Engineers at NASA's Langley Research Center are using dummies in a series of water-impact tests to evaluate the Orion spacecraft and crew safety when they return from deep-space missions and touch down on Earth’s surface.
Saturn's moons (53 and counting) are as unique as their mythological namesakes. Named after Norse fire gods and giantesses, Surtur, Jarnsaxa, Greip and Loge were discoved ten years ago this month. Pictured: Hyperion.
Did you know that NASA is building the largest solid propellant rocket booster in the world? NASA will test a full-scale, test version of the booster on June 28, at the Orbital ATK test facility in Promontory, Utah which you can watch live.
Over 1,400 professionals at more than 700 U.S. museums, science centers, planetariums, NASA Visitor Centers, Challenger Centers, observatories, parks, libraries, camps, and youth-serving organizations are partners in the Museum Alliance. More>
NASA's Competitive Program for Science Museums, Planetariums, and NASA Visitor Centers, Plus Other Opportunities (CP4SMPVC+) aligns with NASA and Federal science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education goals. More>
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