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Spotlight on Lessons Learned graphic with a photo of the ISOPAR-H Tank and TEA-TEB Fill Tank. Credit: NASA
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: E-1 Triethyl Aluminum-Triethyl Borane System Contamination

Mistake-proofing techniques built into system processes can aid in preventing human error when engineers and test operators make time-critical decisions in unique circumstances such as dangerous weather or limited supplies.

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The Sustainable Flight Demonstrator will test a lightweight, ultra-thin wing spanning 170 feet, attached at the top of the fuselage, and supported from below by a sweeping brace, shown here in an artist illustration. Credit: NASA
Project Aims to Improve Aviation Fuel Efficiency

Sustainable Flight Demonstrator will flight test innovative truss-braced wing. 

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Screenshot of David Stark during his interview. He is smiling and looking to the side. The APPEL and YouTube logos are on the right side. Credit: NASA
Critical Knowledge inSight: Testing Requirements

Clear communication of the testing process helps customers keep their testing phase on schedule and budget.

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy speak with media during a visit to Stennis Space Center on Dec. 7, 2021, standing in front of an Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-25 engine like the ones that powered the Space Shuttle and now the Artemis program’s Space Launch System. Credit: NASA
Celebrate NASA’s Extraordinary Workforce with Small Steps, Giant Leaps

100th podcast episode features Deputy Administrator Melroy.

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Kennedy Space Center Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity Manager Rob Grant speaks to NASA civil service and contractor employees and guests in Kennedy Space Center’s Training Auditorium on April 12, 2019. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 102: Legacy of Connection

NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Rob Grant discusses the agency’s Black History Month theme: Building a Legacy of Achievement, Connection, and Knowledge.

STS-82 crew members Mark C. Lee (left) and Steven L. Smith (on RMS arm) work on the Hubble Space Telescope during the mission’s fifth extravehicular activity (EVA). Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: STS-82 Upgrades Hubble

Hubble servicing mission relies on expertise and experience of seasoned crew.

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A realistic 3D rendering of the Orion spacecraft floating close to the Moon, with the Moon in the background. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 101: Artemis Missions

Artemis Mission Manager Mike Sarafin discusses Artemis I and NASA’s increasingly complex Moon to Mars missions.

A side by side comparison of Jupiter. On the left, it's shown in the visible spectrum–what humans can see. It has an orange tint. On the right side, Jupiter is shown in Infrared, visible, and ultraviolet spectrums. It has a blue tint, and the Great Red Spot looks pink. Credit: NASA
Featured Video: How Hubble Images Are Made

As a cosmic photographer, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has taken over a million snapshots documenting the universe. 

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