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Twelve orbits a day provide the MOC wide angle cameras on NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor with a global snapshot of weather patterns across the planet. Here, bluish-white water ice clouds hang above the Tharsis volcanoes. Credit: NASA
Mars: The Next Giant Leap for Humanity

NASA’s Administrator discusses Moon to Mars plans at summit. 

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Podcast Episode 69, Parker Solar Probe
New Podcast Episode 69: Parker Solar Probe

Parker Solar Probe Mission Scientist Adam Szabo discusses NASA’s journey to the Sun.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Adapting to Change
Critical Knowledge inSight: Adapting to Change

External circumstances can cause the need for NASA programs and projects to adapt and change. 

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Podcast Episode 68- Lessons Learned Information System_social
Podcast Episode 68: Lessons Learned Information System

NASA Lessons Learned Program Manager Michael Bell discusses the agency’s Lessons Learned Information System.

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Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Copper Tube Pinch Failure

While pinching copper tubes is a standard practice for many applications on Earth, it presents challenges for spaceflight applications.

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Podcast Episode 67: Quiet Supersonic Mission
Podcast Episode 67: Quiet Supersonic Mission

NASA Low Boom Flight Demonstrator Deputy Project Manager Cathy Bahm discusses the X-59 quiet supersonic research mission.

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Podcast Episode 66, Convergent Aeronautics Solutions
Podcast Episode 66: Convergent Aeronautics Solutions

NASA Convergent Aeronautics Solutions Project Manager Keith Wichman discusses mapping problems and solutions to transform aviation.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Building Team Cohesion
Critical Knowledge inSight: Building Team Cohesion

Team cohesion and good communication are key factors for a team to be successful on a project.

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