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Dr. Richard P. O'Toole, chairman of Government Relations at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, was the featured speaker when the Kiwanis Club of La Caņada held a recent luncheon meeting at Van de Kamp Hall in Descanso Gardens. O’Toole, a resident of...
What should the future of our space program be? The National Research Council had unpleasant medicine for NASA in its just-released report on the vision and direction of the agency. A panel of 12 independent experts concluded, among other things, that...
Years of trying to do too many things with too little money have put NASA at risk of ceding leadership in space exploration to other nations, according to a new report that calls on the space agency to make wrenching decisions about its long-term strategy...
San Marino students who helped design a science experiment conducted in space participated Thursday in the video conference of a lifetime — a chat with astronauts aboard the International Space Station. “My jaw kind of dropped a little bit...
NASA has renewed Caltech's contract to operate the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for the next five years, the agency announced Friday. The $8.5-billion contract will "ensure that JPL continues to be a national resource for space exploration, scientific...
SpaceX, the Hawthorne-based company that successfully sent a capsule to the International Space Station in May, is ready for its next mission. NASA announced this week that it has selected Space Exploration Technologies for the $82-million launch of...
Two Caltech researchers and a Jet Propulsion Laboratory aerospace engineer are among the 2012 winners of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. The award, first handed out in 1996, honors young scientists who have already...
Some of the celebration surrounding the Mars Science Laboratory's successful landing Sunday night on the Red Planet had a political tone. The touchdown of the over-budget $2.5-billion Mars rover mission comes as tax dollars for planetary exploration...
As the rover descended to the surface of Mars Sunday night, Caltech President Jean-Lou Chameau was doing something that no other university president gets to do: He was in mission control, his heart racing. “It was the most exciting event of my...
SpaceX’s Dragon space capsule successfully splashed down in the Pacific Oceanon Thursday about 563 miles west of Baja California after spending nine days in outer space. The unmanned capsule hit the water at 8:42 a.m. PDT, marking the end of a...
The exchange was simple and sweet: free “planetary” baked goods — asteroid Rice Krispie treats, deep space cupcakes — for a few signatures. As some of the thousands of visitors to Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Saturday open house...
The rover being sent to Mars in search of extraterrestrial life has found its parking spot, and like many humans, its getting one as close to its destination as possible. Scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Caņada Flintridge said this...
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