Guenter Wendt, who was often the last person astronauts saw before heading into space, died at age 85.
Which NASA facility sits on land that was once owned by someone who signed the Declaration of Independence?
It’s comforting to know that when you board a commercial airline Ames Researcher Ashok Srivastava is working to ensure that you enjoy a safe flight.
President Barack Obama spoke about his plans to overhaul NASA's human space exploration goals and program during an addess at Kennedy Space Center.
In 1959, NASA's new Transonic Dynamics Tunnel helped Lockheed solve the mystery of what was causing their brand new turboprop aircraft to fall out of the sky.
Business and government alike depend on GPS devices to determine location, time, and velocity. NASA engineers have found a way to improve their accuracy.
At NASA Goddard, graduate students are on the front lines of technology development, adjusting lasers and mirrors and spending long hours at computer terminals.
In 1928, Elinor Smith, then 16, earned national recognition as the youngest pilot to receive a license from the Federal Aviation Administration. Orville Wright signed her license.
Houston. It was the first word from the moon, and the city has served as the home of Mission Control and the nation’s human spaceflight program for more than 40 years. But even though Houston has been the home of NASA's astronaut corps for decades, the city has never had a hometown astronaut -- until now.
Forty-five years ago, a 27-year old Heinz Erzberger arrived at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif. armed with a new doctorate in mathematics and engineering.