As NASA’s engineering project manager for the Constellation Program’s Spacesuit System, Terry Hill is working on the next generation of spacesuits designed for future NASA exploration missions.
It’s exactly what everyone’s looking for: an engine that works on cheaper, less toxic, more readily available fuels. This engine just happens to be for a rocket.
NASA successfully completes the first round of development testing for the Ares ullage settling motor.
NASA and industry engineers conducted a design limit load test of the Ares I rocket's main parachute Oct. 8.
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 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 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.
Forty years after the first moon landing, NASA has turned its attention back to lunar missions, this time planning to stay longer.
NASA and ATK unveil the completed Ares I first stage five-segment solid rocket booster in Promontory, Utah.
The Ares Projects team has completed welding on a critical liquid hydrogen tank dome for the upper stage of the Ares I.
Virtual Missions are a tool to verify NASA has the right processes in place to achieve its reduced flight preparation time.
The May 31 transfer of Launch Pad 39B at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida from the Space Shuttle Program to the Constellation Program is the next step in preparing the first flight test of the agency's next-generation spacecraft and launch system.
A successful cluster test of the Ares I rocket's three main parachutes was conducted May 20 by NASA and industry engineers.
One motor that tests safety on the Orion crew exploration vehicle has arrived in New Mexico.
NASA plans testing for three massive main parachutes for Ares I.
The Ares I-X vehicle uses only four bolts to stay steady on its slow roll out to the launch pad.
NASA moved the first segment of the Ares I development motor from ATK's facility to the nearby test stand.
As a flight surgeon and the Constellation Lead for Medical Operations Integration, Dr. Rick Scheuring conducts medical research to enhance astronaut health and safety for the Constellation Program.
Robert Howard Jr., manager of the Habitability Design Center at Johnson Space Center, is aiming to help crews be comfortable and productive during NASA's missions back to the moon.