AeroSpace Frontiers 2012 Archive
End of Year All Hands
Center Director Ray Lugo gathered together employees to thank them for their hard work over 2011 and to look ahead to 2012.
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Astronaut Cady Coleman Reaches Out to Clevelanders
Catherine "Cady" Coleman, a veteran of two space shuttle missions and a 6-month expedition aboard the International Space Station, visits Cleveland and shares life as an astronaut.
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Hardware Bound for Space Station
On Feb. 13, NASA Glenn waved goodbye to its Space Communications and Navigation Testbed. Hundreds of employees from across the center dedicated the past 5 years to the project.
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Cleveland Celebrates John Glenn's Anniversary of Flight
On March 2, an audience of nearly 3,000 gathered in Cleveland to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first orbital flight around Earth by an American.
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Glenn, FAA Advance Secured Wireless Data Communications
Long-term collaborative effort reaches important milestone.
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Center Director Reviews Timely Issues at All Hands
Director Ray Lugo recently briefed employees on their roles and responsibilities in the areas of a new communications strategy, telework arrangement and partisan election campaigns.
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Learning a lot from the Dot
NASA Glenn offered several opportunities on June 5 to create awareness of a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event called the Transit of Venus.
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Glenn's SCaN Testbed Launched from Japan
NASA Glenn employees and the public gathered to celebrate the launch of the Space Communications and Navigation Testbed to the International Space Station on July 20.
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Glenn Generates Excitement for Mars Curiosity Rover
For nearly 72 hours prior to its much-anticipated landing, the Mars Curiosity rover was the focus of several NASA Glenn community events designed to celebrate NASA's mission to the surface of Mars.
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International Space Station: What's Up There?
Julie Robinson, program scientist for the International Space Station, visited NASA Glenn last month to affirm the benefits and expand employees' knowledge of this great orbiting research laboratory.
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Cyber Security Begins and Ends With You
NASA Glenn's Cyber Security Awareness Day on Oct. 11 reinforced everyone's responsibility in ensuring a safe, secure and resilient cyber environment at work and home.
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NASA Decommissions Reactor Facility
NASA Glenn has completed the decommissioning of the Plum Brook Reactor Facility (PBRF) and received site license termination from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
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