NASA EDGE gets a GRIP on tropical storms and hurricane development.
A full-scale mock-up of the Orion launch abort system is traveling from the U.S. Army's White Sands Missile Range to NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
NASA's Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, mission has won Popular Mechanics magazine's 2010 Breakthrough Award for innovation in science and technology.
NASA and the National Space Grant Foundation have selected three university teams as finalists in the X-Hab Academic Innovation Challenge.
With a loud roar and mighty column of flame, NASA and ATK Aerospace Systems successfully tested of the largest, most powerful solid rocket motor designed for flight.
NASA is developing technologies that will allow landing vehicles to automatically identify and navigate to a safe landing site.
When students proposed using ping-pong balls to keep an Orion mockup afloat, NASA engineer David Covington laughed and thought, 'That's the most awesome thing I've heard in a long time!'
Engineers at NASA's Kennedy and Johnson space centers have drawn up plans to get Robonaut into space safely.
NASA invited the public to choose a destination in the plan for the 2010 Desert RATS analog field test. Over 2,500 people voted, and the winning location "F" received a 67% positive vote.
Engineers at Kennedy Space Center have updated the communications backpack for this year's research in the Arizona desert.
To assist with planning for the commercial crew initiative, a white paper was developed to define and describe the appropriate approach to government insight/oversight.
The managers for the Ares I-X flight test detailed how what the launch told them about their design and future rocket plans.
You're an astronaut performing research at the Moonbase Alpha outpost... when a meteorite strikes. Repair life support systems as quickly as possible and compete for the fastest time.
On May 24, 2010, the NEEMO 14 aquanaut crew returned to the surface from an underwater mission, gathering research and performing analog tests that will benefit future space exploration.
Preparations are under way for the testing of NASA's next-generation, five-segment solid rocket development motor, or DM-2, in September.
NASA astronauts and engineers are currently performing analog tests with the Pavilion Lake Research Project. Follow live updates from the field on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Picasa.