NASA has a key role in achieving the goals defined in the new policy. We are committed to working with other agencies, industry, and international partners to achieve national goals in exploration - human and robotic - and technology development that will ensure a robust future for the U.S. and our friends around the world.
I also want to thank everyone for participating in today’s conference. Gathered here are scientists and engineers, business leaders and public servants, and a few more astronauts as well.
The Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee delivered its final report on Oct. 22, 2009.› View Full Report (8 Mb PDF)
09.15.09 - Mr. Norman Augustine briefs the committee on the principal findings of the Review of the U.S. Human Spaceflight Plans Committee.› View Transcript (33 Kb PDF)
Committee to Review Near-Earth Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies, National Research Council› View Executive Summary (380 Kb PDF)
The OCO mission was lost in a launch failure when the payload fairing of the Taurus launch vehicle failed to separate during ascent.› View Executive Summary (50 Kb PDF)
"The committee will be tasked with examining ongoing and planned NASA human space flight development activities and the potential alternatives that are out there."› View PDF (44 Kb PDF)
The $18.69 billion budget will advance Earth science, complete the International Space Station, explore the solar system and conduct aeronautics research.› Budget Page
04.29.09 - With the FY 2010 budget request, NASA advances global climate change research and monitoring. The NASA investment in Earth science research satellites, airborne sensors, computer models and analysis has revolutionized scientific knowledge and predictions of climate change and its effects.› Oral Statement (28 Kb PDF)
04.28.09 - On April 28, NASA orbital debris chief scientist Nicholas Johnson discussed the agency’s on-going efforts to mitigate the effects of debris orbiting in space.› Play Audio
01.16.09 - Administrator Griffin addresses employees at NASA Headquarters in Washington.› View PDF (88Kb PDF)
10.17.08 - In the spring of 2003, the Columbia Accident Investigation Board requested that NASA form a Crew Survivability Working Group to better understand what happened during the final stages of the Columbia accident.› View Transcript (64 Kb PDF)
12.04.08 - Administrator Griffin and other NASA officials brief reporters on the delay of the Mars Science Laboratory mission from 2009 to 2011.› View PDF (113 KB PDF)
10.17.08 - Neil Armstrong comments on the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 7 mission.› View Transcript (12 Kb PDF)
10.10.08 - Managers agree to press ahead for a launch of Mars Science Lab in 2009.› View Transcript (68 Kb PDF)
07.09.08 - NASA is currently studying lunar outpost architecture concepts, including habitation, while the European Space Agency is currently studying scenarios for human space exploration to follow the International Space Station Program.› View PDF (1 MB PDF)
04.21.08 - Keynote Speakers: Stephen Hawking and Lucy Hawking› View PDF (48 Kb PDF)
A report addressing the potential environmental impacts associated with the transition and retirement of the Space Shuttle Program.
02.14.08 - NASA Administrator Mike Griffin participates in briefing.› View Video →