suborbital science

Student Science Thunders to Space from NASA Wallops

A Terrier-Improved Malemute suborbital rocket carrying experiments developed by university students nationwide in the RockSat-X program was successfully launched at…

9 years ago

Aerospace Students Shoot for the Stars and Space Flight Dreams

Rocket science university students from Puerto Rico pose for photo op with the Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket that will launch…

9 years ago

NASA’s Independence Day Fireworks from Wallops Investigates Earth’s Global Daytime Dynamo Current

July 4 Morning Fireworks from NASA! A NASA Black Brant V Sounding Rocket launches in support of the Daytime Dynamo…

9 years ago

NASA’s Daytime Dynamo Experiment Deploys Lithium to Study Global Ionospheric Communications Disruptions

On June 24, 2013 a pair of daytime sounding rockets will launch from NASA Wallops Flight Facility (WFF) and deploy…

9 years ago

Spectacular Night Launch from NASA Wallops Shines Bright Beacon on Star Formation in Early Universe

Night time blast off of 4 stage NASA Black Brant XII suborbital rocket at 11:05 p.m. EDT on June 5,…

9 years ago

NASA Experiment Seeks Signatures of Formation of First Stars and Galaxies

When did the first stars and galaxies form in the universe and how brightly did they burn? Scientists are looking…

9 years ago

Barnstorming the Suborbital Science Frontier

Who will really open up the space frontier? Just like the early days of airplanes, when ‘barnstormers’ traveled the country…

11 years ago

NASA to Invest $75 Million for Suborbital Science Flights

[/caption] NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver announced today the space agency will fund dozens of science and education payloads to…

13 years ago

Scientists Get Ready for Suborbital Flights

Researchers hoping to conduct scientific experiments on commercial suborbital spacecraft completed the first-ever round of training last week at the…

13 years ago