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Worth Watching: 'AMS: The Fight for Flight'
May 25, 2018
NASA's "AMS: The Fight for Flight" documentary is now available. Find broadcast times and watch on NASA TV. It's ...
Sally Ride commemorated on a Forever stamp
May 24, 2018
Sally Ride, America’s first woman in space, a pioneering astronaut, brilliant physicist and dedicated educator who inspired the ...
Orion program invites JSC team to All Hands
May 22, 2018
With support from organizations across Johnson Space Center, the Orion Program is flying two critical flight tests within two years and is ...
Johnson, local industries recognized for economic impact
May 17, 2018
The Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) Awards are some of the most prestigious honors in the technology transfer field, given out in ...
Starport is changing (and they have an open house to show it)
May 16, 2018
Starport is ever evolving, and they have made some recent renovations, updates and program additions that many will appreciate. To get ...
Warbirds take to the skies during annual gathering
May 16, 2018
On April 28, pilots from all across Texas assembled at the Building 14 antenna range at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, taking over ...
Joreen Lee receives Diversity Excellence Award
May 15, 2018
The Federal Asian Pacific American Council (FAPAC) announced the winners of the 2018 FAPAC Civilian Awards in recognition of ...
Mark Geyer selected as Johnson Space Center director
May 14, 2018
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has announced that Mark Geyer has been selected as the next director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center ...
An out-of-this-world simulation—right here, right now
May 10, 2018
HERA Campaign 4, Mission 5 (XVII) is underway The crew members of NASA Johnson Space Center’s newest Human Exploration Research ...
May 9, 2018
This week, NASA’s Johnson Space Center reflects on how simple—but, nevertheless, how important—a thank you ...
Houston Texans’ star JJ Watt surprises Ellen Ochoa
May 8, 2018
If pictures are worth a thousand words, the expression we didn’t get to see on NASA Johnson Space Center Director Ellen Ochoa’s ...
Worth watching: Genes in Space
May 8, 2018
On May 10, Boeing will host a televised downlink with NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Scott Tingle at Space Center Houston, NASA Johnson ...
Johnson Director Ellen Ochoa elected to Vice Chair of National Science Board
May 4, 2018
On May 4, the National Science Board (NSB Board), the governing body of the National Science Foundation (NSF), announced a new chair and ...
Worth watching: HERA XVII Ingress May 4
May 3, 2018
NASA’s Johnson Space Center will hold a Facebook Live event May 4 from 7:20 to 7:35 p.m. for the Human Exploration Research Analog ...
RITF shows high school students about fiber optics
May 2, 2018
The training room at NASA Johnson Space Center’s Receiving, Inspection and Test Facility (RITF) is usually crowded with NASA ...
Downlink showcases teachers on Earth—and off
May 2, 2018
The children at Brookwood Elementary had anything but library voices while waiting for a call from the International Space Station to come ...
NASA sets sights on May 5 launch of InSight Mars mission
Apr 30, 2018
NASA’s next mission to Mars, Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight), is scheduled to ...
NASA Flight Surgeon promoted to U.S. Air Force Major General
Apr 27, 2018
Josef Schmid, a Flight Surgeon at NASA’s Johnson Space Center, has a résumé filled with incredible accomplishments and ...
Little-known piece of NASA history
Apr 26, 2018
Members of Gallaudet 11 visit NASA’s Johnson Space Center The year is 1964, and NASA is in the height of the Space Race. Spacecraft ...
Back to (nucleic) bases
Apr 25, 2018
Johnson Space Center celebrates National DNA Day with genomics research April 25 is National DNA Day, and this year NASA’s Johnson ...
Jim Bridenstine sworn in as NASA Administrator
Apr 19, 2018
On April 19, Rep. Jim Bridenstine was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the 13th Administrator for NASA. He was sworn in on April ...
NASA celebrates contractors for safe practices
Apr 18, 2018
How does NASA and its industry partners keep their employees safe? Some organizations use inspections. Some use toolboxes. And some use ...
Chili with a side of antics
Apr 17, 2018
On April 7, the 40th Annual JSC Chili Cookoff at the Gilruth provided a festive—and unseasonably chilly—backdrop for ...
Five things to know about the restoration of the Apollo MCC
Apr 16, 2018
You’ve heard rumblings about the historic Apollo Mission Control Center (MCC) restoration, but here’s what you really need to ...
New NASA e-book offers inside look at station flight controllers
Apr 13, 2018
Behind every great space mission is a great flight control team. Since Nov. 2, 2000, humans have been living in space continuously aboard ...
Large outreach visit entertains, educates local students
Apr 13, 2018
On April 6, 16 NASA Johnson Space Center interns and one additional team member participated in an intern-organized outreach event sponsored ...
Astronaut Drew Feustel honors Holocaust Remembrance Day
Apr 12, 2018
Astronaut Drew Feustel, who is currently living and working aboard the International Space Station, took with him to space a copy of a ...
Expedition 54 breaks previous records for research
Apr 10, 2018
Congratulations to Expedition 54 on achieving a new record! During Week 24 of their mission, the team completed more than 100 hours of ...
Latest All Hands features JSC 2.018 and more
Apr 9, 2018
On April 3, NASA Johnson Space Center Director Ellen Ochoa and Acting Deputy Director Melanie Saunders presented an all-hands event focused ...
C2M: Legal Office walks on the wilder side with Center Ops
Apr 5, 2018
As part of NASA Johnson Space Center’s recent upswing in activities to Connect to the Mission (C2M), Johnson’s Legal Office went ...
Johnson team readying Orion for abort flight test
Mar 29, 2018
NASA Johnson Space Center’s team of human spaceflight experts are used to designing spacecraft, planning missions and training crew, ...
