NASA's unmanned Global Hawk aircraft joins the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes, or GRIP, mission to study hurricanes.
On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on another world.
The 1975 Apollo-Soyuz mission set the stage for today's international partnership in space.› View Gallery
The James Webb Space Telescope has been called the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. How will the Webb telescope be different than Hubble?
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Atlantis’ 12-day mission will deliver the Russian-built Mini Research Module-1 that will provide additional storage space and a new docking port for Russian Soyuz and Progress spacecraft.
Hubble has been responsible for some of the most pivotal recent discoveries in our continued quest to learn more about our universe.
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The Global Hawk carries 11 instruments to sample the chemical composition of Earth’s two lowest atmospheric layers, to profile the dynamics and meteorology of both, and to observe the distribution of clouds and aerosol particles.
Discovery and crew will use the Leonardo module to deliver new science equipment to the International Space Station.
NASA set out on a monumental journey with the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope in April 1990. Since then, it has captured the minds and imaginations of people around the world.
The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was founded on Mar. 3, 1915. It provided advice and carried out much of the cutting-edge research in aeronautics in the United States until it's incorporation into NASA in 1958.› View Gallery
The Collier Trophy has been awarded annually since 1911 by the National Aeronautic Association "for the greatest achievement in aeronautics or astronautics in America."› View Gallery
As NASA's first senior photographer, Bill Taub covered every major agency event from the beginning of the Mercury project through the end of Apollo.› View Gallery
McCall, a long-time space-scene painter, created art work that has been seen in NASA mission patches, artist concepts and in murals at NASA centers and museums.› View Gallery
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SDO's onboard telescopes will scrutinize sunspots and solar flares using more pixels and colors than any other observatory in the history of solar physics.
The international Shuttle Radar Topography Mission collected topographic data over nearly 80 percent of Earth's land surfaces.
NASA enters a new era through commercial partnerships and cutting-edge technology research designed to enable us to explore new worlds and increase our understanding of the Earth and our universe.› View Gallery
Endeavour and crew will deliver the Tranquility connecting node with its Cupola to the International Space Station.