On May 2, Space Center Houston was officially awarded a Shuttle Carrier Aircraft for permanent display.
JSC team members came together to learn from two speakers who have furthered the creative concepts behind Innovation 2013 within their companies.
The team in charge of landing NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity received the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s highest group honor.
Former JSC Director Mike Coats was recognized by the Federal Laboratory Consortium as the 2012 Laboratory Director of the Year.
Through NASA’s Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program, teachers gain valuable knowledge about microgravity.
NASA team members promoted Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) at Gregg Elementary from Feb. 5 to March 6.
Johnson team members showed that it can be hip to be green as they pulled out their instruments to help celebrate Earth Day on April 22.
Up on the rooftop of JSC’s Building 12 native wildflowers abound!
Exploration is not just limited to the able-bodied, something Team Everest set out to prove with an inspiring journey to Mt. Everest's base camp.
Packed with biographical info and spaceflight statistics, the Astronaut Fact Book contains data about more than 300 space explorers.
Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut is a health and fitness challenge that encourages students to live healthier using the excitement of space exploration.
College and university students now have a chance to help design a deep-space habitat for the Exploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge.
"When I started back in 1966, we were rocking and rolling," Heflin recalled. "We could not find enough people to do the work. We were always busy."
Building 35 is part acceleration center, part escape from the monotony of doing things the way you’ve done them before—just because.
This breathtaking picture of the crescent moon above JSC's S-band dish atop Building 44 has a real past and present connection to the moon.
NASA wants you! Whether you're a parent, a kid, a teacher, a scientist or a pilot you can connect with NASA as many ways as possible.
22 astronauts and JSC's first female Center Director, Carolyn Huntoon, met in Fall 2012 to honor Sally Ride and her legacy.
Long running relationships, like those forged over the years between JSC and the U. S. Air Force, have a tradition of paying big dividends.
Robert “Bob” Mitchell recently spoke about the White Sands Space Harbor, his retirement from NASA and the Space Shuttle Program.
A unique group of Johnson Space Center team members united for a recognition ceremony in the parking lot of Space Center Houston on Jan. 23.