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Benefits of Space Exploration

Eddie Redmayne’s PSA on NASA’s science impact

February 23rd, 2015

Stephen Hawking, one of the most prominent cosmologists of our time, has given voice to the great heights humanity can achieve. Recently, actor Eddie Redmayne, who plays Professor Hawking in the film “The Theory of Everything,” took time to explain the inspirational relationship between Professor Hawking and NASA’s mission and programs.

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Book Review: Innovation the NASA Way: Harnessing the Power of Your Organization for Breakthrough Success

May 15th, 2014

Innovation the NASA Way: Harnessing the Power of Your Organization for Breakthrough Success by Rod Pyle; McGraw Hill, New York, New York; $30.00 (hard cover); 2014. Author Rod Pyle has taken an up-close look at NASA’s on-going ability to innovate, be it during the Apollo program, flying the Voyager spacecraft, building the International Space Station, […]

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Asteroid Exploration

NASA’s Strategic Plan 2014 Released

March 24th, 2014

NASA has released its 2014 Strategic Plan, with the space agency’s Office of Strategy Formulation identified as the responsible office. “Our long-term goal is to send humans to Mars. Over the next two decades, we will develop and demonstrate the technologies and capabilities needed to send humans to explore the red planet and safely return […]

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NASA Administrator Charles Bolden Named 2014 National Space Trophy Recipient

January 22nd, 2014

    The selection of NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, former astronaut and retired U.S. Marine Corps major general, as the 2014 recipient of the Rotary National Award for Space Achievement Foundation’s annual National Space Trophy was announced Tuesday.   Bolden, who became NASA’s 12th top administrator in July 2009, will be honored on April 11 […]

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Hubble, Chandra, Spitzer Great Observatories to Join Forces

October 24th, 2013

Three of NASA’s most capable space telescopes are joining forces for “Frontier Fields,” a three year campaign to study six of the most massive galaxy clusters in the universe. They will start with Abell 2744, also known as Pandora’s Cluster, a collection of at least four smaller galaxies that merged over 350 million years. When […]

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