McBride Retires as Longest Serving NASA Armstrong Director

When David McBride first came to NASA’s remote outpost in the Mojave Desert in 1982 as…

NASA, Grad Students Work to Find Better Way to Recycle Water in Space

In space, water is precious. Recycling water efficiently is vital for astronauts aboard the International Space…

Bottom Line: Safety First

“Be ready to meet the expected and prepare for the unexpected.” Click here for…

NASA's Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign Adds New Partners

NASA’s Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) National Campaign has signed agreements with four new organizations to exchange…

3D Experience is Real-Life for Armstrong Interns

NASA interns are building a future STEM workforce that is diverse and well-rounded while they gain…

NASA-Supported Sensor Aims to Improve Weather Data Collection

Researchers at Arizona State University in Tempe are evaluating a small, lightweight, efficient 3D imaging sensor…

NASA Armstrong’s Role in Sustainable Aviation

NASA Aeronautics is poised to help develop airframes and technology that will benefit industry; help meet…

NASA’s ER-2 No. 806 Returns to Flight

NASA’s ER-2 high-altitude aircraft No. 806 returned to flight after three years of significant modifications and…

Posada Wins National Aviation Safety Award

Safety is the foundation of everything in a flight organization like NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center…

NASA TechLeap Challenge Winners Advance to Next Round

After receiving an initial $200,000 to begin designing and building technology payloads, all three winners of…