NASA Explores Food Sources for Deep Space Missions

NASA Explores Food Sources for Deep Space Missions

In preparation for crewed missions to deep space, NASA is developing critical technologies, addressing human health risks—and crafting the perfect meal.

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This Month in NASA History: STEREO Spied Both Sides of the Sun

This Month in NASA History: STEREO Spied Both Sides of the Sun

Communication interference. Electrical failures. Astronaut hazards. NASA’s STEREO mission offers a unique perspective on solar events that disrupt Earth-based activities.

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Assessing the Risks of Long-Duration Human Spaceflight

Assessing the Risks of Long-Duration Human Spaceflight

As NASA’s human spaceflight program passes critical technological milestones, the agency continues its work to examine risks to humans.

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NASA Innovations Enhance Life on Earth

NASA Innovations Enhance Life on Earth

Not Teflon. Not Velcro. Not even Tang. Contrary to popular belief, NASA did not develop those products. The technologies NASA does develop, however, have a profound impact on our lives.

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New Horizons Heads Deeper into the Third Zone

New Horizons Heads Deeper into the Third Zone

New Horizons plans to cap its first-ever flyby of Pluto with an even more far-reaching goal: a close flyby of a small Kuiper Belt object (KBO).

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January 2017 <em>APPEL News Digest</em> Now Available

January 2017 APPEL News Digest Now Available

A new edition of the APPEL News Digest has been released. We invite you to read it today on our website.

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Government Brief: Clarity Required for Commercial Space Launches

Government Brief: Clarity Required for Commercial Space Launches

As the commercial space industry expands, clearer communication is needed about financial responsibilities for launch activities, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

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From the APPEL Director: Program/Project Management Training Mandated

From the APPEL Director: Program/Project Management Training Mandated

A new law, the Program Management Improvement Accountability Act, underscores the importance of program and project management training in the federal government. 

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