Cool Flames Created During a First for International Space Station Research

Cool flames, flames that burn at extremely low temperatures, are nearly impossible to create in Earth’s…

NASA Lewis Welcomed Judy Resnik, One of First Female Astronauts

On July 18, 1979, Akron native Judy Resnik returned to Northeast Ohio to discuss her new…

Looking from the Outside In

The low pressure (hypobaric) chamber located at KBR in San Antonio, Texas pictured here simulates very…

A Sneak Peek into Test Chamber for X-59

The low pressure (hypobaric) chamber located at KBR in San Antonio, Texas pictured here simulates very…

NASA Retires a Research Workhorse

When the U.S. Navy retired its fleet of S-3B Vikings from active duty in 2009, not…

After 60 Years, Nuclear Power for Spaceflight is Still Tried and True

Six decades after the launch of the first nuclear-powered space mission, Transit IV-A, NASA is embarking…

Center Leads Key Fluids Physics Experiment in Space

NASA Lewis designed microgravity fluids experiments in the 1990s. Click here for original story,…

NASA Photographer’s Career Documented the War and NASA Research

We remember the life and career of NASA Glenn photographer Bill Wynne. Click here…

A Probing Question: How Do You Fly the X-59 Accurately?

Mountains of data will be required if NASA’s X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology airplane is going to…

Roaming! NASA’s Space Communications User Terminal

Roaming isn’t available in space, so network access is an issue as satellites and spacecraft orbit…