The "Mighty Eagle" robotic prototype lander flew to an altitude of 100 feet and descended to a landing during a free flight Sept. 5.
The "Mighty Eagle," a robotic prototype lander, sailed to an altitude of 100 feet during another successful free flight Aug. 28.
NASA's "Mighty Eagle" successfully found its target during a 32-second free flight Aug. 16 at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
The "Mighty Eagle," a NASA robotic prototype lander, is soaring high again for a series of tests being conducted at the Marshall Center.
The landscape around two historic test stands at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center has changed and now features a free-flying robotic lander.
NASA successfully completed the final flight in a series of tests of a new robotic lander prototype at the Redstone Test Center’s propulsion test facility on the U.S. Army Redstone Arsenal.
NASA will conduct a 100-foot robotic lander altitude test flight Friday, Nov. 4, to help develop a new generation of versatile robotic landers.
The "Mighty Eagle" robotic lander aces a complex maneuver -- a critical component for landing on airless bodies and planets without atmospheres.
Illinois "farmgirl" Julie Bassler is now a NASA engineer developing a new robotic lander to explore the solar system.
NASA's Robotic Lander Development Project at the Marshall Center conducted the second free-flight test of a robotic lander prototype.
Monday, June 13, marks the first free flight of this prototype for the Robotic Lander Development Project managed at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center began the first phase of integrated system tests on a new robotic lander prototype.
NASA engineers have successfully completed system testing on a new robotic lander in support of the Robotic Lunar Lander Project.
NASA's Robotic Lunar Lander Development Project has completed a series of hot fire tests for a new propulsion system for a robotic lander prototype.
NASA and its industry partners have successfully completed a series of thruster tests that will aid in maneuvering and landing the next generation of robotic landers.
NASA has successfully completed a series of autonomous "drop" tests of a robotic lander test article.
NASA has successfully demonstrated the first autonomous flight of a new robotic lunar lander test article.
On Sept. 15, 2009, NASA successfully completed a series of hot-fire tests for a new generation of multi-use robotic lunar landers.