AeroSpace Frontiers 2009 Archive
Glenn Expertise Earns Software of the Year Honor
A team of engineers--three from NASA Glenn and one from Boeing Phantom Works--has earned NASA's 2008 Software of the Year Award.
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Forum Addresses Cultural Improvement Activities
Cultural Improvement Forum updates employees on activities underway to help build a stronger, healthier work environment.
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Glenn Aerospace Engineer Wins Federal Idol Contest
Paul Senick took first place in the North Coast Combined Federal Campaign's Federal Idol contest on Jan. 15. Dan Paxson earned a spot in the Top 20 Finalists.
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KRIS Center Offers Synergistic Approach to Resources
Glenn's new Knowledge Resources and Information Services Center brings together knowledge-based resources into one convenient location.
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WING, Today@Glenn Gets a Face-Lift
Web Intranet at Glenn (WING) and Today@Glenn Web sites get a new look and feel.
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STS-119 Crew Excites Employees, Local Students During Visit
Members of the STS–119 crew shared mission experiences and created special memories for center employees and more than 450 NASA Explorer School students at mission briefings conducted at NASA Glenn on May 7.
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Celebrating Apollo 11's 40th Anniversary
AeroSpace Frontiers celebrates Apollo 11's success, highlights some of NASA Glenn's contributions to the Apollo program and brings to life a new vision for exploration under the Constellation Program.
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Guerin Management Center Opens
On July 13, Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr. welcomed the addition of the Guerin Management Center built on the site of the original Guerin House at Lewis Field.
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Bolden and Garver Want NASA to Make a Difference
NASA's new Administrator Charles Bolden and Deputy Administrator Lori Garver talked with staff and toured facilities during their first official visit to NASA Glenn.
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Ares I-X Set to Launch
The Ares I–X rocket is targeted to launch on Oct. 27 at NASA Kennedy Space Center as the first flight test of the Ares I crew launch vehicle, a major part of NASA's Constellation Program. NASA Glenn has played an important role in the project.
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Administrator Gathers Senior Leaders for Summit
Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr. shared highlights of NASA Executive Summit with Administrator Charles Bolden and Deputy Administrator Lori Garver.
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Center Celebrates Ares I–X Achievement
During Glenn's Ares I–X Center Celebration, Center Director Dr. Woodrow Whitlow Jr. reflected on how employees across the center came together to produce the upper stage simulator.
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