Action! Filming a Simulated Lunar Landing From the Dusty Desert Floor

Video capture during future lunar landings could play an important role in contributing to researchers’ understanding…

Suborbital Testing Puts Moon-Bound Computing System Through its Paces

​As you read this article, you don’t need to worry that cosmic radiation might destroy the…

NASA Administrator Helps Review Time Capsule Items

A 25-year-old mystery to most people was solved this week at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center…

NASA Selects Three Winners in Inaugural TechLeap Prize Challenge

The agency has named three winners in the first TechLeap Prize competition, Autonomous Observation Challenge No.…

Meet Two of MIRO’s Principal Investigators

One principal investigator in New York is advancing electrochemical energy storage for space applications. Another in…

Resilient Autonomy Ends, Autonomy Research Ongoing

According to The Bureau of Transportation Safety, there have been approximately 1200 to 1300 general aviation…

NASA Researchers Gain Valuable Data from OSCAR’s Second Flight

Data from a NASA payload investigating a new method for dealing with trash in space has…

NASA Armstrong Celebrates 75 Years of Innovation

NASA Armstrong Celebrates 75 Years of Innovation Click here for original story, NASA Armstrong…

NASA Technologies Slated for Testing on Blue Origin’s New Shepard

While there won’t be humans on Blue Origin’s 17th New Shepard mission, the fully reusable launch…

NASA’s DC-8 Deploys to the U.S. Virgin Islands

NASA’s DC-8 aircraft deploys to St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands on Aug. 17 after…