One-ton Mars Science Laboratory survives "seven minutes of terror" to make soft landing; begins two-year exploration of Mars' geology in Gale Crater.
NASA Mars program scientist Kelly Fast details the goals, complexities of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory and its Curiosity rover at the AERO Institute.
The landing of Curiosity on Mars will be a moment of truth for researchers both at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and around the world.
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory will be in focus at the AERO Institute in the Palmdale Civic Center during Thursday Night on the Square Aug. 2.
America's first woman in space on space shuttle Challenger in 1983 remembered both as a pioneer and an inspiration to thousands of youth.
Four pilots who flew the prototype space shuttle Enterprise during the Approach and Landing Tests at NASA Dryden in 1977 honored at Intrepid Museum.
Shuttle Discovery recalls highlights of the final shuttle mission to land at Edwards Air Force Base to NASA Dryden employees during July 13 program.
Teachers from around the country gathered at NASA's facilities in Palmdale, Calif., for a workshop that focused on NASA's Earth science programs.
NASA Dryden's Employee Exchange Council has presented its 2012 John K. Russell Memorial Scholarship Award to 2012 Desert High grad Rachel Thomson.
Modified G-III business jet makes functional check flight after preliminary design reviews for two aeronautical research projects completed.
July 4, 1982 was a day to remember in aerospace history as President Reagan and more than a half-million guests watched Space Shuttle Columbia land.
Masten Space Systems' Xaero sub-orbital rocket ascended more than ¼-mile above ground during a test launch July 3 at the Mojave Air and Space Port.
NASA's ER-2 Earth Resources aircraft No. 809 is back on flight status after completion of a year of modified periodic maintenance.
More than 30 college students are immersed in NASA's Earth science research during the Student Airborne Research Program field experience at NASA Dryden.
Smartphone-assisted system repeatedly executes pull-ups or sharp turns of the test aircraft to avoid imminent impact with terrain in its flight path.
NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy – SOFIA – lifts off from Air Force Plant 42 in Palmdale, Calif., at sunset on July 15, 2011.
Erection of the masonry exterior walls of the new Facilities Support Center at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center is proceeding rapidly.
Synthetic aperture radar carried by modified C-20A/G-III using interferometry to detect and measure very subtle deformations in Iceland's ice caps.
The Curiosity rover of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory is slated to land on Earth's nearest neighbor in early August to begin new exploration mission.
NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center recently completed flight evaluations of the ADS-B aircraft tracking system adapted for unmanned aircraft systems.