ROBOT ROVERS PREPARE FOR MARS EXPLORATION

NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover (MER) project kicks off by launching the first of two unique robotic…

ISS MODULES ARRIVE AT KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

After traveling thousands of miles, two major components of the International Space Station completed the first…

NASA AND USDA PARTNERSHIP FOR EARTH SCIENCES

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Ann M. Veneman and NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe have launched…

ALLEN FLYNT NAMED AMES DEPUTY CENTER DIRECTOR

G. Allen Flynt has been named deputy director at NASA’s Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.,…

NASA ANNOUNCES FLUID PHYSICS RESEARCH GRANTS

NASA has selected 30 researchers to receive grants totaling more than $13 million over four years.…

LUCKY BREAK MAY LEAD TO SECRET OF ULTIMATE EXPLOSIONS

A chance observation by a NASA satellite, designed to study the sun, may have uncovered one…

NASA HELPS SPONSOR CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING COMPETITION

NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise is sponsoring one of this year’s problems at the 26th annual “Odyssey…

NASA NAMES NEW CHIEF OF STAFF

NASA Administrator Sean O’Keefe announced today John Schumacher would be appointed the agency Chief of Staff.…

NASA OPENS APPLICATIONS FOR NEW ASTRONAUT CLASS

NASA is accepting applications for mission specialist and pilot astronaut candidates to join the 2004 Astronaut…

COASTAL CITIES TURN UP THE HEAT ON RAINFALL

The old song, asking rain to “go away” and “come again another day,” may get even…