More NASA Articles

  • Space station arrival delayed for US-Russian crew

    MOSCOW (AP) — A software glitch on a Russian spacecraft heading to the International Space Station has delayed the arrival of three astronauts, including an American. NASA said the crew was in no danger, and the U.S.-Russia space partnership was strong despite tensions over Ukraine. The...

  • Parts for new mini-shuttle being built at Michoud

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Lockheed Martin is working in New Orleans on parts for the Dream Chaser, a mini-shuttle designed to take NASA astronauts to and from the International Space Station. That's among a number of space-related projects underway at the Michoud Assembly Facility in eastern New...

  • NASA study: Economic inequality could lead to economic collapse

    Now that NASA is no longer sending Americans into space, what has the agency been up to? Well, a new NASA Goddard Space Flight Center-funded study warns that unless the civilized world changes their ways, it faces collapse.

  • NASA struggles to manage its smartphones, report finds

    It can traverse outer space, but the National Aeronautics and Space Administration can't manage its own mobile devices, the agency's inspector general has found. NASA's management of its smartphones, tablets and basic cell phones was found to be full of weaknesses, according to the report. The...

  • EXography: Federal agencies spend millions on first-class flights

    The federal government spent millions of dollars on thousands of upgraded flights for employees in 2012 and 2013, paying many times more for business and first-class seats than the same flights would have cost in coach or the government-contracted rate.

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