UNIQUE SATELLITE WATCHES RAINFALL FROM SPACE

Your local weather forecaster uses Doppler radar systems, covering U.S. regions, to estimate rainfall and flooding,…

NEW SPACE SHUTTLE PROGRAM MANAGER

NASA today announced the selection of William (Bill) W. Parsons as the new manager for the…

EDUCATOR ASTRONAUT MAILROOM OVERFLOWING

NASA’s mailroom is overflowing with applications from teachers who want to become members of the Permanent…

YOUR NAME COULD MAKE A “DEEP IMPACT” ON A COMET

People worldwide may celebrate July 4, 2005, as the day their names reach a comet. NASA…

ADVANCED RADIOISOTOPE-POWER TECHNOLOGIES R&D TEAMS SELECTED

NASA selected several radioisotope-based power-conversion technologies for research and development (R&D). The awards are the first…

DEEPEST VIEW OF SPACE YIELDS YOUNG STARS IN ANDROMEDA HALO

Relying on the deepest visible-light images ever taken in space, astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope…

“ALL SYSTEMS GO” FOR STUDENT ROCKETRY CHALLENGE

More than 1,000 students, from 100 high schools in 36 states and Washington, are gathering in…

VP CHENEY CONGRATULATES EXPEDITION SIX CREW

Vice President Dick Cheney offered his congratulations to the International Space Station Expedition Six crew just…

NASA OBSERVATORY TRACKING RARE SOLAR EVENT

The planet Mercury will pass in front of the sun on Wednesday, May 7 in an…

NASA ADMINISTRATOR’S FELLOWSHIP AWARDEES

NASA today announced the 2003 awardees for the Administrator’s Fellowship Program (AFP). The AFP was designed…