Engineers and technicians at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston are testing the spacesuit astronauts will wear
New Podcast Episode: Magic Inside the Orion Spacesuit

Orion Spacesuit Engineer Kirstyn Johnson discusses the internal systems of the Orion spacesuit.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Success Factors

A mix of people with diverse skills and expertise and using the right technology can set up a project for success.

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New Podcast Episode: Orion Spacesuit Design

Orion Crew Survival Systems Project Manager Dustin Gohmert discusses Orion spacesuit design.

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Chandra Project Manager Helen Cole (left) and host Deana Nunley discuss the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Credit: NASA
VPMC Spotlights Projects at Storied Center

From 3-D printing rocket engine components to managing the world’s most powerful X-ray telescope, Marshall finds a way.

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New Podcast Episode: Astronaut Training

NASA Astronaut Candidate Woody Hoburg discusses his experiences as the 2017 NASA Astronaut Class approaches the two-year mark of extensive training for space travel.

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New Podcast Episode: Ocean-Atmosphere Understanding

Kathleen McIntyre, PACE Deputy Project Manager, discusses NASA’s Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem mission.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Three Essential Factors to NASA’s Success

Individual accountability, teamwork and communication determine success at NASA.

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Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Integrated Cross-cutting Approach to Environmental Compliance and Risk Reduction

The Space Shuttle Transition and Retirement team demonstrated that identifying a cross-cutting environmental function and having an integrated team are essential to successful management and disposition of a large amount of property.

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