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Hyperloop

Article | Oct 03, 2013

Futuristic high-speed Hyperloop would allow travel on air

October's Historical Firsts

Article | Oct 03, 2013

 Oct. 1, 1958 — NASA formally opens for business. Its first administrator was T. Keith Glennan, the president of Case Institute of Technology and a former member of the Atomic Energy Commission. (Left to Right-Glennan, Dryden, Horner)

Orbital Sciences aims for ISS rendezvous

Article | Sep 05, 2013

Orbital Sciences will launch a cargo-hauling spacecraft Sept. 17 for a first rendezvous with the International Space Station.

Pilot Counsel: ASRS

Pilot Magazine | Sep 01, 2013

It seems time again to remind pilots about the FAA’s Aviation Safety Reporting Program (ASRP), administered by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS).

NASA crashes helo to improve safety

Article | Aug 29, 2013

NASA on Aug. 28 dropped a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter fuselage with test dummies on board to test seat belts and gather data.

NASA: 3-D printed rocket part holds up in test

Article | Aug 27, 2013

NASA reports 3-D printed fuel injector sets rocket power milestone.

Angel Flight West launches Endeavour Awards

Article | Aug 14, 2013

Angel Flight West’s new Endeavour Awards put the spotlight on public benefit flying.

Cool Stuff: ISS Selects 8 Astronauts

Article | Jul 25, 2013

Want to be an astronaut someday? The job requires you to pass a physical, be a U.S. citizen with a bachelor’s degree in engineering, biological science, physical science or mathematics, and have 1,000 or more hours logged as a jet pilot.

Cool Stuff: Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo

Article | Jul 25, 2013

Virgin Galactic founder Sir Richard Branson and his family will be the first tourists to blast into sub-orbital space on the maiden voyage of SpaceShipTwo in December.

NASA 747 scans southern sky

Article | Jul 23, 2013

A Boeing 747 modified to carry a massive telescope is plying the southern skies for science.