Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis was honored by NASA for his work developing landing pads for the moon and Mars.
The NASA-funded software will teach sixth graders how microorganisms work on Earth.
Astrophysist Neal de Grasse-Tyson talks about the universe, Pluto and modern innovation.
NASA scientists encouraged collaboration as a way to address global climate change.
Two program managers with the Orion spacecraft said risk is part of space exploration.
The retired space shuttle went on display at the California Science Center on Tuesday.
Matt Wallace, Mars Science Laboratory Flight System Manager from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, speaks to the students of ISE-515: “Engineering Project Management” on Monday. Wallace addressed his experiences preparing and testing the Curiosity Mars rover before its launch in 2011.
Beginning early Friday morning, crews worked to transport the shuttle 12 miles from the Los Angeles International Airport to its permanent residence at the California Science Center in Exposition Park across from USC. The shuttle finally reached the museum just after 1 p.m Sunday. Read the full article here. Photos by Alex Rose
Despite delays, the space shuttle Endeavour arrived at its permanent home Sunday.
It seemed as if the whole city was watching: The six o’clock news was flooded with interviews from people who had waited in a certain spot for hours, people updated their Facebook statuses at the speed of light and Instagram probably almost broke down due to the amount of users making their space shuttle shots […]