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  • NASA Langley takes on regional economic development

    NASA Langley takes on regional economic development
    NASA Langley Research Center is taking an active role in regional economic development, searching for opportunities to solve technological problems for businesses. "This region has so much potential," Christina Moats-Xavier, NASA Langley's lead for...
  • 'Leaving Orbit' cheers spaceflight's feats, mourns its fading

    'Leaving Orbit' cheers spaceflight's feats, mourns its fading
    In 1969, the moon landing brought together a nation, millions slack-jawed in the glow of their televisions. In 1986, the explosion of the Challenger became a defining moment for a generation of schoolchildren. But how many of us remember the blastoff of...
  • SpaceX next launch set for June 26

    SpaceX next launch set for June 26
    SpaceX and NASA have set the next launch of a Falcon 9 rocket sending a Dragon resupply capsule to the International Space Station for no earlier than June 26. SpaceX’s spacecraft is set for an 11:09 a.m. blastoff. It would be the company’...
  • Second test flight set for NASA's supersonic saucer in Hawaii

    Second test flight set for NASA's supersonic saucer in Hawaii
    NASA conducted a full mission dress rehearsal for its saucer-shaped Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) in Hawaii Friday. The second flight test will is set for Tuesday and NASA will stream live video from the launch pad. LDSD is designed to test ...
  • Virginia Air & Space Center director: We need to reflect NASA's future and past

    Virginia Air & Space Center director: We need to reflect NASA's future and past
    When Robert Griesmer looks at the towering exterior of the Virginia Air and Space Center, he sees a symbolic billboard. The downtown building is bathed in a luminescent blue glow each evening as a part of a campaign to revamp the museum and the way it...
  • Talk to Iris: 'Into infinity and beyond'

    Talk to Iris: 'Into infinity and beyond'
    Many of you just went through what I went through during the last couple of weeks: You sat proudly and sweaty as you watched your child or niece or nephew or grandchild strut across the stage and receive a college diploma. He or she flashed you a...
  • NASA official criticizes cuts to budget in visit to L.A. area

    NASA official criticizes cuts to budget in visit to L.A. area
    NASA Administrator Charles Bolden visited a rocket engine factory in Canoga Park on Thursday that could benefit as congressional Republicans push the agency to spend more federal money visiting other planets and less on studying our own. The factory...
  • NASA gives California Science Center museum last remaining space shuttle fuel tank

    NASA gives California Science Center museum last remaining space shuttle fuel tank
    The California Science Center is the only museum in the nation that planned to make its space shuttle exhibit with as many authentic parts as possible, set up as if it's ready to launch. There was a problem. The enormous orange external fuel tank, which...
  • Spacecraft circling Mercury will crash into planet April 30

    Spacecraft circling Mercury will crash into planet April 30
    After years of orbiting Mercury, NASA's Messenger spacecraft will crash into the planet at the end of this month. NASA announced Messenger's impending demise Thursday. But instead of mourning, scientists and engineers celebrated the success of this...
  • Obama's space-center vision on track: My Word

    Obama's space-center vision on track: My Word
    NASA reached a crucial milestone on the journey to Mars late last year with the Orion flight test. Lifting off on Dec. 5, 2014, the new spacecraft performed a near flawless mission traveling farther than any designed for astronauts in more than 40 years....
  • NASA and NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson talk drag to students

    NASA and NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson talk drag to students
    NASA and NASCAR are both old hands in how to make drag work for them, whether it's hurtling through an atmosphere or around a racetrack. On Wednesday, NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson and NASA aerospace engineer Jill Prince took to a live online...