How NASA Glenn Landed in Cleveland

In 1940, the City of Cleveland was chosen as the site for a new NACA laboratory. …

The Journey to the Moon via Plum Brook Station

One year ago, the Orion spacecraft came to our space simulation complex for testing. …

Fantasy to Reality: NASA Pushes Electric Flight Envelope

Cleaner, quieter, more affordable flight is a focus for NASA aeronautics researchers who are currently pursuing…

Lewis Acquired F-106B for Supersonic Transport Research in the 1960s

In 1966, NASA Lewis turned an F-106B Delta Dart into a research aircraft. Click…

2020 NASA Announcement of Collaboration Opportunity (ACO) Selections

2020 NASA Announcement of Collaboration Opportunity (ACO) Selections Click here for original story, 2020…

After 20 Years, Glenn Continues to Support the International Space Station

NASA Glenn continues to support space station research after 20 years. Click here for…

The Propulsion We’re Supplying, It’s Electrifying

What if the most powerful propulsion system in NASA’s toolbox produces less than one pound of…

Lab Opened in 1966 Still Performs State-of-the-Art Microgravity Research

Zero Gravity Facility still performs critical research after 50 years. Click here for original…

NASA Seeks Ideas from the Public for Powering Exploration on the Moon

NASA’s Watts on the Moon Challenge — the agency’s newest public prize competition — is now…

10-by 10 Wind Tunnel Performed Critical Analysis for the First Supersonic Bomber

NACA’s Flight Propulsion Lab performed critical tests for the first supersonic bomber. Click here…