NASA's IRIS spacecraft will use an ultraviolet telescope to look at a small area of the sun to answer detailed questions about the way the sun's chromosphere acts.
Four tiny spacecraft soared over the California desert June 15 in a high-altitude demonstration flight.
NASA's Commercial Crew Program partners shared plans to launch U.S. astronauts to low-Earth orbit from Space Coast during a National Space Club meeting in Cape Canaveral, Fla.
NASA Launch Vehicle Systems lead Henry May is working with companies who are designing transportation for astronauts to the International Space Station.
Advances in robotics and remote manufacturing offer tantalizing prospects for designers as they map out ways to explore and use resources in the solar system.
Astronaut Dan Burbank recently returned to the Kennedy Space Center and spoke about his experiences during five months aboard the International Space Station.
A pair of NASA's young professionals took part in the final "Masters with Masters" interviews at Kennedy to share views on adapting to the agency.
Weekend launch in Mojave, Calif., will evaluate sensors and systems in satellites built into 4-inch cubes.
Overcoming challenges and displaying teamwork were part of NASA’s Fourth Annual Robotic Mining Competition, coordinated by Kennedy Space Center’s Education Office.
NASA has entered into a partnership agreement with Craig Technologies to maintain an inventory of unique processing and manufacturing equipment for future mission support at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
NASA Associate Administrator Robert Lightfoot reported on the space agency's current and future initiatives during an employee briefing on June 4.
The Swamp Works laboratory at Kennedy embraces the need to experiment and make mistakes to push technologies forward.
The Boeing Company recently performed wind tunnel testing of its CST-100 spacecraft and integrated launch vehicle, the United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket.
Rocket University engineers are developing fast-track projects to imporve skills needed to help design flight systems of the future.
Lockheed Martin engineers and technicians recently completed a series of pyrotechnic bolt tests on the Orion ground test vehicle.
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer visited Langley's Cockpit Motion Facility in May to fly simulated Sierra Nevada Corporation Dream Chaser landings.
A discussion by Kennedy's director and the shuttle's launch director centered on aspects of managing transitions at the Florida center.
Managers of NASA's Commercial Crew Program discussed the decisions and approach taken to fuel private interest in human spaceflight.
Upgraded mobile launcher will carry the Space Launch System heavy-lift vehicle to the launch pad.
SNC's Dream Chaser test flight craft arrived at NASA Dryden to begin tests of its flight and runway landing systems while NASA astronauts will be at Langley to fly simulations of a Dream Chaser approach and landing.