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NACA to NASA to Now

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By Roger D. Launius NACA to NASA to Now: The Frontiers of Air and Space in the American Century tells the…

A History of Near-Earth Objects Research

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By Erik M. Conway, Donald K. Yeomans, and Meg Rosenburg In 2016, NASA took on a new responsibility: defending our planet…

A Researcher’s Guide to: Technology Demonstration

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June 2022 Edition By Ousmane Diallo, Ph.D., et. al. The ISS Program aims to demonstrate technologies on the space station where…

The Wind and Beyond

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The airplane ranks as one of history’s most ingenious and phenomenal inventions. It has surely been one of the most…

NASA’s New Hubble E-Book Takes Readers on a Journey to Curious Worlds

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope team has released a new edition in the Hubble Focus e-book series, called “Hubble Focus: Strange…

NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center’s Contributions to the Space Shuttle Program

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Edited by Christian Gelzer NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center’s Contributions to the Space Shuttle Program, edited by NASA historian Christian…

50 Years of Solar System Exploration: Historical Perspectives

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Edited by Linda Billings NASA’s first successful mission to another planet, Mariner 2 to Venus in 1962, marked the beginning…

A Researcher’s Guide to: Microbial Research

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July 2021 Edition By Audrie A. Colorado, Ph.D. Sarah L. Castro-Wallace, Ph.D. C. Mark Ott, Ph.D. Significant strides to define…

Not Yet Imagined: A Study of Hubble Space Telescope Operations

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By Christopher Gainor The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is the most famous astronomical instrument of its time and one of…