Three area high school robotics teams co-sponsored by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center recently rolled out their 2012 FIRST competition robots.
NASA astronaut Mike Fossum shares his experiences – and a few funny stories – about his life on the International Space Station.
Flight surgeon Dr. Gregg Bendrick and public affairs specialist Gray Creech cited for their support of NASA's Space Shuttle Program.
Missions over Ontario, Canada gathering good data from the suite of precipitation-measurement instruments aboard the flying laboratory.
Draper Lab's GENIE flight control system guides Masten Space Systems' Xombie demonstrator in first vertical takeoff, vertical landing free flight.
NASA's Airborne Science Program operates highly specialized aircraft that will be deployed all over the world in 2012 for Earth science missions.
One of NASA's two space shuttle carrier aircraft to be retired after final hop from Edwards AFB to the Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale.
The Los Angeles Unified School District will be using NASA-developed STEM education materials in the district's Beyond the Bell after-school program.
A Snow Video Imager near a Canadian research station in Egbert, Ontario, captured these falling snowflakes Jan. 21 as part of NASA's GCPEx mission.
New aircraft design ideas confirm NASA's green goals are challenging, but ultimately do-able.
Equipment that supported space shuttle landing and servicing operations at NASA Dryden will be displayed various museums around the country.
After a couple of days off due to weather conditions and media outreach, NASA's DC-8 flying lab has resumed flights in NASA's GCPEx snow study.
26 educators have been selected to partner with professional astronomers on research flights aboard NASA's SOFIA flying observatory in 2012-13.
Edwards Air Force Base officials dedicated Crossfield Drive to honor the late NACA test pilot Scott Crossfield, the first pilot to fly at Mach 2.
NASA’s G-III research aircraft has completed a week-long airborne radar study to aid understanding of processes occurring under the Kilauea volcano.
GCPEx precipitation experiment on DC-8 flying lab to measure light rain and snow in Ontario over six-week period in advance of GPM satellite launch.
Recaps career in acting, support of NASA and promoting opportunities for women and ethnic minorities during comments before Dryden employees Jan. 10.
NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy researchers have captured new images of a recently born cluster of massive stars named W3A.
NASA’s G-III research aircraft returns to Hawaii for a week-long UAVSAR study to aid understanding of processes occurring under the Kilauea volcano.
Retired National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics test pilot John Griffith, who flew many of the early research aircraft, has died at the age of 90.