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The SpaceX Crew Dragon splashes down in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
A New Era of Splashdowns Begins with SpaceX Demo-2 Test Flight

From 1961 to 1975, the journey to space ended in the ocean.

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Podcast Episode 42: Game Changing Development Program
Podcast Episode 42: Game Changing Development Program

NASA Game Changing Development Program Executive Niki Werkheiser discusses advancement of space technologies that could lead to new approaches for future space missions.

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Kathy Lueders
Critical Knowledge inSight: Effective Knowledge Capture and Transfer

Capturing and transferring knowledge in a program is critical.

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In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, APPEL KS quickly and successfully converted more than 80 percent of its courses, such as Project Management and Systems Engineering above, to virtual delivery to help NASA’s technical workforce meet their training needs. Credit: NASA/APPEL KS
Pandemic Prompts Swift Move to Virtual Training

APPEL KS retools courses to reach teleworking technical workforce. 

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Podcast Episode 41, Technical Storytelling, Part Two
Podcast Episode 41: Technical Storytelling, Part Two

NASA’s Jon Olansen, Jenny Devolites and Ben Asher share technical stories and discuss storytelling techniques with Storytelling Strategist Johel Brown-Grant.

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The X-24B over the Mojave Desert near Edwards Air Force Base. The aircraft’s unique shape earned it the nickname “Flying Flatiron.” Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: “Lifting Bodies” Come to a Landing

The X-24B marks the end of a program that informed Shuttle design.

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Former NASA Deputy Chief Engineer Chris Singer.
Critical Knowledge inSight: Cultural Innovation

A project culture open to discussing tough questions can help with mission success.

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The Big Dig during construction. Photo credit:
The Big Dig: Learning from a Mega Project

Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel Project, commonly known as the Big Dig, was the largest, most complex, and most technically challenging highway project in American history.

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