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By Charlene Porter
The U.S. space agency delved into the secrets of other worlds in 2012, developed and tested new technology to reach those worlds and pursued these goals in partnership with space agencies from many other
December 17 is celebrated as Wright Brothers Day in the United States, commemorating two bicycle mechanics, Orville and Wilbur Wright, who built and then flew the first heavier-than-air craft on December 17, 1903 (above).
“Like so many Americans before and after them, these two men achieved the
Astronomers have discovered vast comet belts surrounding two nearby planetary systems known to host planets. These cometary belts could have delivered oceans to the innermost planets. The findings are based on observations from the Herschel space telescope, a European Space Agency mission with participation from NASA.
The Expedition 33 crew returned to Earth November 19 from the International Space Station, landing the Soyuz spacecraft in northeast Kazakhstan after 127 days in space.
Commander Suni Williams of NASA, Russian Soyuz commander Yuri Malenchenko, and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide of the Japan
By Charlene Porter
After more than three months on Mars, the rover Curiosity is using its scientific instruments to give Earth-bound scientists a view of the changing seasons on the Red Planet
The rover carries 10 sophisticated instruments — known together as the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
The rover Curiosity has sent back its first sniff of the Martian atmosphere, and NASA scientists are analyzing what the findings mean about the habitability of the planet at some time in the past.
The Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument, seen here before the mission launch, took
An unmanned spacecraft orbiting Saturn celebrated a solitary anniversary of 15 years in flight October 15, still on the job, sending back data about the ringed planet in our solar system.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has been managing the Cassini mission since its launch (more...)
The 2012 Nobel Prizes recognized five Americans for groundbreaking work in the fields of physics, chemistry and economics.
Lloyd Shapley (left) and Alvin E. Roth's work in matching theory has real-world applications for matching organ (more...)
Blocking the sunlight that reaches Earth might be another means to lessen the effects of climate change, some U.S. scientists theorize.
Scientists backed by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are testing the idea with computer projections on future climate change.
The U.S. part of an international program that has rescued more than 30,000 people worldwide is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its first lifesaving rescue, which occurred October 10, 1982.
The U.S. Search and Rescue Satellite-Aided Tracking system, or Cospas-SARSAT, a part of NOAA, operates several satellites and the U.S. Mission (more...)
A new satellite launched by a European group has taken its place in a polar orbit around Earth, and scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are readying themselves for the new data the craft will provide for weather forecasting models.
The European Organisation for the (more...)
Scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) say the almost flawless performance of the vehicle they landed on Mars one month ago demonstrates quality in the development of the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) and the Curiosity rover by NASA engineers.
Mike Watkins, the manager of (more...)
The human voice has been transmitted from Mars across the solar system to Earth for the first time.
The rover Curiosity carried a recording from NASA Director Charles Bolden when the craft landed on the red planet August 6 (August 5 at the Jet Propulsion (more...)
The world was watching the control room August 6 at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and the question on everybody’s mind was, “Will the craft land safely on Mars?”
But apparently many were also asking, “Who’s that dude with the Mohawk-style haircut at the console?”
That dude (more...)