07.14.10 - Workers at NASA's Deep Space Network complex in Goldstone, Calif., are making progress on a major renovation on the 70-meter-wide "Mars antenna."
07.13.10 - GOES scientists have developed continually updating 'movies' of satellite imagery that allow online, iPhone and iPad viewing of any storm's movement in the Atlantic Ocean or Eastern Pacific Ocean.
07.12.10 - There are a lot of things that happen "behind the scenes" when a space telescope is being built, as this recent photo shows.
06.29.10 - Tiny shutters as small as the width of a human hair are a key component in the James Webb Space Telescope, and they have now arrived at the European Space Agency.
06.18.10 - With the increased globalization of soccer, more young people are playing the sport and developing motor skills to compete effectively.
06.28.10 - The space shuttles main computer system is well-regarded for its reliability, even though it runs on machines far from cutting-edge.
06.08.10 - Chris C. Kemp, NASA's chief technology officer for Information Technology and ‘super star’ of IT innovation for the agency, has been recognized with CIO Magazine's "CIO 100" award for his work done while he was chief information officer for NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., in 2009.
06.08.10 - NASA has successfully completed a comprehensive pre-shipment review of FASTSAT, a microsatellite spacecraft that will carry experiments to low-Earth orbit.
06.02.10 - NASA climate simulations use and produce vast amounts of data, and the newly named NASA Center for Climate Simulation is expanding services to meet the agency's growing climate data needs.
06.02.10 - Montana State University was the first place and overall winning team in NASA's first Lunabotics Mining Competition.