Procedures developed by the NASA community to identify, catalog, and inspect accident debris proved invaluable in the Space Shuttle Columbia accident investigation.
NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy discusses NASA’s positive impact on humanity—and the people who make it happen.
Good communication is a two-way street that requires those delivering and receiving communication to pay attention to some key rules to be effective.
Independent mechanical walkdowns of spacecraft are sometimes credited with discovering discrepancies that could have interfered with mission success.
A program manager needs to stay mission-focused in order to reach success.
NASA James Webb Space Telescope Mission Systems Engineer Mike Menzel discusses highlights of the observatory’s first year in space.