NASA and Department of Defense Collaborate on Orion mockup and post-landing recovery before the test vehicle heads down the East Coast, stopping at the National Mall on the way.
Northrop Grumman Corporation invites media to an update on NASA Ames' Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) mission. The briefing will cover LCROSS' mission, launch status and anticipated scientific contributions.
NASA’s Space Shuttle Program hands over the Mobile Launcher Platform-1 to the Constellation Program at a Kennedy Space Center ceremony on March 25.
The NASA Railroad hauled the last pieces of the agency's spacecraft to Kennedy.
NASA has completed a successful test firing of the igniter that will be used to start the Ares I rocket first stage motor.
NASA has completed work on a 92-acre launch complex that will serve as the test site for abort flight tests of its newest spacecraft, the Orion crew exploration vehicle, which is intended to take astronauts back to the moon.
NASA and industry engineers complete the second drop test of a drogue parachute for the Ares I rocket.
This panoramic video was shot from the Space Exploration Vehicle in the 2009 inaugural parade. Use the interactive features to pan and zoom!
This workshop will discuss the latest on the NASA lunar surface exploration activities.
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter was loaded on a truck February 11 to begin its two-day journey to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
A hundred trucks carried in 1,600 tons of concrete. And that was just enough for the foundation of one of the new facilities NASA is building to test Orion.
NASA is pulling together to make sure that the Orion crew vehicles will protect their crews from the extremes of spaceflight.
The development of NASA's next-generation crew launch vehicle, the Ares I rocket, takes another step forward.
Say hello to NASA's next Generation Moon Rover. Just as we did during the Apollo program, NASA will be developing new concepts and technologies to live on the moon and that will also benefit life on Earth.
NASA continues work on the rocket that will carry crew and cargo to space after the space shuttle retires.
Heinlein Prize Trust and SpaceX Announce Competition to Promote Research Innovation in Microgravity
A development engine assisting NASA with the Altair lunar lander design completes a round of testing.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, or LRO, has successfully completed thermal vacuum testing, which simulates the extreme hot, cold and airless conditions of space LRO will experience after launch.
Engineers are using wind tunnel simulations to test the stability of the Ares I-X vehicle will have on the launch pad.
NASA's Exploration Systems and Space Operations Mission Directorates discuss exploration in this two-part series. View presentation charts and videos!