Roundup Reads

2020 Roundup Reads

Message from Mark Geyer on Unity and Launch

Message from Mark Geyer on Unity and Launch

By | May 26, 2020
NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission launches May 27th at 3:33 p.m. CT. CLICK HERE for coverage. JSC Director Mark Geyer shares his thoughts on the ... read more
Live Updates: DM-2 Delayed to Saturday for Weather

Live Updates: DM-2 Delayed to Saturday for Weather

By | May 22, 2020
This page will be updated periodically leading up to launch and throughout the mission; check back for ... read more
Meet the Two — the Crew of DM-2

Meet the Two — the Crew of DM-2

By Catherine Ragin Williams | May 21, 2020
On May 27, two explorers will embark on a mission to prove out SpaceX’s Crew Dragon, its commercial craft solution that will once more ... read more
Red, White, Blue ... and You: Johnson Cheers on DM-2

Red, White, Blue ... and You: Johnson Cheers on DM-2

By Catherine Ragin Williams | May 21, 2020
While NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley haven’t left the ground (yet), the excitement for #LaunchAmerica — the first ... read more
Everything You Need to Know About SpaceX DM-2

Everything You Need to Know About SpaceX DM-2

By Noah J. Michelsohn | May 19, 2020
On May 27, 2020 at 3:33 p.m. CDT Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will launch to the International Space Station on the first crewed test ... read more
Parenting & WFH — and What to Do About Summer

Parenting & WFH — and What to Do About Summer

By Anika Isaac | May 18, 2020
Being a working parent is anything but “business as usual now.” Many parents are finding that traditional telework is harder since ... read more
Then and Now: When Crews Last Launched from American Soil

Then and Now: When Crews Last Launched from American Soil

By Catherine Ragin Williams | May 18, 2020
On May 27, for the first time in nine years, American astronauts will launch from American soil into space. Their destination? The ... read more
Space Station 20th: Five Months Until Start of Expedition 1

Space Station 20th: Five Months Until Start of Expedition 1

By John Uri | May 17, 2020
Crew trains in U.S., Russia and Kazakhstan; Zvezda Service Module on track for July 2000 launch Activities to prepare for the first ... read more
45 Years Ago: U.S.-Soviet Docking Two Months Away

45 Years Ago: U.S.-Soviet Docking Two Months Away

By John Uri | May 17, 2020
Excitement continued to mount as only two months remained until the historic July 1975 handshake in space. The three American ... read more
My Day as a Flight Mechanics and Trajectory Design Engineer

My Day as a Flight Mechanics and Trajectory Design Engineer

By | May 14, 2020
Artemis I will be the first integrated mission of NASA’s deep space exploration systems: the Orion spacecraft, the Space Launch System ... read more
Faces Behind NASA’s Gateway

Faces Behind NASA’s Gateway

By | May 13, 2020
NASA is working across the country to build the Gateway, an outpost near the Moon that will support human missions on the lunar ... read more
Face it! Face Coverings are a Good Look

Face it! Face Coverings are a Good Look

By Catherine Ragin Williams | May 12, 2020
We’ve been socially distancing, and now we’ve added another weapon against COVID-19 to our arsenal: face coverings! Mandated in many ... view gallery
ISS20: Music on the International Space Station

ISS20: Music on the International Space Station

By John Uri | May 10, 2020
It was December 1965 and the crews of Gemini 6 and 7 had just completed the first rendezvous between two spacecraft, a critical step ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 14 and 15 Preparations

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 14 and 15 Preparations

By John Uri | May 7, 2020
… and catching up with the Apollo 13 astronauts after their return On May 7, 1970, NASA Administrator Thomas O. Paine announced that ... read more
Ready, Set, Robonauts: 24 Years of Impact

Ready, Set, Robonauts: 24 Years of Impact

By Jenna Foertsch | May 6, 2020
 24 years of developing engineers. 24 years of mentoring 118. 24 years of empowering students. Although the 2020 FIRST Robotics season ... read more
JSC Technology Catalog of New Technology Reports is Now Available!

JSC Technology Catalog of New Technology Reports is Now Available!

