With a new category of courses, APPEL Knowledge Services is utilizing NASA’s wealth of organizational knowledge to help practitioners advance mission success.
NASA has learned many lessons about working with international partners during the International Space Station (ISS) Program.
After math solutions left question marks in the aftermath of the Space Shuttle Columbia accident, the Space Shuttle Program faced challenges due to the complexity of analyzing foam and system behavior.
With the Low-Boom Flight Demonstrator (LBFD), the first quiet supersonic X-plane, NASA intends to collect novel data in order to transform commercial supersonic aviation.
What do all NASA projects have in common? Their success depends on teams of skilled professionals working together to solve problems and deliver results.
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VIRTUAL PM CHALLENGE
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