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A NASA challenge grant program brings up 13 promising ideas

Federal News Network’s Tom Temin spoke with program deputy executive John Nelson, and acting program executive Mike LaPointe to learn more about NASA’s…

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Richard Eldridge, Air ForceAir Force Research Lab Brings the 'Heat' to COVID-19

Air Force Research Lab creates a new approach to situational awareness in space

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For agencies, limited resources are a major challenge to scaling workforce innovations

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Concerns over NASA’s SEWP VI small business strategy come to surface

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FILE - The NASA moon rocket stands on Pad 39B before the Artemis 1 mission to orbit the moon at the Kennedy Space Center, Sept. 2, 2022, in Cape Canaveral, Fla.  It’s not just rocket fuel propelling America’s first moonshot after a half-century lull. Rivalry with China’s space program is helping drive NASA’s effort to get back into space in a big way. That's as both nations push to put people back on the moon and establish the first lunar bases. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File)

GAO: NASA’s Artemis 3 moon landing timeline unrealistic

The closer NASA gets to returning to the moon, the farther away the moon seems to move. Contractors on the Artemis 3 project are having trouble with some…

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An astronaut turned NASA executive calls it a career

In 38 years at NASA, today’s Federal Drive guest has done lots of things. As an astronaut, he flew three space missions, commanding two of them. He oversaw…

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At NASA, ‘data fuels everything we do’ – like a return to the moon

Chief Data Officer David Salvagnini says NASA’s Artemis mission depends on its wealth of scientific data — including data from the Apollo missions more than a half-century ago.

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