By | May 6, 2020
The JSC Technology Transfer Office (TTO) is releasing the second portion half of the 2019 JSC Catalog of New Technology Reports.  This ... read more
NASA Names Companies to Develop Human Landers for Artemis Moon Missions

NASA Names Companies to Develop Human Landers for Artemis Moon Missions

By | Apr 30, 2020
NASA has selected three U.S. companies to design and develop human landing systems (HLS) for the agency’s Artemis program, one of ... read more
We Asked, and You Showed Us — Your Office Space(s)

We Asked, and You Showed Us — Your Office Space(s)

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Apr 28, 2020
There are a ton of us working at kitchen tables these days ... which prompted the question: Where are you working these days? Swanky home ... view gallery
Special Viewings for the NASA Workforce of the "Apollo 13" Movie

Special Viewings for the NASA Workforce of the 'Apollo 13' Movie

By | Apr 27, 2020
The NASA workforce and their families will have two opportunities to collectively view the 1995 movie “Apollo 13” on Thursday, April ... read more
30 Years Ago: Hubble Launched to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe

30 Years Ago: Hubble Launched to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe

By John Uri | Apr 27, 2020
“Trying to do stellar observations from Earth is like trying to do birdwatching from the bottom of a lake.” - James B. Odom, Hubble ... read more
5 Ways to Celebrate #Hubble30

5 Ways to Celebrate #Hubble30

By Jenna Foertsch | Apr 24, 2020
Hubble, the world’s first space telescope, ignited a curiosity for the cosmos in us all when it was launched into space aboard the ... read more
Watch 4/22 JSC Virtual Town Hall

Watch 4/22 JSC Virtual Town Hall

By | Apr 23, 2020
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Forty Years Ago: Preparations Continue for the First Shuttle Flight

Forty Years Ago: Preparations Continue for the First Shuttle Flight

By John Uri | Apr 22, 2020
In April 1980, preparations to launch the first space shuttle continued. NASA hoped to launch STS-1, the first flight of Columbia, by ... read more
Starport Supports Johnson Space Center

Starport Supports Johnson Space Center

By Nicole Hernandez | Apr 21, 2020
As we all adapt to what has become a new normal way of life, the Starport team has been working diligently to adapt our services for ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Crew Returns to Houston

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Crew Returns to Houston

By John Uri | Apr 20, 2020
On April 17, 1970, Apollo 13 astronauts James A. Lovell, John L. “Jack” Swigert and Fred W. Haise splashed down in the Pacific Ocean ... read more
Celebrate Earth Day With a LEGO Build!

Celebrate Earth Day With a LEGO Build!

By | Apr 19, 2020
Feeling creative? Looking for a way to celebrate Earth Day at Home? For the 50th anniversary of this global celebration, we want to see ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Crew Returns Safely to Earth

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Crew Returns Safely to Earth

By John Uri | Apr 17, 2020
The crew of Apollo 13, Commander James A. Lovell, Command Module (CM) Pilot John L. “Jack” Swigert and Lunar Module (LM) Pilot ... read more
45 Years Ago: ASTP L-3 Months

45 Years Ago: ASTP L-3 Months

By John Uri | Apr 15, 2020
Preparations for the upcoming joint American-Soviet Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) continued in April 1975, with just three months ... read more
Artemis Generation: The Younger Generation’s Perspective

Artemis Generation: The Younger Generation’s Perspective

By Jenna Foertsch | Apr 14, 2020
It’s no secret that we are in a revolutionary era for human spaceflight. From a generation not directly influenced by watching Apollo ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: ‘Houston, We’ve Had a Problem’

Fifty Years Ago: ‘Houston, We’ve Had a Problem’

By John Uri | Apr 13, 2020
During their third day in space, the crew of Apollo 13, Commander James A. Lovell, Command Module (CM) Pilot John L. “Jack” Swigert ... read more
Microsoft Teams: Help and Resources

Microsoft Teams: Help and Resources

By Jaumarro Cuffee | Apr 10, 2020
In our current telework status, NASA is go for Teams. We knew that Skype for Business is to be decommissioned (date TBD), but working ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Off to the Moon

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Off to the Moon

By John Uri | Apr 9, 2020
The countdown for Apollo 13, the planned third Moon-landing mission aiming for a pinpoint touchdown in the Fra Mauro highlands, ... read more
Watch April 8 JSC Virtual Town Hall

Watch April 8 JSC Virtual Town Hall

By | Apr 9, 2020
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Co-Working ... with Pets!

Co-Working ... with Pets!

