01.02.13 - Researchers are compressing trash and testing it for potential uses on deep-space missions.
Ames’ demonstration project to build, launch and fly one of the lowest-cost, easiest-to-build satellites in space.
12.21.12 - Preparations are under way at Kennedy Space Center to support Santa Claus during his annual tour, delivering toys and other presents to children all over the world.
12.21.12 - NASA is working on technology to autonomously land a spacecraft on Moon, Mars or even an asteroid; it's called ALHAT.
12.19.12 - This photo shows the James Webb Space Telescope's 'IEC' all wrapped up in a thermal blanket, and looking like a holiday package at a cleanroom at NASA Goddard.
12.12.12 - Thermal insulation technologies may have applications for future exploration programs and the commercial world.
12.12.12 - NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is getting help transferring innovative space technologies to the marketplace, thanks to a new partnership with Rollins College.
12.05.12 - Tiny sensor -- made of a potentially trailblazing material just one atom thick and heralded as the 'next best thing' since the invention of silicon -- are now being developed to detect trace elements in Earth’s upper atmosphere and structural flaws in spacecraft.
12.03.12 - Engineers got a first-hand look at how the James Webb Space Telescope's sunshield would fold around the observatory while stored in the rocket..
12.03.12 - Researchers are developing a reactor to incinerate garbage in space to produce fuel, air and water.