RoundupReads 2016 Roundup Reads

2016 Roundup Reads

3-D scanner provides as-built European Service Module engine measurements for Orion
A former space shuttle Orbital Maneuvering System (OMS) engine, modified for its new role supporting Orion’s European Service Module, was recent... read more
A resolution so easy to keep you’ll want to add it to your list in 2017
If you are thinking about sitting out a New Year’s resolution to avoid setback, first take a look at these sustainable accomplishments from 2016... read more
Phong Do
I immigrated to the United States from Vietnam 20 years ago. I really appreciate America’s open arms to give us a chance to live and work here. ... read more
Herb Baker
I have worked at Johnson Space Center more than 41 years, both in the Shuttle and International Space Station programs multiple times, among others. O... read more
Vickie Kloeris
It is a challenge and a privilege to apply my food science expertise to feeding astronauts in microgravity and I have found it to be very fascinating ... read more
Interns with a past are NASA’s future
Every intern’s journey to NASA is different. Some students forego the traditional route of attending college immediately following high school g... read more
Ray Rivas
I love the challenge. I cannot turn a challenge down. When something happens, and they’re like, “There’s no way we can fix it, or th... read more
Don’t hibernate—celebrate! Green ways to enjoy the holiday season
American alligators live in and around the water bodies of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. As the cold winter weather comes to Houston, these local... read more
Remembering John Glenn
Former astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn died Dec. 8 at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.  Glenn, who served fo... read more
Can’t give of yourself? The Combined Federal Campaign empowers those who can
There is no such thing as a perfect donation—although it’s something both Hillary and Paul Gramm have been striving for. Time, money, pers... read more