NASA has discovered wiring damage issues in every crewed vehicle system, but early indications suggest the new generation of vehicles appears to benefit from more simplified designs and lower technician traffic during integration.
INSIGHT: January 2022
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Cable Harness Wiring and Connector Anomalies Caused by Induced Damage in Human Spaceflight Vehicles
NASA Crowdsources Space Food Innovation
Deep Space Food Challenge enters Phase 2 with demonstration projects.
Podcast Episode 76: DAVINCI
NASA’s Mike Sekerak discusses the DAVINCI mission to Venus.
Critical Knowledge inSight: Govern Efficiently as a Program Manager
Setting up an efficient governing structure is an essential skill leaders and managers use to be more effective on their programs or projects.
NASA Missions to Shine New Light on Venus
The closest planet to Earth has proven elusive to understand.
This Month in NASA History: Recovering LDEF
NASA’s Long Duration Exposure Facility reveals hazards of Low Earth Orbit.
Featured Video: ISS 2030: NASA Extends Operations of the International Space Station
NASA announced the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to extend International Space Station (ISS) operations through 2030.