Miss the Nov. 13 announcement about preliminary LCROSS results?
Preliminary data from the Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite indicates that the mission successfully uncovered water during the Oct. 9, 2009, impacts near the moon's south pole.
Liftoff! The Ares I-X test rocket launched at 11:30 a.m. EDT Wednesday from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for a two-minute powered flight.
Ares I-X will have another four-hour window to launch beginning at 8 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, Oct. 28, after weather concerns delayed the first opportunity on Oct. 27.
A small, dedicated team showcases NASA's entrepreneurial spirit with the assembly and rollout of the Ares I-X rocket.
Apollo-era crawler transports third-generation space vehicle to the launch pad.
The Ares I-X will carry homemade videos to mark flight test.
The Ares I-X is now secured on Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The test rocket, sitting on a mobile launch platform, was “hard down” on the pad’s pedestals at 9:17 a.m. EDT.
LRO's Diviner instrument obtained a series of thermal maps before and after the impact at approximately two hour intervals at an angle of approximately 48 degrees off nadir.
NASA's Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, created twin impacts on the moon's surface early Friday in a search for water ice. Scientists will analyze data from the spacecraft's instruments to assess whether water ice is present.
NASA and engineering support contractors completed a demonstration test of the main parachute test equipment for the Orion crew exploration vehicle October 2 at the U.S Army’s Yuma Proving Grounds in Yuma, Ariz.
NASA and industry engineers conducted a design limit load test of the Ares I rocket's main parachute Oct. 8.
NASA successfully completes the first round of development testing for the Ares ullage settling motor.
NASA's Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite mission (LCROSS) based on new analysis of available lunar data, has shifted the target crater from Cabeus A to Cabeus (proper).
As the Ares I-X launch team assembles, a new era will begin.
NASA has selected a final destination for its Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, after a journey of nearly 5.6 million miles that included several orbits around Earth and the moon.
NASA and ATK have successfully tested the DM-1 Ares first stage motor in Utah.
Engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center complete a major milestone on Orion's Launch Abort System.
The RATS are back in the desert! Follow along as we test rovers, robots and other surface system concepts in the field.
The Orion crew module that will be used for the first launch abort system Pad Abort 1 flight test is scheduled to depart NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center Aug. 19 for the White Sands Missile Range, N.M., where the launch abort flight tests will be performed.