09.28.09 - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, September 28 at 1 p.m. EDT for NASA employees to mark the opening of its newest building.
09.24.09 - Astronomers using the twin 10-meter telescopes at the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii have explored one of the most compact dust disks ever resolved around another star.
09.24.09 - Researchers have used NASA's ICESat to compose the most comprehensive picture of changing glaciers along the coast of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets.
09.24.09 - The laser ranging effort to track the LRO spacecraft produces distance measurements accurate to within about four inches over nearly 250,000 miles.
09.23.09 - Locusts are normally docile creatures that prefer solitary lives. But sometimes, when patches of green begin to dot dry landscapes, something extraordinary can happen.
09.23.09 - Researchers at NASA Goddard are developing a transparent coating that prevents dirt from sticking in the same way a lotus plant sheds water. It could be applied to car windshields, camera lenses, and eyeglasses — almost anywhere a need exists to repel dirt.
09.23.09 - A new NASA podcast series spotlights scientific advances in monitoring agricultural production and landscape changes that affect the sustainability of the world's food supply.
09.22.09 - The huge assembly standing in Northrop Grumman's high bay looks a lot like NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, but it's an impostor.
09.22.09 - To monitor energetic solar photons, NASA is going to launch a sensor named "EVE," short for EUV Variability Experiment, onboard SDO this winter.
09.21.09 - Google Earth – the digital globe on which computer users fly around the planet and zoom in on key features – is attracting scientists' attention and aiding public communication about carbon dioxide.