“Trust, but verify” is the approach NASA and its commercial partners are adapting as part of the new shared accountability model for safe, affordable launch to low-Earth orbit.
The 27th Quarterly Federal Knowledge Management Community (FKMC) meeting focused on shifting the group from information sharing to knowledge solutions.
Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels, such as hydrogen or oxygen tanks, are inherently high-risk spaceflight components that demand a lot of attention to detail.
Parachutes are critical to safely returning the Orion spacecraft and its crew to Earth.
“Understanding the Community Needs” is the theme of the next meeting of federal agency knowledge professionals.
Future space communications will be more flexible, scalable and affordable, thanks in part to an integrated architecture.
Communication is paramount in the success of all project work.