Chandra spies a bright superbubble in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small satellite galaxy of the Milky Way about 160,000 light years from Earth.
The "Mighty Eagle," a robotic prototype lander, sailed to an altitude of 100 feet during another successful free flight Aug. 28.› Photo 1
Tannen VanZwieten has received a Federal Women's Program 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
Carolyn Lundy has received a Federal Women's Program 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
Peggy Hueter has received a Federal Women's Program 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
Barbara Feaster has received a Federal Women's Program 2011 Outstanding Achievement Award from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center.
The 70-metric-ton configuration of the SLS rocket, designed to carry the Orion spacecraft, is tested in the Trisonic Wind Tunnel at the Marshall Center.› Feature with Related Photos
NASA's "Mighty Eagle" successfully found its target during a 32-second free flight Aug. 16 at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.› Photo 1
NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory views stars forming in the Phoenix Cluster at the highest rate ever observed for the middle of a galaxy cluster.
The "Mighty Eagle," a NASA robotic prototype lander, is soaring high again for a series of tests being conducted at the Marshall Center.› Photo
NASA summer interns are a special breed: disciplined, inquisitive, career-oriented. For Jesus Trillo, that's an understatement.
Astronomers have used NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to make the first detection of X-rays emitted by debris from a supernova discovered in 1957.
An artist rendering of the various configurations of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS), managed by the Marshall Space Flight Center.› View 70t configuration
As Olympic athletes converge on London with dreams of winning gold, NASA is also setting J-2X testing records.› View Video
Marshall engineer Dr. Morgan Abney is among those honored with the 2012 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
NASA's High Resolution Coronal Imager satellite, or Hi-C, has captured the highest-resolution ultraviolet images ever taken of the sun's corona.
A remote-controlled Earth-observing camera system called ISERV will be launched to the International Space Station this week.
Jessica Gaskin and Steve Christe and their team are undertaking the work of "HEROES" -- building, testing and launching a complex X-ray telescope.
An innovative NASA solar/space imaging project has received the agency's Hands-On Project Experience Training Opportunity award.
NASA engineers conducted a 550-second test of the new J-2X rocket engine at Stennis Space Center in Mississippi on July 13.› View Alternate Photo