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SELP assignments have included working on the Space Launch System. Here, the massive SLS core stage is being moved at the Michoud Assembly Facility in Louisiana. Credit: NASA/Jude L. Guidry
APPEL Opens New Cycle of Leadership Program with Call for Nominations

The Systems and Engineering Leadership Program develops the next generation of NASA leaders.

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Stephanie Stilson
Critical Knowledge inSight: Simplify Your Spacecraft’s Processing by Having Common Hardware

The use of common hardware can help to mitigate a number of issues with obtaining spacecraft replacement parts.

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New Podcast Episode: Centennial Challenges

Monsi Roman, NASA Centennial Challenges Program Manager, discusses the agency’s flagship prizes and competition program.

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Retired U.S. Air Force Honorary Brigadier General Charles McGee, left, speaks with NASA astronaut Alvin Drew during a Black History Month program titled “Trailblazers, The Story of a Tuskegee Airman.” Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky
NASA honors Tuskegee Airman for courage, leadership

Brigadier General Charles E. McGee discusses his career as an aviation trailblazer.

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Virtual Project Management Challenge: Lessons Learned from NASA’s Glenn Research Center

Watch recorded February 27, 2020 session.

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Astronaut Bruce McCandless II on the first untethered spacewalk as part of STS-41-B. Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: Astronauts Make First Untethered Spacewalk

STS-41-B produces iconic image of Bruce McCandless floating above the Earth.

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Podcast Episode 28: Interdisciplinary Interactions
New Podcast Episode: Interdisciplinary Interactions

Anna McGowan, NASA’s Senior Engineer for Complex Systems Design, discusses the impact of interdisciplinary interactions on mission success.

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The shadow of NASA's P-3 aircraft is seen over an iceberg on a May 8, 2017 flight. The plane, which carries sophisticated technology, will fly through snowstorms on the U.S. East Coast in a three-year project to better understand how snow bands form. Credit: NASA/Joe MacGregor
Variability of Snowfall Rates a Persistent Question in Winter Storms

New NASA research project employs an impressive array of technologies to discern how and why snow bands form. 

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