11.10.10 - A successful test firing was conducted of the liquid-fuel AJ26 engine that will power the first stage of the Taurus II space launch vehicle.
11.09.10 - NASA was awarded five R&D 100 Awards in 2010. NASA's Glenn Research Center and NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston were recognized.
11.03.10 - As scientists and engineers work to make the telescope a reality, they wonder what sights the largest space-based observatory will reveal.
11.01.10 - The seven-month upgrade to the historic "Mars antenna" at NASA's Deep Space Network site in Goldstone, Calif. has been completed.
10.27.10 - An all-female student robotics team, led by JPL scientists and engineers, is recognized by President Obama for winning the prestigious FIRST Tech Challenge Inspire award.
10.25.10 - Six months after her boat was damaged in a storm, Abby Sunderland got to meet the NASA team that developed technology used to save her life.
10.22.10 - NASA researchers are using their Solar Thermal Test Facility to simulate some of the harshest conditions space has to offer.
10.14.10 - NASA software used to enhance Earth science imagery could one day aid in the interpretation of mammograms, ultrasounds and other medical imagery.
10.08.10 - NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has successfully completed a series of tests that validate the telescope's sunshield design.
09.27.2010 - NASA sponsored a series of flights during the week of Sept. 27, 2010 for testing technologies in reduced-gravity conditions. This unique flight opportunity conducted at Ellington Field in Houston, TX was the third year for NASA's Facilitated Access to the Space Environment for Technology (FAST) program.