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Podcast Episode 49: NEEMO Case Study Deconstructed
New Podcast Episode 49: NEEMO Case Study Deconstructed

NASA’s Bill Todd and Joyce Abbey and retired Astronaut Nicole Stott discuss NEEMO and a new case study they developed about the unique undersea analog.

Earlier this year, technicians in the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at Kennedy Space Center rehearsed stacking Artemis I’s booster rockets using full-scale replicas known as pathfinders. Credit: NASA
NASA Publishes Plan for Lunar Exploration

Early Artemis missions will establish a foundation for sustainable activities on the Moon. 

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APPEL Adds New Course on Recovery of Troubled Projects

Managers will learn to identify, analyze, and correct problems that threaten project success.

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Podcast Episode 48: Mars Landing Retropropulsion Simulation
Podcast Episode 48: Mars Landing Retropropulsion Simulation

NASA’s Michelle Munk, Ashley Korzun and Eric Nielsen discuss the impact of state-of-the-art computing on future NASA missions.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Project Management

Finishing as much work as possible early on is one of the keys to keeping a project on schedule.

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Pictured in their flight suits with a globe and a model of the Skylab space station are, left to right, astronaut Gerald P. Carr, commander; scientist-astronaut Edward G. Gibson, science pilot; and astronaut William R. Pogue, pilot. Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: Skylab 4 Launches

Mission to NASA’s first space station proved human ability to live months in space.

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In this illustration, NASA's OSIRIS-REx prepares for sample collection on asteroid Bennu. Credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona
OSIRIS-REx Collects Sample of Ancient Asteroid 200 Million Miles from Earth

Sample could provide important clues about the early solar system, seeds of life.

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ISS 20 – Space Station Complexity
Podcast Episode 47: ISS 20 – Space Station Complexity

International Space Station Flight Director Royce Renfrew discusses the complexity of the orbiting laboratory as NASA counts up to 20 years of continuous human presence in space.