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Managing Complex Science Projects
Staying Focused on the Fundamentals
Maintaining Successful Projects During Policy Changes
Big Innovation from Small Teams
Stealing Success from the Jaws of Failure
Working with Nuts Running Loose
What My Career at NASA Has Taught Me
Storyteller Jay O'Callahan performed his "love letter" to NASA on October 7, 2010, at NASA Headquarters.
The goal of the new NASA Office of the Chief Technologist is to stimulate innovation, and mature and infuse technologies across NASA's missions.
Jay O'Callahan performed his "love letter" to NASA through the viewpoints of three main characters and a supporting cast.
Mike Sander discusses the history of Spacelab―the expectations and the realities―and the opportunities that human spaceflight places in front of the science community.
Phil Sumrall shares technical and management lessons learned from building the Constellation Program's Ares projects.
The greatest technical and engineering achievement of the Space Shuttle is the assembly and development of the International Space Station (ISS).
The shuttle program represented a dramatic departure from the launch and space vehicles of the preceding Apollo era.
This talk highlights microgravity experiments performed on the Space Shuttle ― from "very big science to very small science."
The shuttle program focused on routine access to low-Earth orbit, utilizing a high degree of reusability and higher flight rates.
How past and present Green efforts have improved NASA and mission success. (Olga Dominguez, NASA Headquarters)
What "Green" means and how Green principles are being inplemented at NASA's Ames Research Center. (Steve Zornetzer, NASA Ames Research Center)
Future of the Mars program.
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Lightning strike on the launch pad.
Faster, better, cheaper.
Tiny budget, spiraling requirements.
Test your project management skills.