AeroSpace Frontiers 2008 Archive
Year in Review
AeroSpace Frontiers looks back through its pages to relive some of the center's most significant events of 2007.
› Read the January Issue
Glenn Partners with Industry to Advance Technology
Six projects will advance technologies critical to both exploration and aeronautics under NASA's Innovative Partnerships Program. Pictured are co-principle investigators from Glenn and Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company in Glenn's Simulated Lunar Operations Laboratory.
› Read the February Issue
Combustion Integrated Rack Bound for Space
Space hardware, designed and built onsite over the past ten years, was shipped to NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida for preparation to launch aboard the space shuttle Endeavor this fall. Pictured is Mike Politi, Mechanical and Rotating Systems Branch, inspecting the interior surface of the CIR combustion chamber prior to shipment.
› Read the March Issue
Facility Master Plan Progresses with Centralized Office Building
NASA Headquarters has approved funding for development of a Centralized Office Building at Lewis Field. This $25.3 million project will construct a 3-to 4-story high building of 80,000 to 90,000 square feet of floor space.
› Read the April Issue
Glenn Earns Aerospace Standard 9100 Certification
This national certification verifies Glenn's ability to take on critical and complex work on advanced aerospace systems.
› Read the May Issue
Lewis Field Rolls Out the Red Carpet
Glenn's Lewis Field showcased its people, technology and facilities to more than 21,000 visitors during its open house on May 17 and 18.
› Read the June Issue
Plum Brook Welcomes Inquisitive Visitors
More than 13,000 people visited Plum Brook Station during its public open house on May 31 and June 1 in recognition of NASA's 50th Anniversary.
› Read the July Issue
Glenn Rewards for Exemplary Employee Efforts
Glenn celebrated its first annual Center Awards Ceremony on July 29. Pictured is the diverse crowd that came to cheer the honorees.
› Read the August Issue
Glenn Holds 2008 NASA Honor Awards Presentation
NASA Glenn cheers as employees receive NASA's highest honor.
› Read the September Issue
NASA's 50th Anniversary Activities Come to a Close
During special events held at Plum Brook Station and at Lewis Field, Glenn's 50th Anniversary Social and Morale Committee organized a "birthday" reception and recognition program to thank center employees for their involvement throughout the year.
› Read the October Issue (.pdf)
Ares I-X Segments Leave Center, Bound for Space Flight
The upper stage simulator for the Ares I–X test rocket, designed and built by NASA Glenn engineers and technicians, left the center last month to take a 12-day river journey bound for NASA Kennedy in Port Canaveral, Fla.
› Read the November Issue (.pdf)
Glenn Hardware Delivered to International Space Station
When the Space Shuttle Endeavour lifted off on Nov. 14, it carried two major pieces of Glenn-developed hardware, as well as four Glenn experiments.
› Read the December Issue (.pdf)