- Help Stop Mosquito-borne Diseases with this App
Citizen scientists can play a role in eliminating Zika and other mosquito-transmitted diseases with the free GLOBE Observer app.
- Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) Science Data Pipeline
NASA’s ongoing search for life in the universe produces a lot of data. The agency’s new planet-hunting mission, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, will collect 27 gigabytes per day in …
- NASA Frontier Development Lab: Summer 2018 Call for Researchers
NASA Frontier Development Lab: Summer 2018 Call for Researchers
- NASA Selects New Technologies for Flight Tests for Future Space Exploration
Through NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate’s Flight Opportunities program, six promising space technologies have been selected to be tested on commercial low-gravity-simulating aircraft and s …
- What’s Happening in Orion’s Horsehead Nebula?
Two research teams used a map from NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, to uncover new findings about stars forming in Orion’s iconic Horsehead Nebula.
- New NASA X-Plane Construction Begins Now
NASA’s aeronautical innovators are ready to take things supersonic, but with a quiet twist.
Scientists are reconsidering some of the basics of reproduction to understand how fertilization would work if sperm and egg were to unite in space.
- Launch Abort! What Happens Next? NASA Scientists Figure Out the Flow to Keep Astronauts Safe
Think back on your favorite movies about astronauts and space travel: The dramatic launch countdown, the billowing plumes and flames as the rocket engines fire up and the vehicle lifts off, the rumble …
- Fruit Fly Lab
NASA is studying fruit flies in space to help address the effects of long-duration space missions on an astronaut’s body and the way the body responds to new and stressful environments.
- Orbital Testing Begins for Advanced Small Spacecraft Communications
NASA Small Satellites Initiate Technology Demonstrations