Can we reduce airplane accidents by monitoring pilots' brains? Glenn researchers are running tests to find out.› View Flash Video | › Read More
02.02.09 - Twenty-five years ago American astronauts performed the first untethered excursions. Read more historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
01.09.09 - Five years ago NASA's Stardust spacecraft navigated through a cloud of ice and dust to return images of comet Wild 2. Read more historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
12.16.08 - Girl Scouts in Ohio and Illinois used images from NASA's online image galleries as their inspiration to write poems.
12.10.08 - When Erwin Zaretsky interviewed with NACA in Cleveland in 1957, he was looking for a temporary position. More than 50 years later, he's a NASA Glenn chief engineer.
12.03.08 - Forty years ago the crew of Apollo 8 transmitted the first image of Earth from space. Read more historical facts in This Month in Exploration.
11.26.08 - Advanced technology could help pilots when they are operating under dangerous levels of stress, fatigue and distraction.› Read Blog → | › View Flash Video
After his father had cataract surgery, a NASA Glenn engineer invented a noninvasive method of detecting the disease before surgery becomes necessary.› Download vodcast | › Read Press Release
11.14.08 - Earl Hanes started to work at NASA through the apprentice program in 1953. Today he's doing research that will send us back to the moon.
11.13.08 - When Space Shuttle Endeavour launches on its journey to the International Space Station Friday, it will carry two major pieces of space hardware designed, built and tested at NASA's Glenn Research Center.