Don Cohen, Managing Editor Every NASA project is a collaboration. A few, like the microsatellite development at Marshall Space Flight Center (see “FAST Learning”), are carried out by a small group at one location, but still depend on the cooperative efforts of engineers, scientists, and managers with different skills and responsibilities.
By Don Cohen In the summer and fall of 2010, the world followed the story of thirty-three Chilean miners trapped nearly half a mile underground and celebrated their successful rescue in October.
The Langley engineer talks about the challenges of aerobraking and the value of “diving right in” at the start of a NASA career. Jill Prince has been an aerospace engineer at Langley Research Center since 1999. She was recently awarded a Women in Aerospace Achievement Award for her work on autonomous aerobraking. Don Cohen […]