First extrasolar planets, now extrasolar moons!

ESA is now planning a mission that can detect moons around planets outside our Solar System,…

MARTIAN CREATURES “COME TO LIFE” DURING STUDENT CHALLENGE

As NASA’s Mars Rovers rapidly approach landing, agency educators are challenging students to learn more about…

CELEBRATE EARTH SCIENCE WEEK

NASA, the American Geological Institute (AGI), the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and AGI’s member societies will…

Follow the Cervantes mission on-line

The launch of ESA’s Cervantes mission to the International Space Station (ISS) from the Baikonur Cosmodrome…

CANADA PARTICIPATING IN GALILEO SATELLITE NAVIGATION PROGRAM

Longueuil, Quebec, October 8, 2003 -Canada’s space industry will directly benefit from an Arrangement signed yesterday…

NASA HYPERSONIC VEHICLE NEWS

NASA has selected Allied Aerospace Industries of Tullahoma, Tenn., to provide three flight-ready experimental demonstrator vehicles…

Artemis team receives award for space rescue

The Artemis Satellite Team has been awarded the 2003 Space Operations & Support Award at the…

NASA ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR STUDENT EXPERIMENTS

NASA’s Reduced Gravity Student Flight Opportunities Program is accepting proposals from undergraduate teams across the country…

NASA RESEARCH PROPELS DEVELOPMENT OF NEW GLASS

There’s a new glass in town. The glass, developed with the help of a unique NASA…

ATV simulation facility will be first to ‘fly’ mission

Before the green light can be given for the launch of Jules Vernes in autumn 2004,…