NASA is investing in ways to revolutionize space exploration and impact the efficiency and effectiveness of the agency's capabilities.
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Robots that rappel, hop or lower themselves by tether into Martian skylights could reshape the hunt for life beyond Earth.
NASA's chief technologist saw numerous innovations including heat shields made from lunar and Martian soil and plants grown in space.
A vodcast of questions and answers from the NASA MEDLI Team Members.
NASA Deputy Chief Technologist Jim Adams at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex talking to the public about Entry, Descent and Landing following Curiosity’s successful arrival on Mars.
IRVE-3 will test inflatable heat shield technology that could transform planetary exploration.
NASA Chief Technologist Mason Peck testifies before the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics.
NASA and partners will discuss innovations that could address waste management problems on Earth and in long-duration spaceflight.
Administrator Bolden is shown a demo of an Air Traffic Management System, an example of a NASA technology spinoff.