This is an artist's concept of a blended wing body aircraft that could become a prototype by the year 2020.
CKO Corner: ARMD’s Susan Minor

Vol. 6, Issue 1 Susan Minor shares her insights about knowledge management practices within the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.

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2012 APPEL Annual Report and Year in Knowledge
Academy Brief: Annual Publications Released

Vol. 6, Issue 1 The 2012 Year in Knowledge anthology and Annual Report are available.

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This is one of a series of nighttime images photographed by one of the Expedition 29 crew members from the International Space Station. It features Central and Eastern Europe, extending from the Netherlands to Hungary and Italy to northern Poland. Overall, the view includes the Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Poland, and Hungary. When the photo was taken on Oct 2, 2011, the station was over Corsica at 43.18 degrees north latitude and 9.95 degrees east longitude.
#ConnectedGov: Engaging Stakeholders in the Digital Age

Vol. 6, Issue 1 Digital platforms are enabling government agencies to do more with less, according to a recent report by the Partnership for Public Service.

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Chemist Anne Caraccio works with a prototype reactor for incinerating trash in space. The device is inside a lab at NASA's Kenendy Space Center in Florida. She is part of the team developing a mechanism to burn trash and extract valuable gases from the material.
Young Professionals Brief: The Next Generation on Knowledge

Vol. 6, Issue 1 Young professionals at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) shared how they seek out and share knowledge at NASA—and it doesn’t involve tweeting or texting.

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NASA at 50
Academy Bookshelf: NASA at 50: Interviews with NASA Senior Leadership

Vol. 6, Issue 1 The NASA History Offices latest publication captures the thinking of NASA senior leadership on the agencys 50th anniversary.

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Columbia Case Study
Case Study Archive: Columbia’s Last Mission

Vol. 6, Issue 1 Routine reviews of Columbia’s launch videos from January 16, 2003, revealed a foam strike and triggered discussions within NASA about what, if anything should be done next.

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This image shows the variations in the lunar gravity field as measured by NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) during the primary mapping mission from March to May 2012. Very precise measurements between two spacecraft, named Ebb and Flow, were used to map gravity with high precision and high spatial resolution.
Message from the Director: Measuring Up

Vol. 5, Issue 12 What is benchmarking and why do it anyway?

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A burst of flame from a J-2X Powerpack test-firing lights up the sky on Dec. 5, 2012 at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. For the first time, the Space Launch System team invited Twitter followers behind-the-scenes for an all-day Tweet Chat, allowing the public to track test day activities and ask questions during this 1,286-second test.
CKO Corner: SSC’s John Stealey

Vol. 5, Issue 12 John Stealey shares his insights about knowledge management at Stennis Space Center.

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