03.14.08 - Workers simulate a harsh "lunar" landscape in preparation for NASA's 15th Annual Great Moonbuggy Race in Huntsville, Ala., April 4-5.
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02.14.08 - Champion swimmer Michael Phelps knows swimsuits. NASA researcher Steve Wilkinson knows drag reduction. Put them together, and you get faster swimsuits.
01.31.08 - For the first time ever, NASA beamed a song -- The Beatles' "Across the Universe" -- directly into deep space. "Well done, NASA!" says Sir Paul McCartney.
01.16.08 - The potential of carbon nanotubes to diagnose and treat brain tumors is being explored through a partnership between NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and City of Hope, a leading cancer research and treatment center.
01.15.08 - NASA unveiled a new book that brings majestic images taken by its Great Observatories to the fingertips of the blind.
01.16.08 - NASA satellite data is being used to pinpoint heart disease, strokes, and other diseases on Earth.
09.20.07 - NASA technology helps keep fruits and veggies clean and safe from germs.
08.21.07 - NASA improves tire deflation techniques, bringing high-speed pursuit to a screeching halt.