Visit the space shuttle site for up-to-date information on current, future and past shuttle missions.
Visit the international space station site for up-to-date information about the orbital outpost.
A return to the Moon, then to Mars and beyond.
JSC strives to capture and channel students' interest in science, mathematics, engineering and technology. JSC also sponsors conferences and activities with students around the world.
Technologies developed originally for space flight have already found a wide range of applications in medicine, energy, transportation, agriculture, communications and electronics.
Aerospace, biotechnology, robotics, neuroscience, planetary science -- these are just a few of the fields in which universities can work with scientists and engineers at NASA's Johnson Space Center, to further their research.
Explore the history of Johnson Space Center, NASA and America's human space flight program.
White Sands Test Facility in Las Cruces, N. M., is a pre-eminent resource for testing and evaluating potentially hazardous materials, space flight components and rocket propulsion systems.
NASA’s Interactive Reference Guide of the International Space Station earns top honors in the Public Sector Category.
Johnson Space Center hosted the grand opening of a restored Houston landmark and national treasure, the immense Saturn V rocket, on July 20, 38 years to the day after humans first walked on the moon.
Blowing off steam can tell observers a lot about a situation. Take for example Home Plate on Mars.
Read the latest news stories about people and events at the Johnson Space Center.
The Roundup is published monthly by JSC Public Affairs and provided to center employees.
Important documents and information about NASA