- NASA Takes First 3-D Microscopic Image on the Space Station
Standard flat imagery of space science is a thing of the past for researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center and Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G). Using the International Space Station’s newly upgr …
- New NASA X-Plane Construction Begins Now
NASA’s aeronautical innovators are ready to take things supersonic, but with a quiet twist.
- Predicting the Lifespan of Materials in Space
It is vital for scientists to know exactly how long a material will last in outer space; which is why Kim de Groh, a senior materials research engineer at NASA's Glenn Research Center in Clevelan …
- NASA Glenn Tests Aircraft Engines in an Ice Crystal Environment
In January, NASA's Glenn Research Center began testing an aircraft engine in a high-altitude ice crystal environment, to explore a relatively new phenomenon called ice crystal icing.
- NASA Team Outfits Orion for Abort Test with Lean Approach
With the arrival of the Orion crew module to be used in the Ascent Abort-2 test at Johnson Space Center in Houston, the team is already at work with a lean, iterative development approach to minimize …
- Helping to Create the Future of Space Travel
Dr. Lonnie Reid had a long and storied career at NASA's Glenn Research Center. His expertise in the internal flow of advance aerospace propulsion systems was nationally recognized and he was infl …
- NASA Tests New Alloy to Fold Wings in Flight
NASA Tests New Alloy to Fold Wings in Flight
- Kilopower: What’s Next?
Kilopower: What’s Next?
- NASA Glenn Volunteers Assist FEMA in Disaster Response
NASA Glenn employees joined FEMA to provide relief efforts to natural disaster survivors.
- X-57 Battery System Survives Flight-Condition, Thermal Runaway Testing
Successful Testing of All-Electric X-57’s Battery System Marks ‘Extremely Critical’ Milestone