Richard T. Whitcomb, whose legendary NASA research contributions helped make supersonic flight a reality, will join the National Aviation Hall of Fame Oct. 6, 2012.
Protecting a pilot or astronaut from sudden changes in pressure requires a suit designed, tested and sewn to perfection.
The New Logistics facility at NASA Goddard, called Building 35, will replace aging Building 16W.
Former Apollo astronauts, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, and other dignitaries gathered at Washington's National Cathedral today to pay tribute to Neil Armstrong, the Apollo 11 commander and first man on the moon, who died on August 25.
Neil Armstrong is being hailed as one of the greatest heroes of America's efforts to explore.
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden takes media on a tour of Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station facilities on Aug. 23.
Not one, but two nodosaurs passed through the campus of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., between 110 and 112 million years ago.
Failure analysis lab engineers call on technology, smarts and persistance to find out what happened when a launch goes wrong.
This is a limited series of features to introduce some of the many scientists and engineers involved in the MIRI instrument that will fly aboard the James Webb Space Telescope.
Apollo 4 opened an era of exploration from Kennedy Space Center.