry table with a secret.
As the space shuttle program winds down, DIYers and tinkerers are commemorating the occasion with their own creations. To inspire the 5.8 million users of Etsy, an e-commerce site focused on homemade goods and original art, NASA hosted a “Space Craft” contest.
If you are anything like me and grew up watching shows like Star Trek and Star Wars than you have some fascination with space. NASA has tapped into that fasicnation with a pair of apps for Android.