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Sunlight illuminated the lingering oil slick off the Mississippi Delta on May 24, 2010. Photo Credit: NASA
Academy Case Study: The Deepwater Horizon Accident Lessons for NASA

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   The events leading up to the Deepwater Horizon accident offers several cautionary lessons for NASA.

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Masters Forum 20: Passing the Torch 3

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   Master practitioners shared their stories and lessons learned from their work on the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, and Constellation programs at Masters Forum 20.

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Stories from the Next Generation

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   Young professionals from NASA and academia shared their experiences and perspectives at Masters Forum 20.

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Masters with Masters on Sustainability

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   Leaders from NASA, the White House, and industry tackled the challenge of organizational sustainability.

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Picture of Hurricane Ike taken by the crew of the International Space Station flying 220 statute miles above Earth. Photo Credit: NASA
Weathering Ike

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   Operating the International Space Station under normal circumstances is challenging. Doing it during the third costliest hurricane to hit the United States is another story.

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Academy Brief: Knowledge Forum #4

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   Government, industry, and academic partners explored the topic of effective learning in organizations at the Academy’s fourth knowledge forum.

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Academy Interview: Jon Verville – The NASA Wiki Space

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   If you ever feel like a mad scientist who can produce game-changing inventions, but can’t seem to find your wallet, a wiki may help you get things in order.

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NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory is on the launch pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Image credit: NASA/Randy Beaudoin
Knowledge Brief — Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2: Unfinished Business

May 10, 2011 Vol. 4, Issue 3   OCO-2 demonstrates that there is a way to bounce back from failure and forge ahead with the mission.

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