NASA and its industry partners successfully demonstrated a new sensor technology that will make it easier and safer for spacecraft to rendezvous and dock to the International Space Station.
Engineers have conducted a fuel tank check of one of NASA's GRAIL mission spacecraft, scheduled for launch in 2011.
Engineers at Kennedy Space Center have updated the communications backpack for this year's research in the Arizona desert.
These mosaics cover from 70° to the pole for both the north and south polar regions.
Workers at NASA's Deep Space Network complex in Goldstone, Calif., are making progress on a major renovation on the 70-meter-wide "Mars antenna."
The managers for the Ares I-X flight test detailed how what the launch told them about their design and future rocket plans.
Preparations are under way for the testing of NASA's next-generation, five-segment solid rocket development motor, or DM-2, in September.
More than 200 college and high school students thought of when creating art and design entries to submit to NASA's '2010 Life and Work on the Moon Art and Design Contest.'
First identified by astronomers during the Renaissance, the Reiner Gamma formation has been the subject of scientific study and a target for future human lunar exploration.
NASA Radar returns first high-resolution view of an unusual crater near Moon’s north pole