11.30.12 - Physicists working on a sensor to gauge lunar dust found out it could aid weather forecasting on Earth, too.
11.30.12 - Over the past year Howard G. Levine, Ph.D., a NASA scientist at the Kennedy Space Center, has led one of the preeminent microgravity research organizations in the United States.
11.29.12 - After two successful years of on-orbit operations, NASA's Fast, Affordable, Science and Technology Satellite, or FASTSAT, mission is coming to an end.
11.27.12 - It’s a digital world. Or is it? NASA technologist Jonathan Pellish isn’t convinced. In fact, he believes a computing technology of yesteryear could potentially revolutionize everything.
11.26.12 - "I have seen wonders beyond description," said Boston, a professor of cave and karst science at New Mexico Tech, during her keynote address Nov. 14 at the NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Fall Symposium in Hampton, Va.
11.20.12 - Outgassing isn’t healthy for humans or satellite instruments but a NASA team has created a new way to protect those instruments from its ill effects.
11.16.12 - A remote sensing instrument that will peer into the ultraviolet to offer clues to how Mars might have lost its atmosphere arrived at Lockheed Martin for integration into NASA's MAVEN spacecraft.
11.16.12 - While we invest in space technology for science, it advances our economy and paves the way to an innovative future.
11.16.12 - Kennedy Space Center's future is not limited to space thanks to a technical, engineering and scientific infrastructure.
11.15.12 - The hunt for the organic molecules that create proteins and enzymes critical for life here on Earth has largely happened in sophisticated terrestrial laboratories equipped with high-tech gadgetry needed to tease out their pre