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NASA - Nanotechnology Device in Space
18 June, 2007
NASA has tested the first nanotechnology-based electronic device to fly in space. The test showed that the 'nanosensor' could monitor trace gases inside a spaceship. This technology could lead to smaller, more capable environmental monitors and smoke detectors in future crew habitats.
NASA Selects IBM Supercomputer
06 June, 2007
NASA Updates Aeronautics Research
31 May, 2007
NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate has amended its NASA Research Announcement to seek additional research topics. NASA is soliciting research in several new topic areas for the Airspace Systems Program's Next Generation Air Transportation System Airportal Project and the Fundamental Aeronautics Program's Supersonics Project.
NASA Completes Constellation Ground Operations Review
13 May, 2007
NASA TV To Braodcast Cargo Ship Arrival To Space Station
13 May, 2007
A cargo ship with more than two tons of supplies for the International Space Station will launch Friday night from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Expedition 15 Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and flight engineers Oleg Kotov and Suni Williams will receive the shipment of food, fuel and supplies on Tuesday, May 15.
NASA - Back to the Future!
11 May, 2007
NASA Selects Teams For Innovative Partnerships Program
08 May, 2007
NASA has selected the team of Systems Planning Corporation, Arlington, Va., with primary subcontractor Fuentek, LLC, Apex, N.C., to provide support to NASA's Innovative Partnerships Program. The contract will include support to the program's offices at all ten NASA Field Centers and Headquarters.
NASA To Build New Stand At Stennis For Ares Rocket Engines
08 May, 2007
NASA will test one of the rocket engines it is developing for its new launch vehicles at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. The agency will build a new test stand at Stennis for the J-2X engine. The engine will power the upper stages of NASA's Ares I and Ares V rockets.
NASA - Aircraft Aging and Durability Project
08 May, 2007
NASA has amended its 'Research Opportunities in Aeronautics' announcement to solicit research in several new topic areas in the Aviation Safety Program's Aircraft Aging and Durability Project. This research will enhance the safety of the nation's air transportation system by taking a proactive approach to address safety challenges of new and legacy vehicles.
NASA's Centennial Challenge To Excavate Moon Dirt
07 May, 2007
On Saturday, May 12, teams from around the nation will compete for a total of $250,000 from NASA for an autonomously operating system to excavate simulated 'lunar regolith,' or the moon's soil. The Regolith Excavation Challenge, one of NASA's seven Centennial Challenges, will take place at the Santa Maria Fairpark, Santa Maria, Calif. The competition on May 12 from 7a.m. to 5 p.m. PDT is free and open to media and the public.
NASA Awards Heat Shield Material Contracts For Orion Spacecraft
04 May, 2007
NASA has selected The Boeing Company, Huntington Beach, Calif., and Textron Systems, Wilmington, Mass., to develop alternate heat shield materials for the Orion crew exploration spacecraft.
NASA - Peter Homer Wins Challenge For Improved Gloves
03 May, 2007
On Thursday, May 3, Peter Homer of Southwest Harbor, Maine, won $200,000 from NASA for his entry in the Astronaut Glove Challenge. The competition was one of NASA's seven Centennial Challenges and took place May 2-3 at the New England Air Museum at Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks, Conn.
NASA- Stephen Hawking's Zero Gravity Flight
28 April, 2007
The following is a statement from Alan Stern, NASA associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate at Headquarters in Washington, regarding renowned physicist Stephen Hawking's flight aboard Zero Gravity Corporation's Boeing 727.
NASA - Xerox Contract
25 April, 2007
NASA - AIM Mission News
25 April, 2007
NASA - Boeing Awarded California Aircraft Support Contract
23 April, 2007
NASA has awarded a contract to The Boeing Company, St. Louis, for engineering and technical support of several specialized research aircraft at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.
NASA - International Space Station Status Report SS07-22
21 April, 2007
The 14th crew of the International Space Station, Commander Michael Lopez-Alegria and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin, along with spaceflight participant Charles Simonyi landed their Soyuz spacecraft in the steppes of Kazakhstan at 7:31 a.m CDT Saturday.
NASA - International Space Station Staus Report SS07-21
20 April, 2007
NASA - Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle Contract News
20 April, 2007
NASA Buys Abort Test Boosters for Orion Flight Tests
19 April, 2007
NASA has entered into an agreement with the U.S. Air Force to support abort flight test requirements for the Orion Project. The Air Force has contracted with Orbital Sciences Corp. of Chandler, Ariz., to provide launch services for the flight tests.
Flying Wing Model Soars In Historic Wind Tunnel
19 April, 2007
Ask anyone what an airplane looks like and most will tell you a tube with wings. NASA researchers are trying to expand that image. They're testing a design for a flying wing, called a blended wing body.
Quiet Skies Flight Tests
19 April, 2007
According to recent flight tests involving NASA and corporate industry, new technologies can help silence jet aircraft, both in the passenger cabin and on the ground. The three-week flight test program, called the Quiet Technology Demonstrator 2, confirmed the effectiveness of a number of significant airplane noise reduction concepts.
Wind Tunnels to Design New Airplanes
19 April, 2007
NASA-developed wind tunnel technology is being used by the aviation industry to perfect new airplane designs throughout the entire development process.
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