The Payload Operations Center at the Marshall Center is celebrating a decade of round-the-clock support to the International Space Station.
It may seem illogical, but boiling is an efficient way to cool engineering components and systems used in extreme space environments.
Explore NASA as never before with 3DV, using the latest technology that allows you have a virtual reality experience on your desktop.
NASA's dexterous humanoid robot made its TV debut on Super Bowl Sunday. Robonaut is set to launch to the space station aboard space shuttle Discovery.
NASA recently gave students the opportunity to test education applications developed with video gaming technology.
Mission X is an international educational challenge focusing on fitness and nutrition. Follow teams, download activities, and learn about spaceflight!
How long is a minute? It is longer than you think when it is filled with fire, steam and noise -- lots of noise.
On Dec. 8, the first SpaceX Falcon 9 demonstration for NASA's COTS program launched successfully, and splashed down safely in the Pacific Ocean.
NASA engineer develops nanotechnology to help make the invisible, visible.
Help NASA EDGE win this prestigious podcast award by voting for NASA EDGE in the Best Video Podcast category. Voting ends Dec 15!
Join HRP at the 18th IAA Humans in Space Symposium in Houston, Texas, April 11-15, 2011. The theme of the symposium is “Integration and Cooperation in the Next Golden Age of Human Space Flight”.
A successful test firing was conducted of the liquid-fuel AJ26 engine that will power the first stage of the Taurus II space launch vehicle.
It's not science fiction - Robonaut is headed to space on the shuttle Discovery. Learn more, test your space IQ, or interact using augmented reality.
Support from LRO was critical to LCROSS's mission to search the moon's polar regions for evidence of water.