Texas A&M-Galveston CEO Col. Michael E. Fossum, a veteran of three space flights, shares ways to cope with isolation.
NASA is investing $2 million in cutting-edge thermal technology to make regulating temperatures during lunar missions possible.
The annual program featured NASA astronauts and emphasized careers in science, technology, engineering andThe annual program featured NASA astronauts and emphasized careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
Texas A&M researchers found that Mars has undergone wet and dry periods and salt lakes formed similar to some found in South America.
A NASA and TRISH-funded study will investigate the possibility of developing first-ever international medical database for retired astronauts.
Part of a $516,000 National Science Foundation award will allow Texas A&M researchers to build a set of lenses for the TOROS telescope.
A team of Texas A&M engineering researchers has been awarded over $1 million from NASA to study the impact of using VAs to support crew members on long duration exploration missions.
The Hermes facility will provide NASA scientists aboard the International Space Station with a unique capability for ongoing microgravity research.
A Texas A&M technology historian explains why the 1969 moon landing could have been delayed – or not happened at all – without the Soviet Union’s space ambitions.
On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, a Texas A&M space flight medicine researcher explains what happens to the body when venturing beyond Earth.