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Apr 8, 2020
YOU GUYS.We asked … and you delivered. (Thank you for that!) We wanted pics of your cutest, cuddliest, floofiest, (scaliest?) ... view gallery
Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 13!

Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 13!

By | Apr 6, 2020
As we rapidly approach the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13, NASA has curated a variety of resources to recognize the triumph of the mission ... read more
NASA, SpaceX Simulate Upcoming Crew Mission with Astronauts

NASA, SpaceX Simulate Upcoming Crew Mission with Astronauts

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Apr 2, 2020
Simulations for the second demonstration mission of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft show that NASA is on track to launch astronauts ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 and German Measles

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 and German Measles

By John Uri | Apr 1, 2020
Or, how a 3-year-old boy changed NASA’s plans for Apollo 13 The last few days before launch, Apollo crews typically finished up any ... read more
Coping with a Pandemic: EAP Town Hall with Jackie Reese

Coping with a Pandemic: EAP Town Hall with Jackie Reese

By | Apr 1, 2020
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Teleworkouts: Working Out While Working From Home

Teleworkouts: Working Out While Working From Home

By Jenna Foertsch | Mar 31, 2020
The Mechanisms, Maintenance and Crew Systems (CX4) Division within the Flight Operations Directorate at NASA’s Johnson Space Center is ... read more
EAP: Good Tidings of Comfort and Resources

EAP: Good Tidings of Comfort and Resources

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Mar 30, 2020
The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is novel to all of because whether you’re 4 or 84, Americans have never experienced a pandemic — and ... read more
NASA Awards Artemis Contract for Gateway Logistics Services

NASA Awards Artemis Contract for Gateway Logistics Services

By | Mar 27, 2020
NASA has selected SpaceX of Hawthorne, California, as the first U.S. commercial provider under the Gateway Logistics Services contract to ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Passes Countdown Test

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Passes Countdown Test

By John Uri | Mar 27, 2020
One of the final major milestones before any Apollo lunar mission consisted of the Countdown Demonstration Test (CDDT), conducted ... read more
Award is Music to the Ears of the Acoustics Sub-Working Group

Award is Music to the Ears of the Acoustics Sub-Working Group

By Shaneequa Vereen | Mar 26, 2020
This year’s Safe-in-Sound award for innovation in hearing-loss prevention goes to the Multilateral Medical Operations Panel ... read more
CineSpace Film Recognizes Research Trailblazer for Women’s History Month

CineSpace Film Recognizes Research Trailblazer for Women’s History Month

By | Mar 26, 2020
Selected as third-place winner and finalist during the Fifth Annual CineSpace 2019 film competition, “Mack Minded: Humanly Possible” is ... read more
UPDATE: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for JSC

UPDATE: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for JSC

By Center Management | Mar 26, 2020
Update: March 26: JSC's Center Leadership continues to work closely with NASA Headquarters and members of the JSC and White Sands ... read more
Virtual JSC Town Hall

Virtual JSC Town Hall

By | Mar 24, 2020
Join Center Director Mark Geyer and a leadership team from across the center as they address the questions submitted by JSC employees about ... read more
Microsoft Teams: How To and Best Practices

Microsoft Teams: How To and Best Practices

By Jenna Foertsch | Mar 24, 2020
Quick Resource: Want to know more about Teams? There’s a website for that.   Getting Started:   Create a Teams Meeting ... read more
Give Me SPACE!

Give Me SPACE!

By | Mar 19, 2020
As NASA Johnson Space Center employees, we all want our SPACE; but, in these extraordinary times, the SPACE we need now is more ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Three Weeks Before Launch

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Three Weeks Before Launch

By John Uri | Mar 18, 2020
With only three weeks remaining before their launch on April 11, 1970, the Apollo 13 prime crew of Commander James A. Lovell, Command ... read more
STEM Activities for Students at Home

STEM Activities for Students at Home

By | Mar 17, 2020
We understand that this is a challenging time for families in a time of school closures. In order to help keep students in a learning ... read more
45 Years Ago: ASTP Saturn Rolls to the Pad

45 Years Ago: ASTP Saturn Rolls to the Pad

By John Uri | Mar 17, 2020
The last in a long line of super successful Saturn rockets rolled out from the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to Launch Pad 39B at ... read more
Meet Kevin Fong, Creator of "13 Minutes to the Moon"

