06.20.11 - NASA's largest supercomputer is seventh on the TOP500 list of the world's most powerful, high-performance computers. The announcement was made at the 26th International Supercomputing Conference in Hamburg, Germany.
06.17.11 - The health of the spacecraft and photometer, the instrument used to measure changes in the brightness of distant stars, is excellent.
06.14.11 - Paul Espinosa was recognized by NASA’s Space Flight Awareness Program for outstanding support of human space flight.
06.16.11 - News media are invited to attend a tribute celebrating the life of Baruch "Barry" Blumberg, the first director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute.
06.13.11 - NASA is providing a two-week summer training camp in Astrobiology to engage and motivate teenage high school students.
06.03.11 - Imaging experts located at NASA's Ames Research Center captured and composited still images and video of the last launch of Endeavour.
05.26.11 - A team of NASA-funded researchers has measured for the first time water from the moon in the form of tiny globules of molten rock, which have turned to glass-like material trapped within crystals.
05.25.11 - This year’s recipient of the prestigious Darwin-Wallace Medal is James A. Lake, professor of molecular, cell, and developmental biology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and a researcher with NASA’s Astrobiology Program.
05.25.11 - Space scientists working to solve one cosmic mystery at NASA's Ames Research Center now have the capability to better understand unidentified matter in deep space.
New findings from NASA's Kepler mission were presented at the 218th American Astronomical Society meeting.
05.24.11 - The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) program will showcase its science and education efforts to journalists on June 8, 2011. The event will be held at NASA’s Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale, Calif.
05.23.11 - Weather permitting, San Francisco Bay Area residents will have two good opportunities to see the International Space Station and space shuttle Endeavour during its final flight as they pass overhead May 27 and May 29.
05.20.11 - "Bring It Back," a small and inexpensive microgravity spaceflight kit, has won the do-it-yourself technology and education space competition sponsored by NASA and MAKE Magazine.
05.16.11 - Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Silicon Valley, in conjunction with the California Fire Chiefs Association, Communications Section and the California Emergency Management Agency, will host the second annual disaster management workshop and vehicle road rally to showcase new technologies for improving mobile emergency communication, May 22-23, 2011.
05.13.11 - NASA has selected 16 payloads for flights on the commercial Zero-G parabolic aircraft and two suborbital reusable launch vehicles as part of the agency's Flight Opportunities Program.
05.13.11 - More than 11,000 students and their robots recently competed and earned honors for design excellence, competitive play, teamwork and partnerships.
05.10.11 - NASA has selected six teachers to work with scientists aboard the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) during research flights in May and June.
05.06.11 - NASA invites the public to join an online video chat about viewing the infrared universe with the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA).
05.09.11 - NASA’s Space Flight Awareness Program recently recognized three NASA Ames Research Center employees for their outstanding support of human space flight.
05.06.11 - What on Earth are the clues NASA scientists use to help them deduce that there may be life on other planets?