Small Steps, Giant Leaps series features engineering leaders.
INSIGHT: April 2022
An issue with a button battery holder appears to be the cause of an unplanned reset of the Real-Time Clock on the International Space Station Urine Processing Assembly.
Publication highlights NASA technology improving life on Earth.
NASA Water Resources and Agriculture Program Manager Brad Doorn discusses how NASA tools and data help solve big problems on Earth.
An important leadership skill is to be able to recognize your strengths and limitations and obtain guidance from the right experts.
Well-trained shuttle crew works to activate malfunctioning satellite.
NASA Johnson Space Center Engineering Director Julie Kramer White discusses the skills required to be a top-notch engineer.
Hubble’s launch and deployment in April 1990 marked the most significant advance in astronomy since Galileo’s telescope.