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Jupiter’s moon Europa fascinates scientists searching for life in the solar system because evidence indicates it holds a massive ocean beneath surface ice that is miles thick. This image of Europa was taken by NASA's Galileo spacecraft in the late 1990s. Credit: NASA
Juno to Provide Close View of Europa

Spacecraft developed through collaborative project management.

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Screenshot of Carin Gendell during her interview, smiling and facing the camera. Credit: NASA
Critical Knowledge inSight: Common Team Challenges and Advice for Team Leaders

Team leads have a responsibility to help position their team to be successful.

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A rock on Mars with two holes where the rover's drill obtained chalk-size samples. The rover’s Delta Campaign has collected samples that scientists are eager to examine in laboratories on Earth. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Perseverance’s ‘Tantalizing Suite of Rocks’

Rover’s journey over ancient dry lakebed on Mars yields surprises.

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The NASA Autonomous Flight Termination Unit. Credit: NASA
Spotlight on Lessons Learned: Static Software Analysis of the NASA Autonomous Flight Termination Software

A NASA Engineering and Safety Center assessment of the Autonomous Flight Termination System resulted in coding standard and software static analysis recommendations for software development teams.

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A photo of two deer at Johnson Space Center. Credit: NASA/James Blair
Podcast Episode 93: Circuit Theory Application to Animal Movement

The Nature Conservancy’s Kim Hall discusses the use of NASA Earth observation data to map animal movement and patterns.

In this artist’s illustration, a Pioneer space probe travels beyond the planets in the solar system. Credit: Don Davis/NASA
This Month in NASA History: Pioneer 11 Arrives at Jupiter

Space probe’s journey began with exceptional project management.

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This is an optimized 3D design of spaceflight hardware generated by artificial intelligence. Credit: NASA
Podcast Episode 92: Evolved Structures

NASA Research Engineer Ryan McClelland discusses digital engineering technologies that are transforming classical engineering tasks and processes.

In this photo, Frank Rubio is standing in the anechoic chamber, Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Credit: NASA
Featured Video: Astronaut Moments with NASA Astronaut Frank Rubio

Frank Rubio is a flight engineer and member of the Expedition 68 station crew.

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