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Bobby Braun Discusses the Future of Technology at NASA

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   NASA Chief Technology Officer Bobby Braun shared his vision for technology development at Masters Forum 19 in Melbourne, Florida in May.

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Academy Brief: LCROSS Case Study

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   An unexpected opportunity enabled LCROSS to hitch a ride to the moon, but it came with significant cost and schedule constraints. This unique challenge required effective partnerships.

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Knowledge Brief: Goddard Hosts “All Things KM” Forum

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   Before Google, if you had to find out if a whale has a spleen, how many phone calls would it have taken?

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Research Brief: Controlling Cost Growth on Earth and Space Science Missions

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   Four factors most commonly contribute to cost and schedule growth on Earth and space science missions, according to a study by the National Research Council.

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View from the Outside: Innovation Infusion at ESA

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   An innovation infusion process helps the European Space Agency keep up with increasing mission complexity, autonomy, coordination, and real-time data.

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Technology Brief: Remote Sensing and Disaster Relief

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   The 29th Disasters Roundtable spelled out a vision for remote sensing technology’s role in disaster relief by 2020.

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ASK Archive: Innovation Roundup

August 31, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 8   Innovation flourishes in unlikely corners at NASA.

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Echo 1 fully inflated. The balloon could be seen from the ground with the naked eye as it passed overhead. Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: The “Satelloon” Takes to the Sky

July 30, 2010 Vol. 3, Issue 7   August 2010 marks the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Echo 1 communication balloon.

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