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Critical Knowledge inSight: Case Studies for Learning

Case studies are a great method for understanding important lessons learned from NASA’s work. 

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Commercial Crew Program astronauts Suni Williams, foreground, and Eric Boe practice docking operations for Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner. Photo credit: NASA/Dimitri Gerondidakis
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Shared Accountability Lessons from Commercial Partnerships

“Trust, but verify” is the approach NASA and its commercial partners are adapting as part of the new shared accountability model for safe, affordable launch to low-Earth orbit.

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Caption: FKMC members participate in a breakout session at the October 2017 quarterly meeting. Photo Credit: NASA/Susan Snyder
Federal Practitioners Share Ideas to Boost KM Community Experience

The 27th Quarterly Federal Knowledge Management Community (FKMC) meeting focused on shifting the group from information sharing to knowledge solutions.

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COPV tank snug inside sounding rocket. Photo Credit: NASA
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Mitigating the High Risk of COPVs

Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels, such as hydrogen or oxygen tanks, are inherently high-risk spaceflight components that demand a lot of attention to detail.

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October 2017 CKO News Now Available

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

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A test to begin qualifying the Orion parachute system for crewed flights was conducted in September 2016, one of eight integrated, qualification drop tests planned over a three-year period. Photo Credit: NASA
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Capsule Parachute Assembly System

Parachutes are critical to safely returning the Orion spacecraft and its crew to Earth.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Beware of Complacency

Complacency has a way of lulling us as individuals and organizations into accepting the status quo and limits our ability to investigate unfamiliar and uncharted territory. 

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U.S. Department of Transportation headquarters in Washington D.C.
Federal KM Community Plans 27th Quarterly Meeting in October

“Understanding the Community Needs” is the theme of the next meeting of federal agency knowledge professionals.

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Conceptual image of Laser Communications Relay Demonstration. Photo Credit: NASA
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Future of Space Communications

Future space communications will be more flexible, scalable and affordable, thanks in part to an integrated architecture.

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