NASA engineers at Kennedy branch out to build and fly unmanned aerial vehicle around Kennedy.
Nestled in Silicon Valley, NASA Ames pulsates in research, technology and science. That pulsation is showcased in a special edition of Time.
A total of 559 bicyclists were recently given an opportunity to explore NASA's Kennedy Space Center during the annual Tour de KSC while raising money for charities.
What do Goddard four-year-old pre-schoolers, local middle school students and an amateur radio operator have in common? Unlike most Earthlings, they were able to place an out-of-this-world call to a resident aboard the International Space Station.
Famed pilot and astronaut honored posthumously by the Flight Test Historical Foundation with its Eagle Award for his contributions to flight research.
A Q&A featuring four accomplished women from NASA Ames focusing on their STEM career paths taken from a panel discussion at a local High School.
Scientists aboard NASA's SPURS ocean research cruise and an astronaut aboard the International Space Station shared notes on exploring space and the sea in a very long-distance phone call.
Nobel Laureate John Mather responded to questions on Twitter during a tweet-chat on Tuesday, September 25, 2012.
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.