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This illustration shows a CubeSat scanning and mapping an asteroid. Credit: NASA
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Open-Source and Commercial Web Software Vulnerabilities

Projects that use commercial web software should take proactive measures to mitigate IT security risks.

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This artist's concept shows a black hole with an accretion disk -- a flat structure of material orbiting the black hole -- and a jet of hot gas, called plasma. Using NASA's NuSTAR space telescope and a fast camera called ULTRACAM on the William Herschel Observatory in La Palma, Spain, scientists have been able to measure the distance that particles in jets travel before they "turn on" and become bright sources of light. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 87: NuSTAR

NuSTAR Principal Investigator Fiona Harrison discusses NASA’s Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array.

The twin 7 ft diameter solar panels that power NASA’s InSight Mars lander, shown here during final testing, are now a dull orange after years on the dusty surface of Mars. Energy production has dropped 90 percent. Credit: NASA
As InSight Winds Down, Discoveries Continue

Examination of data from the first seismometer on the surface of Mars just beginning.

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A group photo of people in white hard hats. Credit: NASA
Critical Knowledge inSight: Focus on People to Prevent Mistakes and Their Consequences

A program/project manager should spend time building relationships and interacting with their team in the work environment.

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This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f, one of the newly discovered planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system. Scientists using the Spitzer Space Telescope and ground-based telescopes have discovered that there are seven Earth-size planets in the system. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Podcast Episode 86: Astrobiology Research Coordination Networks

NASA Astrobiology Program Senior Scientist Mary Voytek discusses Research Coordination Networks.

(From left) Andria Mosie, Charis Krysher and Juliane Gross, lunar sample curators, positioning the Apollo 17 drive tube prior to removing from its teflon bag and extruding sample 73002 at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Credit: NASA/James Blair
Taking a New Look at Pristine Apollo Samples

Researchers are examining lunar soil and rocks with new tools.

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Close-up view of astronauts James A. McDivitt (foreground) and Edward H. White II inside their Gemini-4 spacecraft. Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: Engineering the First American Spacewalk

Gemini IV astronauts solve hatch problems, test human endurance.

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An artist's concept of a Moon base, depicting two astronauts working on the surface of the Moon with rovers. Earth is in the background. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 85: Moon to Mars Habitation

NASA’s Tiffany Nickens discusses habitats being developed for living on the lunar surface and traveling to Mars.

A cratered Moon is pictured in the background. Credit: NASA
Featured Video: 13 Years and More at the Moon

A look at the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter—one of NASA’s most valuable tools for advancing lunar science.

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