NASA astronaut John Grunsfeld spent a whirlwind two days in Chicago talking to kids and the public about the importance of space exploration.
One hundred years ago the Army bought its first airplane from the Wright brothers. Read more historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
Sam Katzoff's career began during the Great Depression; his legacy includes setting the standard for technical reporting at NASA.
NASA astronaut Robert Shane Kimbrough had two dreams growing up as a child; to be an astronaut and to play baseball.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and Deputy Administrator Lori Garver addressed a standing-room-only crowd at NASA Langley on Wednesday.
Oceanographer Gene Feldman has studied the Galapagos Islands for 25 years. This summer, he visits them for the first time.
If you have ever looked up the "where," "when" or "what type" for an eclipse, you may be familiar with Fred Espenak, better known as "Mr. Eclipse."
NASA and Google announced the launch of an interactive, 3D atlas of the moon, viewable with Google Earth.
NASA's LRO spacecraft has returned images of five of the six Apollo moon landing sites.
NASA's Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base (renamed the Dryden Flight Research Center) made a number of contributions to the Apollo space program.