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NASA Flies Students on DC-8 to Study Air Quality

June 30, 2022

A group of university students and mentors flew aboard NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center’s DC-8 aircraft to study air quality as part of NASA’s Student Airborne Research Program (SARP). Full report from NASA: Read More

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NASA’s Advanced Air Mobility Mission Researches Noise

June 27, 2022

When the public thinks about the addition of drones, air taxis, or new cargo delivery aircraft, noise is a common concern. Will these aircraft buzz over housing areas? Add to noise pollution? NASA is working to help make sure when these innovative new aircraft join the airspace, they are quiet. Full report from NASA: Read…

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NASA App Welcomes Space Launch System Augmented Reality Model

June 16, 2022

Before NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket launches the agency’s Artemis I mission to the Moon, it will debut on your mobile device! SLS has joined an array of augmented reality virtual 3D models in the NASA app, available for download free of charge. Full report from NASA: Read More

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NASA Names Winners in Waste to Base Materials Challenge

June 8, 2022

The Waste to Base Materials Challenge: Sustainable Reprocessing in Space launched in January 2022 and NASA has now selected the winning solutions. Full report from NASA: Read More

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The Small Businesses Behind CAPSTONE Are Paving Our Path to the Moon

June 7, 2022

When CAPSTONE launches, it will demonstrate the advantages of NASA’s investments in small business collaborations and represent a starting point for the next stage of lunar exploration. Full report from NASA: Read More

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Media Resources for CAPSTONE

June 3, 2022

Media Resources for CAPSTONE Full report from NASA: Read More

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CubeSat Set to Demonstrate NASA’s Fastest Laser Link from Space

May 24, 2022

NASA’s TeraByte InfraRed Delivery (TBIRD) payload will showcase the high-data-rate capabilities of laser communications from a CubeSat in low-Earth orbit. At 200 gigabits per second (Gbps), TBIRD will downlink data at the highest optical rate ever achieved by NASA. Full report from NASA: Read More

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Advanced Air Mobility Aims to Shorten Travel Time

May 24, 2022

In cities like Los Angeles or Atlanta, traffic often determines how early we wake up to travel to work, what time we plan to meet friends for dinner, or how long it will take to get to the airport. Full report from NASA: Read More

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Science of Sound: NASA Examines Advanced Air Mobility Noise

May 24, 2022

Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) will provide new air transportation options, but in order for these future-generation aircraft to share our skies, they must be quiet. NASA is working toward that goal, developing design tools manufacturers can use to reduce noise impacts. Full report from NASA: Read More

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A Lunar Orbit That’s Just Right for the International Gateway

May 24, 2022

A Lunar Orbit That’s Just Right for the International Gateway Full report from NASA: Read More

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