Third-Quarter Courses Propel Professional Development

Third-Quarter Courses Propel Professional Development

For the third quarter of fiscal year (FY) 2017, APPEL is offering a range of courses designed to support the development goals of NASA practitioners at all career levels. 

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Smart Engineering Helps Spitzer Go Beyond Expectations

Smart Engineering Helps Spitzer Go Beyond Expectations

As a prime example of how “clever engineering” can expand project potential, the Spitzer Space Telescope continues to deliver unprecedented data more than 13 years after launch. 

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FY 2016 Academy Annual Report Released

FY 2016 Academy Annual Report Released

World-class training. Hands-on development. Online engagement. Find out more about how the Academy benefits NASA in the fiscal year (FY) 2016 Annual Report. 

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This Month in NASA History: The ISS CRV Program Got Off the Ground

This Month in NASA History: The ISS CRV Program Got Off the Ground

On March 12, 1998, the X-38—a novel prototype for a proposed International Space Station (ISS) Crew Return Vehicle (CRV)—flew for the first time.

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Agency Considers Accelerating Manned Deep Space Capabilities

Agency Considers Accelerating Manned Deep Space Capabilities

NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD) is exploring the feasibility of adding crew to Exploration Mission 1 (EM-1).

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NASA Engages with Current and Future Engineers

NASA Engages with Current and Future Engineers

During National Engineers Week and throughout the year, NASA spotlights the crucial role of engineers in developing solutions to advance space exploration and enhance life on Earth. 

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February 2017 <em>APPEL News Digest</em> Now Available

February 2017 APPEL News Digest Now Available

A new edition of the APPEL News Digest has been released. We invite you to read it today on our website.

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New Findings from One-Year Mission and Twins Study

New Findings from One-Year Mission and Twins Study

As NASA moves forward on the journey to Mars, researchers share new information about the effects of prolonged spaceflight on the human body. 

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