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NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson, Expedition 24 flight engineer, looks through a window in the Cupola of the International Space Station. A blue and white part of Earth and the blackness of space are visible through the windows. The image was a self-portrait using natural light.
Message from the Director: An Ear to the Ground, A Foot in the Game

Vol. 5, Issue 10 Knowledge can be found at your fingertips—if you’re willing to look for it.

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Dr. L. Dale Thomas, Associate Director, Technical, and Chief Knowledge Officer at Marshall Space Flight Center.
CKO Corner: MSFC’s Dale Thomas

Vol. 5, Issue 10 Marshall Space Flight Center’s Dale Thomas shares his perspective about the state of knowledge at his center.

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Orbital Debris Management & Risk Mitigation
Academy Brief: Orbital Debris iBook Released

Vol. 5, Issue 10 The future of learning at NASA is no longer confined to a classroom, according to APPEL Director and NASA Chief Knowledge Officer Dr. Ed Hoffman.

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Masters with Masters Event
Masters with Masters: Dino Brondolo and Alan Thirkettle

Vol. 5, Issue 10 The spotlight was on Europe in a Masters with Masters event at the 2012 International Astronautical Congress in Naples, Italy.

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IPMC Young Professionals Workshop
International Brief: IPMC Young Professionals Workshop

Vol. 5, Issue 10 Over forty young professionals from around the world gathered to address the question: What does the next-generation workforce need to be successful?

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The powerful primary mirrors of the James Webb Space Telescope will be able to detect the light from distant galaxies. The manufacturer of those mirrors, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. of Boulder, Colo., recently celebrated their successful efforts as mirror segments were packed up in special shipping canisters (cans) for shipping to NASA.
Management Brief: Inspector General Report on Project Management Practices

Vol. 5, Issue 10 The NASA Inspector General has identified four challenges that can affect whether NASA projects meet their cost, schedule, and performance goals.

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15 Years of Cassini
This Month in NASA History: 15 Years of Cassini

Vol. 5, Issue 10 Initially a mission to deliver the Huygens probe to Titan, the Cassini spacecraft delivered an additional, unexpected discovery.

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