The rover Curiosity, which is managed by Pasadena-based Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), is on its way to Mars.
A massive asteroid is expected to make a fly-by of our planet Tuesday, but NASA experts warn there is no chance of any impact with the Earth.
Although it’s not located within city limits, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is an important part of Pasadena’s history — and it’s future.
Another 40 employees of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory were laid off last week as the astronomy research center continues to reduce its staff.
For many people in Southern California, it’s just not as cool as it used to be — and one climatologist says it has nothing to do with “global warming”.
The JPL-managed Juno spacecraft is scheduled to blast off for Jupiter as early as Friday morning.
Scientists are getting a closer look at what appears to be a “groovy” asteroid passing through our solar system.
Spirit, the scrappy robot geologist that captivated the world with its antics on Mars before getting stuck in a sand trap, is about to meet its end after six productive years.
A small brush fire has erupted near the Jet Propulsion Laboratory but no building damage or injuries are reported.
NASA engineers are putting the finishing touches on the next rover to Mars before shipping it off to Florida for launch later this year.
The Supreme Court says background checks of low-risk employees at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena can continue.
How much information is too much when it comes to security at a government installation in a post-9/11 world?
The projected workforce reduction is slightly less than two percent – under 100 employees out of a total of 5,000.