10.01.10 - A major instrument due to fly aboard NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is getting its first taste of space in test facilities in the United Kingdom.
09.28.10 - Imagine building a car chassis without a blueprint. That's how a team of Goddard engineers built the structure that will hold James Webb Space Telescope's instruments and processors.
11.10.09 - NASA and the Spaceward Foundation awarded $900,000 to LaserMotive LLC of Seattle, WA for their winning performance in the Power Beaming Challenge competition at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.
09.22.10 - NASA and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have selected 24 high schools to design software to program small satellites aboard the International Space Station.
09.10.10 - A team of rocket scientists developed a plan using emerging technology to build a cutting edge horizontal launcher.
09.08.10 - The Canadian Space Agency has delivered a test unit of the Fine Guidance Sensor to the James Webb Space Telescope to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt.
09.03.10 - Many say playing video games rewires our brains and contributes to attention deficit disorders. What if we could use games to teach us to relax, concentrate and perform better?
09.03.10 - For the first time in nearly 50 years of American human spaceflight, Kennedy Space Center could be at the forefront of designing, developing, demonstrating and flying human-rated vehicles.
09.02.10 - Kennedy Space Center's Launch Equipment Test Facility (LETF) is an engineer's paradise.
08.26.10 - A new Integrated Audio system, which allows astronauts to communicate, is being developed and tested at NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.