RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

NASA

NASA
A collection of news and information related to NASA published by this site and its partners.

Top NASA Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • Road to Mars: JPL scientists prepare for a supersonic test over Hawaii

    Road to Mars: JPL scientists prepare for a supersonic test over Hawaii
    If the wind blows the right way, sometime around sunset on Friday night, three tractor tugboats operated by P&R Water Taxi will pull up anchor in Honolulu and set off for the aquamarine waters west of Kauai. On Saturday, assuming all goes well, these...
  • Metric system switch is long overdue, as illustrated in Trexlertown

    On Dec. 11, 1998, a spacecraft carrying the Mars Climate Orbiter was launched from Florida and — after traveling through space for 669 million kilometers (or 416 million miles, although it's disgusting to even mention that figure) —...
  • Hopkins scientists pursue origins of the universe

    Hopkins scientists pursue origins of the universe
    Johns Hopkins University scientists are building a telescope meant to look at space in a way no one has before, hoping to probe the blackness between planets, stars and galaxies, into deep time and the mystery of how it all began. For decades,...
  • Morgan State warned of problems with its largest U.S. research program

    Morgan State warned of problems with its largest U.S. research program
    Morgan State University mismanaged the largest federal research program in its history, according to the organization that contracted with the school and alerted it to "serious performance and financial deficiencies" earlier this year. In a letter to...
  • Feedback: Living Here, Medicaid fraud, Flag Day, stormwater and more

    •Ed, Poquoson: I liked this year's version of Living Here better than most except it's worth mentioning that our NASA Langley managed the first successful spacecraft to land on Mars (Viking) and still the only one to search for evidence for life...
  • Five questions for Michael Pecht, reliability detective

    Michael Pecht feels like Sherlock Holmes sometimes, and not just because he plays violin on the side. He's a reliability engineer by trade. He runs a 120-person team at the University of Maryland, where the workload includes digging into the mystery of...
  • As the climate changes, what will happen to your hometown: Wetter or dryer?

    As the climate changes, what will happen to your hometown: Wetter or dryer?
    As the climate changes, what will happen to your hometown: Wetter or dryer? NASA can show you with a map that predicts the changes in springtime precipitation across the country if greenhouse gas-producing carbon emissions continue along current trends....
  • Hubble peers deep into the universe, reveals teenage galaxies

    Hubble peers deep into the universe, reveals teenage galaxies
    Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have released one of the most comprehensive images of the universe ever taken, and it is awesome. The image you see below is not wide, but it is so deep that it stretches back to just a few hundred million...
  • Rockledge woman's tech company wins $100k CAT5 entrepreneur award

    Rockledge woman's tech company wins $100k CAT5 entrepreneur award
    A Central Florida entrepreneur who helped develop technology to detect hydrogen gas leaks won the $100,000, first-place award Tuesday evening for the CAT5 innovation competition. Nahid Mohajeri, 47, founded Hysense Technologies based on research at...
  • Explore the past, present and future of SPACE at Da Vinci Science Center

     
    From being able to touch one of only 34 Mars meteorites in the world to climbing into a sleeping berth in a future Lunar Base Camp, families can immerse themselves in space exploration from the surprisingly insightful speculations of early science fiction...
  • Mars One is one step closer to getting on TV

    Mars One is one step closer to getting on TV
    When Mars One announced its intent in 2012 to find a team of astronauts to become the first people to land on and colonize Mars, part of the plan was to turn the selection and training of the lucky few into a worldwide reality program. Two years later, we...