12.12.07 - Aeronautics engineer Richard T. Whitcomb will be inducted into the Paul E. Garber First Flight Shrine at the Wright Brothers National Memorial visitors center on Dec. 17.
12.11.07 - A NASA engineer who flew in a plane that was struck by lightning hundreds of times will be featured on the ABC News 20/20 Friday, Dec. 14, at 10 p.m. EST.
11.29.07 - Conservators Eric Nordgren and Susanne Grieve will speak on the restoration of the USS Monitor in a colloquium lecture on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
11.27.07 - A new aeronautics competition encourages high school and college students to share their ideas of future aircraft with NASA.
11.20.07 - On Tuesday, Nov. 27, representatives from NASA will spend the day with students and teachers of Lebanon Middle School.
11.14.07 - Lynchburg, Va., native and former NASA Langley Research Center chemist Leland Melvin is a mission specialist on the crew of STS-122.
11.06.07 - On Tuesday, Nov. 13, representatives from NASA will spend the day with students and teachers of John B. Cary Elementary.
11.05.07 - On Thursday, Nov. 8, representatives from NASA will spend the day with students and teachers of Piedmont Elementary in Charleston, West Virginia.
10.31.07 - NASA's first Nobel Prize winner, John Mather, will speak on the history and future of the universe on Nov. 6.
10.29.07 - NASA Langley Director Lesa Roe will be available to discuss Langley's Constellation work assignments with reporters after they are announced by NASA Headquarters.
10.25.07 - On Thursday, Nov. 1, representatives from NASA will spend the day with students and teachers of South Carolina's St. Stephen Elementary.
10.24.07 - NASA Langley 90th anniversary Open House -- Oct. 27, 2007, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
10.17.07 - NASA Langley's first open house in six years will be Oct. 27, 2007, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
10.15.07 - NASA has selected Piedmont Elementary School in Charleston, West Va., to fly a student-designed experiment aboard the agency's reduced gravity aircraft.
09.27.07 - NASA has selected Science Applications International Corporation, San Diego, Calif., to provide comprehensive environmental support services to NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va.
09.27.07 - Dr. Joel Levine, senior research scientist at NASA Langley, spent about five years of his career studying the founding documents of our Nation.
09.26.07 - A look ahead at upcoming story opportunities for the remainder of 2007.
09.21.07 - A NASA Langley Research Center employee will be recognized as a distinguished alumnus at the University of Missouri-St. Louis' 16th Annual Founders Dinner on Sept. 25.
09.20.07 - NASA Langley Research Center and the Tidewater Chapter of Sigma Xi are hosting a series of "Science Cafes" beginning Sept. 22 with "Renewable Energy and Alternative Fuels."
09.06.07 - Roger Mann, director for research and advisory services for the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, will address the effects of climate changes on Tues., Sept. 11.
08.30.07 - Astronaut Patrick Forrester will return the 400-year-old 'YAMES TOWNE' cargo tag artifact to Historic Jamestowne after a six-million-mile trip on space shuttle Atlantis.
08.23.07 - A new NASA contest encourages university art and design students to partner with science and engineering departments to create art representative of living and working on the moon.
08.16.07 - An aeronautics competition for high school and college students during the 2007-2008 academic year asks students to write an essay on, or design, a next generation aircraft that could join the commercial fleet in 2058.
08.08.07 - Dr. David E. Bowles will manage and direct Langley's role in space flight projects and development and research.
07.27.07 - Members of the news media are invited to participate in a briefing on NASA's Phoenix Mission to Mars on July 31.
07.27.07 - NASA prepares a workshop to show teachers how authentic scientific research data looks and fits into the big picture.
07.26.07 - Shannon Kondos has teamed up with NASA Langley Research Center to provide observations that will validate satellite instruments.
07.12.07 - Media are invited to an Exploration Media Day at NASA's Langley Research Center on July 18.
06.28.07 - Nineteen elementary and middle school teachers and administrators from Richmond, Va., just completed a one week workshop at NASA Langley.
06.25.07 - Nineteen elementary and middle school teachers and administrators from Richmond, Va., just completed a one week workshop at NASA Langley.
06.05.07 - A small piece of early American history will become the latest space traveler with the lift-off of NASA'S space shuttle Atlantis.
04.25.07 - NASA newest interactive exhibit -- the "Vision for Space Exploration Experience" -- will tour select cities, making three stops in Virginia.
04.23.07 - Upcoming story opportunities at NASA Langley Research Center.
04.12.07 - NASA structural engineer Evan J. Horowitz trains future Leader Dogs for the Blind.
04.11.07 - Educator Astronaut Joe Acaba will host the "STS-118 Relay Rally" -- a virtual tour of NASA's ten field centers -- April 19 and 20.
04.05.07 - Berrien Moore will speak on "Humans and the Global Carbon Cycle: A Faustian Bargain?" on Tuesday, April 10, at 2 p.m.
03.06.07 - A Mars exploration program based on a series of rapid-response, low-cost science-driven missions has a new program scientist.
03.01.07 - Sixty-six high school teams and their robots converge on Richmond, Va., to compete in a FIRST Robotics regional competition.
02.17.07 - NASA moved the Apollo 1 capsule and related materials to a newer, environmentally-controlled warehouse on Saturday, Feb. 17.
02.08.07 - NASA has selected Northwoods Park Middle School, in Jacksonville, N.C., to fly their school's experiment aboard its reduced gravity aircraft.
02.07.07 - Former Astronaut Bernard Harris Jr. will kick off the 12th Annual Pre-Service Teacher Conference Feb. 15-17 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, in Alexandria, Va.
02.05.07 - A look ahead at the coming year at NASA Langley.
02.01.07 - NASA selects K. W. Barrett Elementary School, from Arlington, Va., to fly their experiment aboard the 'Weightless Wonder.'
01.31.07 - NASA will fly a nearly 400-year-old artifact unearthed at the site of the first permanent English settlement in the Americas aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis in March.
01.08.07 - The NASA Engineering and Safety Center will sponsor a Lunar Dust Workshop Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 at the NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
01.03.07 - Dr. James Filliben will discuss the Congressionally-mandated investigation and statistical analysis of the World Trade Center disaster Jan. 4.
01.03.07 - Langley Research Center is once again opening its gates to select college students for a chance at hands-on research and face-to-face interaction with NASA scientists and engineers.