George Low Spurred Moon Landings

George Low was a key architect of the Apollo Program. Click here for original…

From the First Step to the Next Giant Leap

Ohio’s legacy of aviation, astronauts and innovation inspires the next generation of space exploration research. …

Perseverance is Key to NASA’s Advancement of Alloys for Bearings and Gears

NASA Glenn team develops nickel-titanium shape-memory alloys for bearing applications. Click here for original…

Sustaining Life on Long-Term Crewed Missions Will Require Planetary Resources

Glenn researchers explore methods to extract life-sustaining resources on the Moon. Click here for…

Aircraft Engines are Getting Quieter—So Are Our Wind Tunnels

Acoustic improvements bring 9 x 15 wind tunnel back to world-class level Click here…

Communications Testbed Leaves Legacy of Pioneering Technology

Pioneering SCaN Testbed Decommissioned Click here for original story, Communications Testbed Leaves Legacy of…

NEAT tests megawatt-scale electric aircraft power systems

To help usher in the next revolution in aviation— hybrid electric and turboelectric aircraft – NASA…

Small but Mighty: Mini Version of Extreme Environments Chamber Extends Planetary Science

A Mini Version of GEER Extends Extreme Environments Science Click here for original story,…

NASA Selects Studies for Future Space Communications and Services

NASA has selected eight U.S. companies to conduct five-month studies and explore conceptual space communication system…

Lunar Power System Team Wins President’s Award

Engineers from NASA and the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration won a Gears of…