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An illustration of the Europa Clipper flying in space with Jupiter's moon Europa in the background. Credit: NASA
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Tube Stub Weld Design Change

Strong lines of communication between designers and analysts must be maintained to ensure fidelity of analysis results as flight component configurations evolve.

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NASA teams returned to the Black Point Lava Flow, north of Flagstaff, Arizona in October, using the unusual terrain there to simulate conditions at the south pole of the Moon. Credit: NASA
Artemis Astronauts Visit Desert to Prepare for Moon

NASA returns to Black Point Lava Flow for analog missions.

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Screenshot of Bob Faw speaking during his interview. Credit: NASA
Critical Knowledge inSight: Psychological Safety for Effective Team Communication

Psychological safety and intentional meeting design and execution are important elements for collecting diverse ideas from your team.

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A full-scale model of the inflated aeroshell for NASA’s Low-Earth Orbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator (LOFTID) is displayed at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. Credit: NASA/David C. Bowman
NASA Prepares for Hypersonic Test of Inflatable Decelerator

Technology could transform exploration of Mars, other planets.

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Group of people sitting at desks in an office setting. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 95: Developmental Assignments

NASA’s Nick Jedrich and Andrew Maynard discuss the benefits of developmental assignments.

An artist impression of Ulysses spacecraft at Jupiter. Ulysses used Jupiter's powerful gravity to hurl it out of the Plane of the Ecliptic so it could study the polar regions of the Sun. Credit: ESA/NASA/JPL-Caltech
This Month in NASA History: Ulysses Begins Journey

Crew of STS-41 launches spacecraft on out-of-ecliptic mission to the Sun.

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Inside the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Sample Caching System Sterile Flight Model hardware is being prepared for installation on the Mars Perseverance rover on May 21, 2020. Credit: NASA/JPL
Podcast Episode 94: Mars Sample Return

Mars Sample Return Scientists Lindsay Hays and Meenakshi Wadhwa discuss the mission to return samples from the surface of Mars to Earth.

An artist's depiction of the NEOWISE space telescope floating in space, with cluster of asteroids to the right, and the Sun and Earth to the left. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Featured Video: NEOWISE: Revealing Changes in the Universe

New time-lapse movies from NASA’s NEOWISE mission give astronomers the opportunity to see objects, like stars and black holes, as they move and change over time.

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