Meet Kevin Fong, Creator of '13 Minutes to the Moon'

By Noah J. Michelsohn | Mar 16, 2020
Last summer, as the world celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, Kevin Fong commemorated the historic moment ... read more
Ready, Set, Robonauts! Space Cowboys Break Records

Ready, Set, Robonauts! Space Cowboys Break Records

By Jenna Foertsch | Mar 15, 2020
This is part II of a Roundup Reads series, Ready, Set, Robonauts! NASA Johnson Space Center’s in-house team, The Robonauts, competed ... read more
NASA Selects First Science Instruments to Send to Gateway

NASA Selects First Science Instruments to Send to Gateway

By | Mar 11, 2020
NASA has selected the first two scientific investigations to fly aboard the Gateway, an orbital outpost that will support Artemis lunar ... read more
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 One Month to Launch

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 One Month to Launch

By John Uri | Mar 11, 2020
One month remained until the launch of Apollo 13, NASA’s third planned lunar-landing mission. The prime crew of Commander James A. ... read more
#IWD2020 — Now With Video!

#IWD2020 — Now With Video!

By | Mar 9, 2020
Thank you for participating and making International Women's Day at JSC a huge success! Take some time to view the on-demand recording of ... read more
ISS20th: Women and the International Space Station

ISS20th: Women and the International Space Station

By John Uri | Mar 8, 2020
Celebrating International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month “A bird cannot fly with one wing only. Human spaceflight cannot ... read more
Pioneering Flight Surgeon Dr. Charles Berry Dies at 96

Pioneering Flight Surgeon Dr. Charles Berry Dies at 96

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Mar 6, 2020
On Saturday, Feb. 29, Dr. Charles “Chuck” A. Berry died at 96 years old. Berry, a NASA physician who helped select the country’s ... read more
Peep the Gallery: #IWD2020

Peep the Gallery: #IWD2020

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Mar 4, 2020
Leading up to the official observance of International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8, NASA Johnson Space Center team ... view gallery
ISS20th: Long-Duration Missions

ISS20th: Long-Duration Missions

By John Uri | Mar 4, 2020
Space stations provide the capability to support long-duration human spaceflights and the research needed to study the effects ... read more
OCHCO Presents: Brene Brown at JSC on Thursday!

OCHCO Presents: Brene Brown at JSC on Thursday!

By | Mar 2, 2020
NASA’s Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer is thrilled to invite all employees to hear Brené Brown’s presentation on Daring ... read more
Meet Ryan Prouty

Meet Ryan Prouty

By Noah J. Michelsohn | Mar 1, 2020
When NASA Johnson Space Center Director Mark Geyer announced a new vision statement in 2019, he envisioned the future of human ... read more
Meet OSTEM’s ‘Woman in Science’ Dr. Beverly Girten

Meet OSTEM’s ‘Woman in Science’ Dr. Beverly Girten

By Shannon Olsen | Feb 28, 2020
NASA’s Office of STEM Engagement, or OSTEM, aims to engage students in NASA’s mission with an emphasis on the four pillars of STEM: science, ... read more
All Trails Lead to Johnson Space Center

All Trails Lead to Johnson Space Center

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Feb 27, 2020
Sandwiched between vestiges of the Old West and evidence of humanity’s reach into the solar system, the Texas Independence Trail Ride ... view gallery
SpaceX Demo-2 Prep Heats Up

SpaceX Demo-2 Prep Heats Up

By | Feb 26, 2020
While the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft that will launch its first crew from American soil is already at the launch site, the NASA ... read more
Safety is No Accident, Survey Open Now!

Safety is No Accident, Survey Open Now!

By Office of Safety and Mission Assurance | Feb 25, 2020
JSC Team,We are approaching an exciting moment in our nation’s history as we prepare to launch three new vehicles that will send American ... read more
Vice President Sees Acceleration to Artemis at Langley

Vice President Sees Acceleration to Artemis at Langley

By | Feb 24, 2020
Vice President Mike Pence, chair of the National Space Council, and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine got a glimpse Feb. 19 into how ... read more
Not All (HEO) Heroes Wear Capes

Not All (HEO) Heroes Wear Capes

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Feb 20, 2020
Capes are decidedly missing from all the portraits lining Douglas Loverro’s Twitter feed highlighting who he believes are ... read more
ISS20th: Cygnus Spacecraft Honors Robert Lawrence

ISS20th: Cygnus Spacecraft Honors Robert Lawrence

By John Uri | Feb 19, 2020
On Jan. 20, 2020, as the nation celebrated civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, Northrup Grumman announced ... read more
Roundup Presents: Ready, Set, Robonauts!

