Nanette Hardin is the division manager of NASA programs at Leidos. In this interview with Federal News Radio’s Tom Temin, Hardin describes some of the work the company does in support of the ISS.
Harrison Schmitt, first scientist in space and former U.S. senator, said NASA was mostly oriented on a single goal during the Apollo program, and that’s what made it successful.
The Johnson Space Center’s Engineering Directorate has its hands full as NASA begins to ramp up toward a new era of spaceflight and exploration.
NASA is embarking on a new era of space exploration in which humans will travel deeper into the solar system than ever before. Its Gateway platform in lunar orbit will be the key to its plans.
NASA’S Goddard Space Flight Center scientists have to big projects in store that they hope will help us learn more about the sun and look further into space to learn how suns and galaxies formed just after the Big Bang.
NASA has always faced unique challenges among the federal community because of the nature of its mission. Now those challenges are extending to its IT modernization efforts.
While most people only think of the final few moments of a launching a NASA spacecraft, the full process spans two well-choreographed days.
NASA is taking an incremental approach to a potential Mars mission, with the proposed 2020 launch of its new Space Launch System as the next step in space exploration.
The Webb space telescope’s new launch date is March 2021. It will be larger than Hubble and 100 times better, according to NASA Program Manager Gregory Robinson.
The changing dynamic in space exploration is turning out to be mutually beneficial for both NASA and the companies with which it finds itself collaborating.