One hundred years ago Glenn H. Curtiss flew from Cedar Point to Euclid Beach in an hour and forty-two minutes.
This year, Houston’s Mayor Annise Parker recommended that the NASA workforce receive the city's annual Spirit of Houston Award.
The summer may end but its memories will last forever, a sentiment shared at a farewell commencement last week at Ames Research Center.
A longtime engineer for the Hubble Space Telescope received knighthood from Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands in June.
Summer interns from Goddard's Lunar and Planetary Science Academy investigate the persistent question of how these rocks big and small move across two flats in Death Valley.
Eight high school students who participated in the INSPIRE internship program at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center this summer learned first-hand about the start-to-finish process of flight testing experimental aircraft.
The "Hubble Gotchu!" guy, famous for his sketches on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" paid NASA a visit last month. The resulting video aired last night!
Eighty years ago the first man to walk on the moon was born. See who it was and read other historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
When Delta Flight 191 crashed in Dallas, Tex., in early Aug. 1985 killing 135 people, it sparked a government-industry-academia partnership that resulted in many technologies that have virtually eliminated wind shear accidents today.
The National Air and Space Museum has been the repository for many historically significant NASA artifacts and it received a unique new addition this July.