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HL-20 Personnel Launch System

An overview of lifting body research to include LaRC's full scale engineering research model is presented.

HL-20 as a Personnel Launch System circa 1990 NASA Langley; Dream Chaser Precursor

more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/ "NASA Langley Research Center worked on the lifting body design in the Full Scale Tunnel starting in 1963 (test 267) a...

UB: Nasa 1,000 pulis at MMDA personnel, magbabantay sa paligid ng EDSA Shrine

Unang Balita is the news segment of GMA Network's daily morning program, Unang Hirit. It's anchored by Rhea Santos and Arnold Clavio, and airs on GMA-7 Monda...

Christchurch International Airport Personnel and Local Media Visit SOFIA

Dr. Eric Becklin, SOFIA chief science advisor, briefs airport personnel and media on the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy program and the rea...

NASA Personnel & Family Preparedness - June 2011

What do they know that we don't?

It Gets Better

The NASA JSC It Gets Better video is a video project created by the "Out & Allied @ JSC Employee Resource Group" of NASA's Johnson Space Center. It was creat...

Astronaut's-eye view: Riding NASA's M113 armored personnel carrier

Presented by http://collectSPACE.com -- The Source for Space History and Artifacts. Astronaut's-eye view riding NASA's M113 armored personnel carrier. The M1...

COMET ELENIN or SOMETHING ELSE - NASA PREPARING FOR OUTSIDE THREAT 2011

NOTE THIS VIDEO DOES NOT IMPLY THE WORLD IS GOING TO END IN 2012 NASA PREPARING FOR OUTSIDE THREAT, BUT FOR WHAT? COMET ELENIN or SOMETHING ELSE? On June 10 ...

NASA's mission to Moses Lake

NASA personnel test out a extra-vehicular activity suit while conducting trials on a variety of equipment in Moses Lake on June 10th.

NASA African-American History Month Profile - Darrius Lewis

Darrius Lewis is an Emergency Preparedness Officer and Continuity of Operations Program Manager at NASA Headquarters. He is responsible for overseeing the Co...

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The Space Review

The Space Review
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 09:30:00 -0700

NASA gathered together a number of people, primarily NASA senior executives, but there were a number of non-NASA personnel also invited as well. And they were looking at the future. The purpose was to look at what the important forces and functions in ...
 
Killeen Daily Herald
Fri, 27 Jun 2014 02:34:57 -0700

Teams also built model rovers and made a presentation for NASA personnel, she said. “Learning to work together was the most important thing,” Nasiotis said. With the trip funded through a contact NASA has with the University of Oklahoma, both Nasiotis ...

Chinatopix

Chinatopix
Wed, 09 Jul 2014 03:41:15 -0700

Before Google's 3D smartphones, the NASA personnel sent for low-cost smartphones bought from Best Buy. They used the phones and mounted them on SPHERES to test whether they are capable of delivering messages. To the astronauts' astonishments, ...
 
IT Trends & Analysis (IT-TNA)
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 10:15:00 -0700

Just as importantly for HP, Interrante was one of those (along with other Rackspace and NASA personnel) responsible for the founding and early development of OpenStack. That invention resulted in the design, development, and operation of what ...

Brevard Times

Brevard Times
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 07:38:27 -0700

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida -- The Obama Administration announced on Friday a decision to allow the use of controversial seismic airguns to look for oil and gas deposits below the Atlantic Ocean floor off the U.S. East Coast from Delaware Bay to just south ...
 
allvoices
Sat, 28 Jun 2014 23:52:30 -0700

The LDSD, described by some NASA personnel as a “flying saucer,” was lifted by helium balloon to a height of about 120,000 feet. The ascent by balloon took a little more than two hours. At that point, the booster rocket ignited and the LDSD reached a ...
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