05.25.11 - Fifty years ago, a young president struggling with deepening international issues set a fledgling space agency on a course that would change the history of human exploration.
05.24.11 - You don't have to be a rocket scientist or an astronaut to work for NASA. Engineers, pilots, physicists, astrobiologists, and, yes, artists, too, have helped further the mission of the space agency.
05.20.11 - NASA's final space shuttle flight is targeted to launch July 8 at about 11:40 a.m. EDT from the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
05.20.11 - NASA will give 150 of its Twitter followers a front-row seat at the historic final space shuttle launch.
05.16.11 - NASA, Google, HP, Microsoft, The World Bank and Yahoo! are inviting software developers, independent computer experts and students to participate in the Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) event on June 4 and 5 at several worldwide locations.
05.05.11 - NASA has selected three science investigations for a potential 2016 mission that would look at Mars' interior for the first time; study an extraterrestrial ocean on one of Saturn's moons; and study in unprecedented detail the surface of a comet's nucleus.
05.05.11 - NASA Administrator Charles Bolden's Statement About The 50th Anniversary Of U.S. Human Spaceflight
05.03.11 - Two NASA websites have been recognized in the 15th Annual Webby Awards -- the leading international honor for the world's best Internet sites.
04.27.11 - NASA will host a media briefing at 11 a.m. EDT Thursday, April 28, at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to highlight the four companies selected for the second round of the agency's Commercial Crew Development (CCDev2) efforts.
04.27.11 - Students from across the nation will gather at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida May 4-7 for the NASA Explorer Schools symposium.