03.24.10 - Thirteen year old Ajay Ramesh and twelve year old Prithvi Aiyaswamy, two seventh grade boys from Chaboya Middle School, San Jose, Calif., were so excited about their visit to the Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., that they could barely sleep the night before their visit.
03.18.10 - On July 17, 1962, Major White flew the X-15 to an altitude of 314,750 feet, or 59 miles, becoming the first "winged astronaut."
03.11.10 - The second crash test of a small lightweight helicopter at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., was a smashing success, literally -- just as engineers had predicted.
03.02.10 - Ninety-five years ago on March 3, the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics -- NASA's ancestor -- revved the nation's engine on aviation innovation.
01.26.10 - NASA's Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competition challenges participants to design aircraft of the future.
12.16.09 - Taking a new look at how everyday human behaviors are affecting the Arctic, a major regulator of the planet's climate.
12.15.09 - For the first time, NASA scientists are accurately calculating the level of damaging radiation people are exposed to on commercial airline flights.
12.14.09 - Of the many dangers that plague commercial airplanes, icing stands out as one of the most treacherous.
12.11.09 - Books that tell the stories of historic aeronautics moments are being made available for your Kindle and other digital devices.
12.08.09 - NASA researchers dropped a small helicopter from 35 feet to see if a deployable energy absorber could lessen the destructive force of a crash.