NASA's unique Super Guppy transport plane swallows two NASA T-38 aircraft whole on NASA Dryden's back ramp, ferries them to El Paso for disassembly.
The technology to make way for that possibility while making current aircraft systems safer and more reliable is underway today at NASA Dryden.
New quality assurance process and tools are designed to catch counterfeit or sub-standard parts before they put aircraft and flight crews at risk.
An American flag and pins representing NASA and Palmdale that were flown on space shuttle Endeavour's final ferry flight are presented to the city of Palmdale.
NASA's DISCOVER-AQ team completed an intense flight and ground-based air quality research campaign in the San Joaquin Valley of Central California.
Heavily instrumented Falcon jet measures soot, gases streaming from NASA's DC-8 flying laboratory using alternative 50/50 JP8-biofuel mix.
Unique hydrogen-fueled, remotely operated unmanned prototype aircraft aloft for 66 minutes on its second flight over Edwards Air Force Base.
Research activities at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center and test programs at Edwards Air Force Base highlighted at AV Business Outlook Conference.
Data acquisition system developed by New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology would monitor integrity of commercial space vehicle structure.
The first four Airborne Astronomy Ambassador (AAA) educators for 2013 have completed their initial flight on NASA’s SOFIA flying observatory.