(Preview) Anne Caraccio: Where I Want to Be
As the Space Shuttle Program comes to a close, Anne Caraccio, chemical engineer at Kennedy Space Center, shares her story about how she came to work in the space program and what it means to her as a young professional at NASA. She spoke to an audience of Apollo and Shuttle era engineers at the […]
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Copper Tube Pinch Failure
While pinching copper tubes is a standard practice for many applications on Earth, it presents challenges for spaceflight applications.
7 Habits of Highly Effective (NASA) Systems Engineers
September VPMC session examines how NASA’s top systems engineers approach their role.
A New Era of Splashdowns Begins with SpaceX Demo-2 Test Flight
From 1961 to 1975, the journey to space ended in the ocean.
Crew-1 Splashes Down in the Dark, Like Apollo 8
Two missions, half a century apart, share a few things in common.
Critical Knowledge inSight: In-House Manufacturing Process
Having in-house expertise can be a great advantage to help with problem solving in the manufacturing process when materials are no longer commercially available.
Critical Knowledge inSight: Interagency Partnerships
The complexity of the recovery operations for the Orion spacecraft created useful lessons on partnerships between two government agencies.
Critical Knowledge inSight: Manufacturing Process Improvements
Learning throughout your program and project will lead to better performance for future programs and projects.