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Mars is kept company by two cratered moons – an inner moon named Phobos and an outer moon named Deimos. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSFC/Univ. of Arizona
Mission Focuses on Intriguing Moons of Mars

NASA contributes instruments to JAXA sample return effort.

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Participants in the APPEL KS International Project Management course pose for a photo at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center as the event draws to a close. Photo Credit: NASA
APPEL Course Focuses on International Collaboration

Participants from 8 space agencies share insights on joint projects.

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Critical Knowledge inSight: Context in Communication

Communication with context allows a project manager to focus their audience’s attention on what they are trying to convey.

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Podcast Episode 126: Gateway: The Logistics of an Outpost at the Moon

In this episode we’ll focus on Gateway, a small space station NASA is developing to place in orbit at the Moon. We’ll speak with Mark Wiese, who leads the team that will ensure Gateway will receive the cargo, equipment, and supplies it needs to support Artemis astronauts.

Dr. Nancy Grace Roman records data from a computer display at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, circa 1972. In 1959, she became the first female executive and the first Chief of Astronomy at NASA. Photo Credit: NASA
This Month in NASA History: A Pioneer Begins

Nancy Grace Roman, NASA’s first chief of astronomy, blazes a trail for the Hubble Space Telescope decades before launch. 

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Artemis I artist's concept - returning home. Credit: NASA/Liam Yanulis
Podcast Episode 125: Capstone Project: Artemis I Lessons Learned

Janet Karika, who retired recently from NASA after 43 years in the aerospace industry, shares career highlights and her approach to leading the Artemis I Lessons Learned process.

Featured Video: Spacecraft Makers: Europa Clipper’s Instrument Integration

Europa Clipper is expected to launch in October 2024 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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