Johnson hosts information day on PRA for oil and gas
Mar 28, 2018
What does NASA have to offer the oil and gas industry in regards to risk calculation and management? A lot, it turns out. NASA ...
Looking for a few good flight directors
Mar 27, 2018
NASA accepting applications for mission control leaders How would you like to sit at the helm of human spaceflight, responsible for the ...
New launch window under review for Webb
Mar 27, 2018
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope currently is undergoing final integration and test phases that will require more time to ensure a ...
Two NASA astronauts among crew heading to station
Mar 21, 2018
Three crew members, including NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold, are on their way to the International Space Station after ...
A bit of egress success
Mar 21, 2018
After 45 days, the latest Human Research Exploration Analog (HERA) crew has egressed their habitat to rejoin the outside world. The study ...
Johnson in bloom
Mar 20, 2018
Though March 20 officially heralds spring on the calendar, the flowers are minding their own internal clocks at NASA’s Johnson Space ...
Unfolding at Johnson: MgUE
Mar 15, 2018
Ten teams of teachers and students from across the country are travelling to NASA’s Johnson Space Center to test an ...
C2M: Planes (but no trains) and a test article
Mar 7, 2018
With two recent opportunities to Connect to the Mission (C2M), JSC 2.0 style, NASA’s Johnson Space Center was serious about putting ...
The planet hunter—launching April 16
Mar 6, 2018
NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is targeted to launch no earlier than 5:32 p.m. CST April 16 on a SpaceX Falcon 9 ...
Meet the women of curation
Mar 5, 2018
In honor of Women's History Month, meet the women of curation. This article is a reprint from the last issue of the Roundup ...
AA-2 is here: Everything you need to know
Mar 5, 2018
March 2 marks the arrival of the Orion crew module. It portends an exciting time for the Johnson Space Center team, who will begin ...
NASA: 60 and counting
Mar 2, 2018
In 2018, NASA will mark the 60th anniversary of its establishment as a U.S. government agency. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed ...
Worth watching: Briarhill downlink goes over the top
Mar 1, 2018
“Routine” for NASA usually translates to out of this world and, therefore, still not quite commonplace. But though what we do ...
Touchdown! Three Exp. 54 crewmates back on Earth
Mar 1, 2018
Three members of the Expedition 54 crew aboard the International Space Station, including NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Joe Acaba, have ...
A tradition steeped in cuteness
Feb 28, 2018
The Texas Independence Trail Ride trekked through NASA’s Johnson Space Center on Feb. 20, bringing with it tradition, history, ...
#StateofNASA 2018 opens doors—literally
Feb 26, 2018
On Feb. 12, NASA and its field centers threw open the doors to social media followers and the news media during a “State of ...
New wearable technology takes on the human shoulder
Feb 21, 2018
You’ve heard of NASA’s X1 robotic exoskeleton, right? It’s the robot a human can wear over their body to either assist or ...
At long last—final, commemorative Roundup
Feb 12, 2018
Let's get digital! The Roundup brand is now in action, bringing clean, simple and integrated internal communications ...
Ringing in the new Roundup
Feb 5, 2018
It’s a new year—and a new chapter for Roundup. Johnson Space Center internal communications products have been unified as a ...
Exploring an asteroid ... without leaving Earth
Feb 4, 2018
Hop on NASA's Tumblr account to see how Human Research Exploration Analog (HERA) crew members will explore an asteroid from ...
Outreach effort feeds students’ hunger for space and STEM
Feb 2, 2018
Thanks to a collaboration with Johnson Space Center’s External Relations Office, Speaker’s Bureau volunteer and former Apollo ...
Revenge of the super blue blood moon
Jan 31, 2018
It may sound like the name of a horror flick, but the celestial show on Jan. 31 of the super blue blood moon (#SuperBlueBloodMoon for the ...
ERO casting call - connecting to the mission
Jan 24, 2018
Want to help bring NASA’s story to the world? Johnson Space Center's External Relations Office (ERO) is looking for new faces and ...
Look and learn: First All Hands of 2018
Jan 22, 2018
At the first All Hands of 2018 on Jan. 19, Johnson Space Center Director Ellen Ochoa delved into topics such as current missions, ...
Exploration Mission-1 now has a patch
Jan 19, 2018
You can now envision Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1) through art. The new EM-1 patch showcases the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket ...
Updated crew lineup announced for space station
Jan 19, 2018
NASA announced an addition to the NASA lineup for upcoming launches and made changes to some assignments for International Space ...
Trusty Apollo Lunar Module led the way for Moon landings
Jan 18, 2018
The Apollo Lunar Module (LM), built by the Grumman Corporation in Bethpage, New York, was the vehicle that would take two astronauts down to ...
Dragon ends mission with a splash
Jan 15, 2018
The SpaceX Dragon was released from the International Space Station on Jan. 13 at 3:58 a.m. CST, splashing into the Pacific Ocean at 9:37 ...
Hot off the presses: Commercial Crew Program target test flight dates
Jan 11, 2018
The next generation of American spacecraft and rockets that will launch astronauts to the International Space Station are nearing the final ...
NASA deep space exploration systems look ahead to action-packed 2018
Jan 11, 2018
Engineers preparing NASA’s deep space exploration systems to support missions to the Moon, Mars and beyond are gearing up for a busy ...
NASA remembers agency’s most experienced astronaut
Jan 8, 2018
John Young, the only agency astronaut to go into space as part of the Gemini, Apollo and Space Shuttle Programs and the first to fly into ...
Jan 4, 2018
On Dec. 20 and again on Jan. 2 due to overwhelming response, vast employee and family crowds lined up to get a view of history in the making ...
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