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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Critical Knowledge inSight: Communicating with Openness and Trust

Communication is paramount in the success of all project work.

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High up in the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, an overhead crane lowers the final work platform, A north, into place for installation in High Bay 3 In January 2017. Installation of the final topmost level completed the 10 levels of work platforms that will surround NASA's SLS rocket and the Orion spacecraft and allow access during GSDO processing for missions. Photo credit: NASA/Frank Michaux
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Integration Lessons

Longtime NASA Engineering Manager Chris Singer compares human spaceflight integration to marriage. Interface control documents and marriage licenses may be in place, but breakdowns will still occur if good relationships are absent.

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Signs from the Big Dig construction area. Photo Credit: Stephen Gore
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Common Threads Among Catastrophic Mishaps

Lessons noted but not heeded when precursor events and anomalies occurred have oftentimes been the culprit of historic mishaps.

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NASA Astronaut Kjell Lindgren corrals the supply of fresh fruit that arrived at the International Space Station in August 2015. Photo Credit: NASA
Human Spaceflight Knowledge Sharing: Own the Onboard Perspective

Astronaut Kjell Lindgren provided a crew member’s perspective of human spaceflight lessons learned during a recent knowledge sharing forum.

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David Meza presents at JSC Data Science Day 2.0 in April 2017. Photo Credit: NASA
NASA Expert Visualizes Lessons Learned

NASA’s Chief Knowledge Architect uses interactive graph visualization to help turn “know-what” into “know-how” and transmit knowledge to the next generation.

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NASA’s knowledge community members tour the facility where “Maggie”, a test Mars Rover, is being housed before Maggie is moved to the “Mars Yard”.
Knowledge Community Hosted at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory

The NASA Knowledge Community Face-to-Face was held July 11-13 at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. 

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The space shuttle Columbia on Launch Pad A, Complex 39, before its first mission on April 12, 1981. The Apollo Challenger Columbia Lessons Learned Program (ACCLLP) featured an event, STS-1: Legacy and Lessons Learned, on this groundbreaking mission. Photo Credit: NASA
Preserving the Past to Enhance Future Success: Part Two

Apollo Challenger Columbia Lessons Learned Program (ACCLLP) Manager Michael Ciannilli discusses a novel initiative to transfer knowledge effectively and put it to work for the future.

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