06.14.12 - Unlike what Hollywood may portray, the reality of current robotics isn't sinister, emotional or out for world domination.
06.14.12 - The first instrument that will fly aboard NASA's JWST has been delivered to Goddard. The Mid-Infrared Instrument will allow scientists to study cold and distant objects in greater detail.
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06.06.12 - Earlier this year, NASA completed deep-freeze tests on the James Webb Space Telescope mirrors in a "shroud" at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
06.06.12 - The Young-Crippen Firing Room used to oversee the liftoff of Apollo and space shuttle missions has been modernized for the next generation of launchers and spacecraft.
06.04.12 - A kitchen gadget has partly inspired an emerging technology that could answer questions about our sun.
06.01.12 - An innovative manufacturing technique new to spacecraft can reduce welding requirements and save materials.
05.23.12 - A team of scientists at Goddard is developing an instrument that would image and characterize planets beyond the solar system possibly from a high-altitude balloon.
05.24.12 - Engineers are trying out a temporary clean room that works by blowing filtered air over the spacecraft and doesn't need a ceiling.
05.21.12 - The pair of flux gate magnetometers measures the magnetic field at the location of the spacecraft. This instrument will help understand how the solar wind interacts with the planet’s atmosphere.