Director, Public Affairs
Human Exploration and Operations,
Gray Creech (Tybrin Corp.)
Beth Hagenauer (Tybrin Corp.)
The new Facilities Support Center at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center is nearing completion, with the project expected to be finished in June.
NASA's C-20A-mounted UAVSAR collected data about glaciers, snow and ice during recent flights over Alaska, the Beaufort Sea and the Sierra Nevada.
Test flight over Mojave April 29 considered key milestone in development of Virgin Galactic / Scaled Composites' sub-orbital space-access craft.
Transition and retirement phase of the program concludes; remaining shuttle assets being dispositioned or dismantled.
Prior to flying the Hyperspectral Infrared Imager in space, preparatory science investigations are underway using a similar sensor on NASA's ER-2.
After nearly six years, a successful and productive joint NASA-Boeing X-48 Hybrid / Blended Wing Body flight test project at NASA Dryden concludes.
Dryden-managed program to fly selected technologies on various suborbital launch vehicles to test their capabilities in a near-space environment.
Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy researchers capture mid-infrared images of massive G35 star condensing in dense dust and gas cocoon.
Remotely piloted subscale X-48B / X-48C hybrid/blended-wing-body aircraft demonstrated technology concepts for cleaner, quieter commercial air travel.
Staff of NASA's SOFIA observatory gathered in front of the flying telescope to mark the 100th flight of the unique airborne infrared observatory.
Achievements of the pioneering high-risk, low-cost M2-F1 and follow-on lifting bodies will be the foundation for upcoming Dream Chaser flight tests.
The Autonomous Modular Sensor, flight-validated at Dryden on NASA's Ikhana unmanned aircraft in 2007-2009, will be used by the U.S. Forest Service.
JPL's UAVSAR instrument carried on Dryden's C-20A showcases its broad scientific prowess for studying our home planet during month-long expedition.
Modifications continue to support the Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge project, a joint effort between NASA and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory.
80-second flight ascends more than 1,600 feet above ground, moves almost 1,000 feet horizontally before landing on target at Mojave Air & Space Port.
NASA historian Peter Merlin's new book details causes, consequences and corrective actions related to unmanned aircraft accidents.
NASA Dryden's heritage of research and operation of unmanned aircraft from 1969 to the present is highlighted in this new fast-paced music video.
NASA's unique Super Guppy transport plane swallows two NASA T-38 aircraft whole on NASA Dryden's back ramp, ferries them to El Paso for disassembly.
The technology to make way for that possibility while making current aircraft systems safer and more reliable is underway today at NASA Dryden.
New quality assurance process and tools are designed to catch counterfeit or sub-standard parts before they put aircraft and flight crews at risk.
Temporary repository of images associated with Dryden news releases and feature stories.
Documents about the research projects, facilities, people, and history of the Dryden Flight Research Center.
Biographies and photos of Dryden's current leadership team, present and former Directors, and research pilots.
Online version of Dryden's official newspaper devoted to the research and people of Dryden Flight Research Center.
A collection of digitized photos containing many of the unique research aircraft flown at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center from the 1940s to the present.
A collection of QuickTime movies documenting flight research and special events conducted at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center from the 1940s to the present.
Digitized drawings, graphics and line art of many of the unique research aircraft flown at NASA Dryden from the 1940s to the present.