Wichita Falls, TX. - Learning about science was hands on at Region Nine Friday.Teachers from across Texoma have been participating in a summer institute focusing on force, motion and matter.And too finish off the week they put what they learned in action. Rockets burst through the air, as an example Full story
Author Lily Koppel tells MSNBC’s Richard Lui about the real-life experiences of the wives of astronauts in the 1960s and 1970s as recounted in her new nonfiction book, “The Astronaut Wives Club.”
A NASA spacecraft has been sending back pictures of the Earth from Saturn, offing a glimpse of home from 900 million miles away. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Four men and four women comprise NASA’s 2013 astronaut class. More than 6,300 people vied for one of the spots. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
TODAY's Dylan Dreyer takes a helicopter ride with NASA scientists as they monitor melting ice caps and glaciers in Alaska in hopes of protecting beaches and shorelines for the future.
NASA is working on a radar system to track asteroids that pose a danger to Earth. WESH’s Dan Billow reports.
This image from the joint NASA-Japan Aerospace Exploration Agencys Hinode mission, obtained June 27, 20123, shows the lower regions of the suns atmosphere, the interface region, which a new mission called the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, or IRIS, will study in exquisite detail. The launch
epa03807643 An undated handout photo made available by NASA on 30 July 2013 shows the Saturn moons Mimas and Pandora reminding us of how different they are when they appear together, as in this image taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. NASA in its accompanying description of the image says: Pandor
This July 23, 2013 NASA Auqua satellite image shows Phytoplankton blooming in the North Atlantic Ocean. The waters of the North Atlantic rank among the worlds most productive fisheries. The reason for the abundance is an ample supply of phytoplankton, the base of the marine food chain. Plankton bloo
epa03781615 A handout image dated 04 July 3013 and made available by NASA, showing an image of a large mass of storm clouds over the Atlantic Ocean near Brazil and the Equator, photographed by one of the Expedition 36 crew members aboard the International Space Station using a 50mm lens. A Russian s