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

December 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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Engineering a New Approach to Exoplanet Discovery

Engineering a New Approach to Exoplanet Discovery

Using artificial intelligence (AI), researchers trained a computer to uncover new exoplanets in existing Kepler data. 

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At APPEL, Second-Quarter Courses Support Career Development

At APPEL, Second-Quarter Courses Support Career Development

For the second quarter of fiscal year (FY) 2018, APPEL will deliver a broad range of courses that support the development goals of NASA practitioners. 

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Aspire Higher: SE Development at NASA

Aspire Higher: SE Development at NASA

How can engineers hone their leadership and technical skills to enhance mission success? A recent NASA Virtual Project Management (PM) Challenge offered answers. 

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JPSS-1 Advances Crucial Forecasting Capabilities

JPSS-1 Advances Crucial Forecasting Capabilities

Following the 2017 hurricane season, NASA and NOAA continue their efforts to improve extended weather forecasting abilities with the launch of a next-generation remote-sensing satellite. 

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This Month in NASA History: The ATP Team Earned the Collier

This Month in NASA History: The ATP Team Earned the Collier

Thirty years ago, NASA received the Robert J. Collier Trophy for a joint agency-industry project that revolutionized aeronautical propulsion—yet never flew commercially. 

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

November 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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International Collaboration Fuels Progress Toward EM-1

International Collaboration Fuels Progress Toward EM-1

As Exploration Mission 1 (EM-1) approaches, an international partnership prepares to propel humankind’s journey into deep space. 

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