Michael Duncan and others at NASA who assisted in the rescue of the Chilean miners were selected as finalists for a Service to America Medal.
NASA Chief Technologist Bobby Braun visited Colorado last week, meeting with state officials, industry leaders and university faculty and students.
Thirteen Ames employees, including eight from the Space Biosciences Division, recently received the prestigious 2010 Silver Snoopy award for their outstanding work and professional dedication.
The director of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Charles Elachi, is receiving multiple awards and honors this year in the United States and overseas.
NASA is recognizing Christopher C. Kraft, Jr., America's first human space mission flight director, by naming the Mission Control Center in his honor.
It was 30 years ago this week that NASA ushered in a new era of spaceflight with the inaugural launch of space shuttle Columbia on April 12, 1981.
Nobel Prize winner Dr. Baruch "Barry" Blumberg, who served as the first director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute at NASA's Ames Research Center, suffered an apparent heart attack while attending a conference at Ames on Tuesday, April 5. He was 85.
NASA announces the 2011 Carl Sagan Fellowships, created to inspire the next generation of explorers seeking to learn more about planets, and possibly life, around other stars.
NASA's message to students: do and be anything you want.
Classrooms are invited to submit questions about the mission. Selected questions will be asked on NASA TV.