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NASA Chief Scientist Goddard Space Flight Center James Garvin delivers remarks at the opening of 'Human 2 Mars Summit' at George Washington University in Washington on May 6, 2013.
We are pleased to support NASA GSFC in the maturation process of the HPGP thruster technology in the U.S.
The collaboration of NASA GSFC and ATK to validate HPGP thruster technology enables the development of green propellant options, which hold promise for demonstrating higher performance, cost-effectiveness and the reduction of health and safety impacts to personnel and the environmentMore quotes »
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NASA Advisory Council Science Committee; Astrophysics Subcommittee Meeting 16-17 July 2013
[Federal Register Volume 78, Number 116 (Monday, June 17, 2013)] [Notices] [Pages 36276-36277] From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov] [FR Doc No: 2013-14324] NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION [Notice from Space Ref Read more »
Black Hole's Guts Modeled in Supercomputer Simulation
This annotated image labels several features in the simulation, including the event horizon of the black hole. CREDIT: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/J. Schnittman, J. Krolik (JHU) and S. Noble (RIT) The inner workings of black holes are a bit cleare from Space.com Read more »
NASA Study Bridges the Gap Between Theory and Black Hole Observations
This annotated image labels several features in the simulation, including the event horizon of the black hole. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center A newly published study bridges the gap between theory and black hole observation, confirming how stellar-ma from SciTech Daily Read more »
Oceans Melt Antarctica's Ice from Below
The Antarctic ice sheet (shown here in a three-dimensional NASA image that exaggerates the vertical scale) is losing more ice from oceanic currents eating at it from below than from the breaking off of large blocks of ice. Image: NASA's Goddard Space Fli from Scientific American Read more »
NASA Seeks Partners to Reach New Audiences About The Future of Space and Aeronautics
NASA ANNOUNCEMENT: SEEKING PARTNERS TO COLLABORATE WITH NASA TO REACH NEW AUDIENCES IN INNOVATIVE WAYS ABOUT THE FUTURE OF U.S. SPACE ACTIVITIES AND AERONAUTICS Synopsis - Jun 13, 2013 General Information Solicitation Number: NNH13OCOM001O Posted Date: J from Space Ref Read more »