Roundup Presents: Ready, Set, Robonauts!

By Jenna Foertsch | Feb 18, 2020
NASA’s Johnson Space Center is not only the home of human spaceflight, but also home base for one of the world’s best robotics teams. The ... read more
Sylvia Ramirez Recognized for Strengthening NASA’s Emergency Communications

Sylvia Ramirez Recognized for Strengthening NASA’s Emergency Communications

By | Feb 14, 2020
On Jan. 29, Radio Communications Officer Sylvia Ramirez was presented a special recognition award by NASA Johnson Space Center’s ... read more
Forty Years Ago: Preparations for STS-1

Forty Years Ago: Preparations for STS-1

By John Uri | Feb 14, 2020
Space Shuttle Columbia arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center from its North American Rockwell Corporation manufacturing facility in ... read more
Show Your Love with NASA Valentine"s Day Cards!

Show Your Love with NASA Valentine's Day Cards!

By | Feb 13, 2020
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Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Two Months from Launch

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Two Months from Launch

By John Uri | Feb 12, 2020
The Apollo 13 prime crew of Commander James A. Lovell, Command Module Pilot Thomas K. Mattingly and Lunar Module (LM) Pilot Fred W. ... read more
Key Takeaways: Massive Budget Announcement

Key Takeaways: Massive Budget Announcement

By Jenna Foertsch | Feb 10, 2020
On Monday February 10, the White House Office of Management and Budget released the President's FY 2021 budget request for federal agencies, ... read more
Rock the Boots! Texas Independence Trail Ride - Feb. 25

Rock the Boots! Texas Independence Trail Ride - Feb. 25

By Lisa Gurgos | Feb 9, 2020
The Texas Independence Trail Ride will arrive at NASA’s Johnson Space Center on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The ride will leave from I-45 and ... read more
Student Scientists Get an Invitation That is Out of This World

Student Scientists Get an Invitation That is Out of This World

By Jennifer Hernandez | Feb 7, 2020
SPOCS is the name, flying student research to the International Space Station is the game. Even astronauts are talking about it! In ... read more
Snapshot: NASA’s Day of Remembrance

Snapshot: NASA’s Day of Remembrance

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Feb 6, 2020
On Jan. 30, the NASA Johnson Space Center team honored the men and women whose lives were lost serving the nation’s space program — the ... view gallery
D.C. Students Treated to Postflight Event with Astronauts

D.C. Students Treated to Postflight Event with Astronauts

By Shannon Olsen | Feb 6, 2020
Middle school students from Washington Global Public Charter School visited the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., on ... read more
10 Ways Christina Koch Will Need to Readjust to Earth After 328 Days in Space

10 Ways Christina Koch Will Need to Readjust to Earth After 328 Days in Space

By Courtney Beasley | Feb 5, 2020
Living in space presents some unexpected and interesting realities. During one day on the International Space Station, the sun rises and ... read more
ISS20th: Celebrating Birthdays on Station

ISS20th: Celebrating Birthdays on Station

By John Uri | Feb 4, 2020
So far, astronauts and cosmonauts have celebrated 81 birthdays aboard the International Space Station (ISS) — an average of about four per ... read more
Christina Koch’s 10 coolest pictures from her 10 months in space

Christina Koch’s 10 coolest pictures from her 10 months in space

By Jenna Foertsch | Feb 3, 2020
After 10 months of shattering records, NASA Astronaut Christina Koch will be returning home from the International Space Station on February ... read more
Christina Koch Shares Most Memorable Moments in Space

Christina Koch Shares Most Memorable Moments in Space

By Jennifer Hernandez | Jan 31, 2020
Now in her final days on the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Christina Koch will return home Feb. 6 after 328 continuous ... read more
ISS20th: Expedition 1 Crew Named

ISS20th: Expedition 1 Crew Named

By John Uri | Jan 30, 2020
During a Jan. 30, 1996, press conference in Washington, D.C., U.S. Vice President Albert A. “Al” Gore and Russian Prime Minister ... read more
JSC"s Day of Remembrance—Jan. 30—a Date to Remember

