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Ares I Design and Development
Underway at Glenn
Volume 8 Issue 10
October 2006
Image of the Ares I crew launch vehicle.
Glenn is leading several major activities in support of the Ares I crew launch vehicle -- the rocket that will carry a new generation of space explorers into orbit.

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  FEATURES
 
 Image of Glenn Parking.
Glenn Revises Parking and Traffic Rules
The Facilities Division, the Safety, Health and Environmental Division and the Security Management and Safeguards Office will implement new parking and traffic procedures.
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Off the Clock
NEW FEATURE! What mammal is considered a cousin to the whale, weighs an average of 4,000 to 6,000 pounds and can run nearly 20 miles an hour? Just ask Glenn's own hippopotamus expert Glenn Feldhake.
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 Image of participants at the EAA AirVenture.
Glenn Engages Public at Air Shows
Glenn showcased NASA research in aeronautics and space at nine air shows.
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Improving Shuttle Safety Series
This is the fourth in a series of articles highlighting Glenn's research and test efforts in improving space shuttle safety.
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  NEWS FOR EMPLOYEES
 
 A Message From CFC Chairperson Eric Overton
The 2006 Glenn Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Committee thanks those who annually support CFC and encourages others to join us this year as we "Light the Way" for those in need.
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 Dr. Steinetz Named Senior Technologist
Dr. Bruce M. Steinetz was appointed to the rank of Senior Technologist in the Senior Executive Service, effective August 6.
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 Team Named One NASA Center Best
The NASA Ballistic Impact Test Team has earned the 2006 Center Best Award from among the center’s One NASA individual and team recipients.
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 One NASA Peer Award Applicants Wanted
Do your colleagues deserve more recognition?
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 Straight from the Director
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 News Briefs
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 In Memory
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 In Appreciation
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 AeroSpace Frontiers is an official publication of Glenn Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is published the second Friday of each month by the Community and Media Relations Office in the interest of the Glenn workforce, retirees, government officials, business leaders and the general public.

Editor
Doreen B. Zudell (SGT, Inc.)

Assistant Editor
S. Jenise Veris (SGT, Inc.)

Managing Editor
Kelly R. DiFrancesco

Deadlines for Calendar of Events Items

January Issue:  December 21
February Issue:  January 18

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