12.24.09 - Stan Lebar, who led the Westinghouse team that brought the televised news images of Neil Armstrong stepping onto the moon to more than 500 million people on earth, died on Dec. 23, 2009.
12.23.09 - Astronomers using the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii have measured the properties of a young solar system at distances closer to the star than Venus is from our sun.
12.18.09 - GOES- P Satellite Arrives At Kennedy For Final Prelaunch Testing
12.18.09 - Laurie Leshin has been named the new deputy associate administrator of the Exploration Systems Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters, effective in January.
12.17.09 - Observations from THEMIS and all-sky cameras show that disparate auroral phenomena are actually connected.
12.15.09 - NASA is unveiling the latest results from LRO at the American Geophysical Union conference in San Francisco.
12.15.09 - NASA's Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) satellite has captured five complete polar seasons of noctilucent (NLC) or 'night-shining' clouds with an unprecedented horizontal resolution of 3 miles by 3 miles.
12.14.09 - Soot and dust collecting on the Himayalans contribute as much or more to atmospheric warming than greenhouse gases.
12.14.09 - NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver awarded Exceptional Bravery Medals to Jeff Stewart and Perry Wagner both from Goddard for saving the life of a colleague at Langley.
12.10.09 - Studies of one of the galaxy's most active black-hole binaries reveal a dramatic change that will help scientists better understand how these systems expel fast-moving particle jets.