It’s a simple idea, and it could save NASA a lot of money.
By Friday, we should have a better idea where an errant NASA satellite will fall.
NASA is bringing its Future Forum series to the University of Maryland’s College Park campus.
Friday’s final shuttle launch means one hard goodbye for a lot of Marylanders. They’re the scientists and engineers at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt.
It’s way too hot to handle, but scientists in Maryland are unlocking secrets of the planet Mercury.
Not all great ideas start in high-budget, corporate research and development divisions. Plenty of modern-day Thomas Edisons are tinkering away in their Baltimore home garages and basements, working on the next big thing.
Hagerstown Regional Airport is expanding its passenger space inside the terminal in preparation for the arrival of a new carrier with bigger jets.
The Hubble Space Telescope turns 21 this weekend.
When space shuttle Discovery makes its way to the Smithsonian, it will join capsules from Mercury, Gemini and Apollo that have all flown in space.
He spent six months living without gravity in the middle of outer space. A Maryland native and Loyola graduate was back on earth Monday night to share his out of this world experience.