Apollo Resources From Within the Langley Technical Library
This page provides links to Apollo resources that were collected as part of the 50th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing. They include links to the NASA special 50th anniversary web site, the NASA Cultural Resources Apollo Program at Langley website, other NASA websites, relevant Smithsonian Institution material, relevant Flickr photos, and other links.
Automated Literature Analysis
Automated Literature Analysis using Watson Explorer.
LaRC Institutional Knowledge Management
LaRC local lessons learned and best practices.
Mitigating Cognitive Bias in Engineering Decision-Making
A recent Virtual PM Challenge explored the importance of raising awareness of cognitive bias in engineering decision-making and limiting its impact on NASA projects.
NASA EDGE. One NASA. Two hosts. Twenty thousand plus rocket scientists. We have liftoff! NASA EDGE is different. Unscripted and unpredictable, NASA EDGE takes a unique look in and around the greatest space program on the planet.
NASA EDGE: Apollo, Challenger, Columbia, Lessons Learned Program
NASA EDGE sits down with Mike Ciannilli of the Apollo, Challenger, Columbia Lessons Learned Program (ACCLLP) to talk about how NASA is using the tragedies of the past to make sure we improve our processes moving forward. Joining the show are NASA Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana, NASA Chief Engineer Ralph Roe, and Associate Administrator for Diversity and Equal Opportunity Steve Shih.
NASA EDGE: ICON L-1 Show
NASA EDGE provided coverage of the ICON launch prior to the most recent launch attempt. Find out all about the ICON mission and the crew that launches the Pegasus rocket from the Northrop Grumman L-1011 Stargazer, and stay tuned for a new launch date coming soon. Go ICON.
NASA EDGE: Navigation Doppler Lidar
One major element of NASA’s return to the Moon is improved autonomous Guidance, Navigation, and Control systems. NASA EDGE takes a close look at NASA Langley Research Center’s development of Navigation Doppler Lidar (NDL) to provide accurate, surface-relative altitude and vector velocity data to make sure NASA can land spacecraft safely on the Moon and any surface.