NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility launched new rocket technologies with a NASA suborbital sounding rocket mission launched on September 21.
A three-stage Black Brant X suborbital sounding rocket launched August 4 from NASA’s launch range at the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility has been awarded the highest environmental recognition within the Commonwealth of Virginia for programs protecting the area’s natural resources.
University students and professors from across the country and Puerto Rico will converge on NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia this month to learn how to build small experiments that can be launched on sounding rockets. This is part of a week-long workshop, known as RockOn!, that begins June 19.
A NASA-sponsored balloon suffered a mishap during launch on April 28 at the Alice Springs Balloon Launching Center, near the town of Alice Springs, Australia.
On March 27, a Terrier Improved Malemute Sounding Rocket was launched carrying cubesats for university students.
A public meeting is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m., March 16, at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility Visitor Center on the agency’s proposed Shoreline Restoration and Infrastructure Protection Program on Wallops Island.
NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia is hosting the RockOn! 2010 workshop June 19-24 in partnership with the Colorado and Virginia Space Grant Consortia. Registrations for the 2010 workshop are being accepted through March 22.
The public is invited to explore the Earth’s changing polar regions during the first Science on Shore program at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 23, at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility’s Visitor Center.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden has named William Wrobel as director of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, Va.
NASA is accepting applications from students at U.S. colleges and universities who want to send their experiments to the edge of space on a high-flying scientific balloon.
Operation Ice Bridge is a six-year campaign of annual flights to each of Earth's polar regions.
NASA has selected nine scientific teams to work on future high-altitude balloon and sounding rocket payloads. The selected proposals address a wide range of astrophysical mysteries from dark matter and cosmic-ray antiprotons to studies of galaxy clusters and supernova remnants.
A rocket experiment that may shed light on the highest clouds in the Earth’s atmosphere was conducted from Wallops Flight Facility on Sept. 19, 2009.
A successful NASA flight test Monday demonstrated how a spacecraft returning to Earth can use an inflatable heat shield to slow and protect itself as it enters the atmosphere at hypersonic speeds.
The Max Launch Abort System was successfully tested in a simulated pad abort test at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility.› More on MLAS
Three NASA scientific balloons carrying space science experiments were simultaneously afloat over the Northern Hemisphere on June 8 and 9
NASA'S Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia was the site of the TacSat-3 launch.
NASA scientists and crew embark this week on a month-long airborne campaign to Greenland, where they will make flights on an airborne science laboratory to learn about the ongoing changes to the region's snow and ice.
“Frozen,” a 12-minute movie about Earth’s changing ice and snow cover as captured by NASA spacecraft, premieres March 27 at the NASA Visitor Center.