Since the very early days of the American space program, NASA scientists have focused on the issue of providing astronauts nutritious food in space.
NASA marked the official transfer of 1.6 million square feet of facility space from the U.S. Army to the space agency's John C. Stennis Space Center, poising the south Mississippi site for years of major expansion.
Those who cannot travel to Florida on July 8 to witness the final launch of the Space Shuttle Program have the opportunity to enjoy a large-screen experience by viewing the event at StenniSphere, the visitor center at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center.
An Aerojet AJ26 flight engine for Orbital Sciences Corporations' Taurus II space launch vehicle experienced a premature shutdown during a test firing on June 9.
NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center celebrated a major workplace achievement June 9 with a flag ceremony to signify its status as a VPP (Voluntary Protection Program) Star site, a designation of safety excellence
Satellite images show large amounts of sediment throughout coastal Louisiana as a result of flooding on the Mississippi River, according to recent U.S. Geological Survey and NASA data.
Due to demand, the deadline has been extended through May 24 for the public to obtain free car passes to attend the 50th anniversary open house at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center on June 2.
The inflatable astronaut mascot at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center finally has a name – thanks to students in teacher Sarah Ladner's third-grade class at South Hancock Elementary School in Bay St. Louis.
On May 6, NASA hosted eight high schools that had partnered with the agency to design and develop hardware and software models and products for use in America's space program during a HUNCH Recognition Day at John C. Stennis Space Center.
NASA and community officials paid tribute to the late John C. Stennis Space Center Director Roy S. Estess on May 2, naming a site facility in his memory and announcing establishment of the annual Roy S. Estess Public Service Leadership Award.
A construction "topping out" milestone was reached on April 13 with placement of the test cell dome atop NASA's new A-3 Test Stand at the John C. Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi.
NASA has announced three winners in the Spaced Out Sports competition, which challenged U.S. students in fifth through eighth grades to create games for astronauts to play aboard the International Space Station.
Forty-five years after its first Saturn V rocket stage test and 35 years after its first space shuttle main engine test, the A-2 Test Stand at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center achieved a milestone in preparation for its third major rocket engine test project.
NASA cut the ribbon on a new cryogenics control center at John C. Stennis Space Center on March 30, marking near completion of a key project to strengthen protection for liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen barges in the event of another natural disaster like Hurricane Katrina.
Students from 38 high school teams in seven states competed for top honors during the 2011 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Bayou Regional competition held March 17-19 in New Orleans.
The E-2 Test Stand team at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center is moving ahead in preparations for testing a vital component for a next-generation rocket engine test stand under construction onsite.
Representatives from NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center visited Jackson on Feb. 10, to meet with Mississippi legislators as part of NASA Day at the Capitol.
Margaret A. (McCormick) Tingle, the first employee hired at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center, passed away Jan. 13, 2011 at Fairfax (Va.) Nursing Home.
You see a lot of smiles around the E-1 Test Stand at John C. Stennis Space Center these days.
Thirty teams from Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi high schools traveled to NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center on Jan. 8 for the kickoff of the 2011 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics season.