This is not a NASA Website. You might learn something. It's YOUR space agency. Get involved. Take it back. Make it work - for YOU.
Used NASA Gold For Sale
Used NASA Gold For Sale

Gold Plates, GSA Auction One lot consisting six 24KT gold plates weighing 6,015.5 grams. These plates were reportedly flown in space for 69 months. Please click on attachment for purity information rounded to the nearest 1/10th determined by x-ray fluorescence. Long Duration Exposure Facility “LDEF’s 69 months in space provided scientific data on the long-term effects of space exposure on materials, components and systems that has benefited NASA spacecraft designers […]

  • NASA Watch
  • January 17, 2015
Bolden's Plan To Excess Moffett Federal Airfield Fails – Again

Congresswoman Eshoo Announces Plan for Hangar One and Moffett Federal Airfield “Following a meeting with Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-Palo Alto), GSA, NASA, and the White House at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 26, the General Services Administration will issue a Notice of Intent regarding Hangar One and Moffett Federal Airfield, which reflects the following: 1. Moffett Federal Airfield will NOT be excessed. It will remain a restricted Federal Airfield […]

  • NASA Watch
  • March 1, 2013
Planetary Scientists Mobilize to Contact Congress Over Webb Costs

Geological Society of America Planetary Geology Division: NASA Funding and James Webb Space Telescope “… advocates such as the American Astronomical Society have identified JWST as their highest priority (it was the top major initiative for U.S. astrophysics in the 2001 & 2010 NRC Astrophysics Decadal Surveys). That prioritization is among activities only within astrophysics, not planetary science, Earth science or heliophysics. Because astronomers have been so strongly supportive of […]

  • NASA Watch
  • September 28, 2011
NASA HQ Is Not Moving – But Employees Will (Temporarily)

NASA to stay put in Southwest D.C. building, Washington Business Journal “The General Services Administration said Thursday it has signed a 597,253-square-foot lease for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration at Piedmont Office Realty Trust Inc.’s 300 E St. SW, opting for the space agency to stay in place at its current headquarters.” NASA, OCC deals cause Southwest D.C. shuffle, Washington Business Journal “Piedmont will renovate Two Independence Square in […]

  • NASA Watch
  • February 18, 2011