NASA Chris Kraft, 1st Flight Director for NASA and VT Grad, Dies at 95 By Associated Press & Nick Gilmore • Jul 23, 2019 NASA via AP Behind America's late leap into orbit and triumphant small step on the moon was the agile mind and guts-of-steel of Chris Kraft, making split-second decisions that propelled the nation to once unimaginable heights. NASA Aims for Space and Battles Erosion on Wallops Island By Pamela D'Angelo • Apr 17, 2019 Pamela D'Angelo NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on the Eastern Shore sits at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a climate change hot spot, where rising waters and stronger storms are eroding about 12 feet of shoreline every year. For NASA, science and persistence are major tools in climate resilience. "Remember The Future;" A Dance About NASA at 100 By Robbie Harris • Sep 28, 2017 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, known as NASA, turned one-hundred this year. As part of the centennial celebration, NASA's Langley Research Center commissioned a special work of art. It’s not a sculpture or painting. It’s a dance.