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.
INSIGHT: February 2023
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: E-1 Triethyl Aluminum-Triethyl Borane System Contamination
Project Aims to Improve Aviation Fuel Efficiency
Sustainable Flight Demonstrator will flight test innovative truss-braced wing.
Critical Knowledge inSight: Testing Requirements
Clear communication of the testing process helps customers keep their testing phase on schedule and budget.
Celebrate NASA’s Extraordinary Workforce with Small Steps, Giant Leaps
100th podcast episode features Deputy Administrator Melroy.
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.
This Month in NASA History: STS-82 Upgrades Hubble
Hubble servicing mission relies on expertise and experience of seasoned crew.
Podcast Episode 101: Artemis Missions
Artemis Mission Manager Mike Sarafin discusses Artemis I and NASA’s increasingly complex Moon to Mars missions.
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.