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NASA’s Perseverance Rover surveys the floor of Jezero Crater on Feb. 5, the 698th Martian day, or sol, of the mission. The rover began its third year on Mars recently. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Updates from NASA’s Far-flung Missions

A unique view of the Sun, gathering Martian dust, and preparing for asteroid samples.

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A team from the Granular Mechanics and Regolith Operations Lab tests the Regolith Advanced Surface Systems Operations Robot (RASSOR) in the regolith bin inside Swamp Works at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on June 5, 2019. Credit: NASA
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Design Verification Development

The likelihood of success increases if the group responsible for implementing design verification methods chosen early in a program’s life cycle is allowed to contribute to the selection process.

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Screenshot of Cathy Richardson speaking during her interview. Credit: NASA
Critical Knowledge inSight: Clear-sighted Project Management

A project team’s performance can improve if their project manager stays clear-sighted and communicates how project goals connect with their organization’s goals.

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Technicians at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans rotated the engine section for NASA’s Space Launch System rocket from a vertical to horizontal position to prepare it for joining to the rest of the rocket’s core stage on Sept. 13. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 104: Workplace Safety Culture

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy, and Associate Administrator Bob Cabana discuss the importance of a strong safety culture.

NASA’s X-59 QueSST, shown here in an artist’s illustration, has a unique design to minimize the sonic booms of supersonic flight to soft thumps. In November 2022, a GE Aviation F414-GE-100 engine was installed in the X-59 at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works facility in Palmdale, California, marking a major milestone as assembly of the X-59 nears completion. Credit: Lockheed Martin
Working Toward a Quieter Supersonic Flight

ImaginAviation session highlights promise of NASA’s X-59.

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Charles W. Mathews, Manager, Project Gemini (right) stands and the flight director's console, viewing Gemini X flight display data in the Mission Control Center on July 18, 1966. With him, from left, are William C. Schneider, Mission Director; Glynn Lunney, Prime Flight Director; and Christopher C. Kraft Jr., MSC Director of Flight Operations. Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: Gemini Rises

Program manager guides team to success of Gemini III.

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A historical black and white photo of two young women, Michele Brekke and Susan Creasy, who were working in the shuttle mission simulator. To keep warm, they were wearing coats from the STS-2 crew–Joe Engle and Dick Truly. This image is used as a cover for the book “Making Space for Women” by Jennifer Ross-Nazzal. The image is symbolizing that women became accepted and a part of NASA’s culture as the workforce became more diverse. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 103: Legacy of Inspiration

NASA Human Spaceflight Historian Jennifer Ross-Nazzal discusses how careers for women have changed over the past 50 years as the workforce has become more diverse.

Illustration of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft descending onto the surface of asteroid Bennu. Credit: NASA
Featured Video: NASA Prepares for Historic Asteroid Sample Delivery on Sept. 24

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is cruising back to Earth with a sample it collected from the rocky surface of asteroid Bennu.

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