JSC's Day of Remembrance—Jan. 30—a Date to Remember

By | Jan 29, 2020
At noon CST on Jan. 30, NASA will commemorate the men and women lost in the agency's space exploration program by celebrating their ... read more
NASA Determines Australian Meteor Crater is the Oldest Known

NASA Determines Australian Meteor Crater is the Oldest Known

By Charlie Plain | Jan 28, 2020
The Earth is pocked with roughly 190 major meteor craters, yet scientists only know the age of just a few. Recently, A NASA scientist ... read more
How We Are Going to the Moon in 5 Minutes

How We Are Going to the Moon in 5 Minutes

By | Jan 27, 2020
Do you have 5 minutes? If you do - we have some awesome information to share about how we are going forward to the Moon with Artemis!... read more
ISS20th: Historical Origins of Space Station

ISS20th: Historical Origins of Space Station

By John Uri | Jan 23, 2020
“Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot live in a cradle forever.” Perhaps the most famous quote attributed to Russian space ... read more
Third Spacewalk Featuring Meir and Koch Upgrades Power Systems

Third Spacewalk Featuring Meir and Koch Upgrades Power Systems

By Mark Garcia | Jan 22, 2020
On Jan. 20, Expedition 61 Flight Engineers Jessica Meir and Christina Koch of NASA concluded their third spacewalk together. During ... read more
It’s MAJOR! NASA, SpaceX Complete Final Flight Test of Crew Dragon

It’s MAJOR! NASA, SpaceX Complete Final Flight Test of Crew Dragon

By | Jan 21, 2020
NASA and SpaceX completed a launch escape demonstration of the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft and Falcon 9 rocket on Jan. 19. This ... read more
SpaceX Crew Dragon In-Flight Abort Viewing Details

SpaceX Crew Dragon In-Flight Abort Viewing Details

By | Jan 17, 2020
1/16 Update: Early weather reports positive for SpaceX In-Flight Abort Test With the launch of SpaceX’s in-flight abort demonstration three ... read more
The Interns are Coming! (Here’s How to Help)

The Interns are Coming! (Here’s How to Help)

By Abel Morelos | Jan 16, 2020
Exploring the extraordinary every day sounds like lots of fun — and it is — but it’s not always an easy task for NASA interns. There ... read more
Elementary Kids Reach for Infinity—and Beyond

Elementary Kids Reach for Infinity—and Beyond

By Catherine Ragin Williams | Jan 14, 2020
Texas elementary kids participating in extracurricular aerospace education programs took off for the Red Planet on Nov. 15 and ... read more
Peep the Graduates!

Peep the Graduates!

By | Jan 13, 2020
NASA welcomed 11 new astronauts to its ranks Jan. 10. The new astronauts successfully completed more than two years of required ... view gallery
Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Launch Date Reset

Fifty Years Ago: Apollo 13 Launch Date Reset

By John Uri | Jan 13, 2020
Following a highly successful 1969 that saw four Apollo missions, including the first human Moon landing, 1970 began on a less ... read more
Newest Astronauts to Graduate Friday

Newest Astronauts to Graduate Friday

By | Jan 8, 2020
The newest class of astronauts, consisting of 11 NASA candidates and two Canadian Space Agency (CSA) candidates, are set to graduate later ... read more
Update on Boeing’s Orbital Flight Test

Update on Boeing’s Orbital Flight Test

By Marie Lewis | Jan 7, 2020
From NASA CCP Blog:NASA and Boeing are in the process of establishing a joint, independent investigation team to examine the primary issues ... read more
My Day as a Test Director

My Day as a Test Director

By | Jan 6, 2020
Before NASA sends materials to space, it is important to ensure that the materials are safe for use in space. Part of this safety testing ... read more
JSC Comes Together for a Holiday Launch

JSC Comes Together for a Holiday Launch

By | Jan 6, 2020
Before JSC celebrated the holidays, the team came together to celebrate the Orbital Flight Test of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner. Check out ... view gallery
100 Years Ago: Space Artist Robert McCall Born

100 Years Ago: Space Artist Robert McCall Born

By John Uri | Jan 2, 2020
Dec. 23, 2019, marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of space artist Robert T. “Bob” McCall. Born in Columbus, Ohio, McCall ... read more