Space News Archive - March 29, 2011
NASA servers used to control spacecraft are vulnerable to cyber attack via the Internet, warned a report released Monday by NASAâ€™s inspector general following an audit of the space agencyâ€™s network security.
NASA will release the first orbital image of Mercury's surface, including previously unseen terrain, on Tuesday afternoon, March 29.
NASA is inviting the public to vote for its favorite original song to wake up space shuttle Commander Mark Kelly and his five crewmates during their STS-134 mission to the International Space Station.
Four teams of university students have been selected to conduct their experiments in a series of parabolic microgravity flights on the Airbus A300 Zero-G aircraft.
NASA has awarded a cooperative agreement to the University Space Research Association in Columbia, Md, to facilitate experimental, analytical and theoretical research in support of NASA's strategic Earth and space science objectives.
NASA astronaut Doug Wheelock was honored with a Shorty Award for an image of the moon he took and posted to his Twitter account, @Astro_Wheels, while living aboard the International Space Station last year.