For a pilot, going to EAA's AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., is like a kid walking into a candy store.
NASA and Administrator Mike Griffin join aviation enthusiasts and aerospace pioneers at EAA AirVenture 2008 in Oshkosh, Wis.
Like a long-necked, yellow carnivore, the crane lunges forward. Its jaws take another bite of metal, and then the crane pulls back so that the jaws can drop their load into a truck.
To most, helicopters and cars aren't that similar. But a NASA researcher has found that some programs used in car crashes apply to helicopters.
Test engineer Mark D'Aprile checks out a small, needle-nosed model of a supersonic jet concept, mounted in the Langley Unitary Wind Tunnel.
Almost anybody who has traveled on a plane lately would probably agree flying isn't what it used to be..
Richard Whitcomb's intellectual fingerprints are on virtually every commercial aircraft flying today, says noted aviation historian Tom Crouch.
NASA's Bruce Fisher flew in a plane that was struck by lightning more than 700 times ... on purpose.
Time Magazine hailed the X-48B Blended Wing Body aircraft for its innovative design and potential to transform air transportation.
This 10-minute video highlights July 2007 flight tests of the X-48B "Skyray 48" at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.› View This Video