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The AeroSpace Frontiers newsletter highlights the accomplishments and activities of NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. Published with Glenn’s staff, partners, and collaborators in mind, each monthly issue features news about how Glenn revolutionizes air travel, advances space exploration, and improves life on Earth.

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From Center Director Dr. James Kenyon

Welcoming Onsite Partners 

As NASA’s missions evolve and the boundaries of exploration expand, NASA Glenn’s facilities and infrastructure must evolve as well. While looking for ways to reduce costs, we recognized an opportunity to increase usage of underutilized facilities, expand partnerships, and elevate innovation. I’m pleased to announce that Glenn is using Enhanced Use Lease authority to open our gates for industry, academia, or other government agencies to use Glenn land and facilities in support of NASA’s mission and the broader aerospace community.  

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NASA Glenn Center Director Dr. James Kenyon leads a workforce of over 3,000.
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NASA Licenses 3D-Printable Superalloy to Benefit US Economy

NASA’s investment in a breakthrough superalloy developed for the extreme temperatures and harsh conditions of air and spaceflight is on…

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First Test Run at the Center

On May 8, 1942, the first test was conducted at the NACA’s Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory (today, NASA’s Glenn Research Center) in Cleveland.

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NASA Uses Small Engine to Enhance Sustainable Jet Research

Located inside a high-tech NASA laboratory in Cleveland is something you could almost miss at first glance: a small-scale, fully…

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