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Researchers are learning more about the surprisingly rugged surface of the asteroid Bennu, which is covered with boulders and has defied expectations. Credit: NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona
New Research Examines Asteroid’s Surface

New surprises from smallest object NASA has ever orbited. 

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View of the Zakim bridge and Charlestown. Credit: Datawheel LLC
Podcast Episode 89: The Big Dig

Boston University Assistant Professor Virginia Greiman discusses enduring lessons from the largest, most technically challenging highway project in U.S. history.

Screen shot of David Wilcox speaking during his interview. Credit: NASA
Critical Knowledge inSight: Best Practices for Managing Small Projects

Small projects have unique characteristics that should be closely observed to help achieve a successful outcome.

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Issaouane Dune Sea, Eastern Algeria is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 13 crewmember on the International Space Station on August 8, 2006. Credit: NASA
NASA Mission to Examine Earth’s Arid Regions

EMIT will quantify mineral composition of desert dust. 

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Spotlight on Lessons Learned: System / Facility Impedance Checks

Impedance compatibility problems between test facilities and electronics hardware can result in damage or failure.

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Illustration of the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter. NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter is the first aircraft humanity has sent to another planet to attempt powered, controlled flight. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 88: Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Flights

Ingenuity Mars Helicopter Chief Pilot Håvard Grip discusses the rotorcraft’s history-making flights on the Red Planet.

The Space Shuttle Challenger, with its seven member crew and battery of scientific experiments aboard, eases its rear landing gear onto the dry lake bed at Edwards Air Force Base in California, completing STS-51-F. Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: STS-51-F

Crew recovers from engine shutdown to complete ambitious science objectives.

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Space Technology Mission Directorate CKO Alesyn Lowry. Credit: NASA
Knowledge Community Corner: NASA STMD’s Alesyn Lowry

Alesyn Lowry discusses knowledge sharing in NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate.

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Video Feature banner showing a simulated image of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft's arm impacting the surface of asteroid Bennu. The layers of the surface are colored in bright yellow and purple. Credit: NASA
Featured Video: Asteroid Bennu’s Surprising Surface Revealed by NASA Spacecraft

Scientists have used data from OSIRIS-REx to revisit the Touch-And-Go (TAG) sample collection event and better understand how Bennu’s loose upper layers are held together.

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