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  • Reach for the STAR: New facility houses upgraded Starliner training devices

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  • Barge Carries Rocket Upper Stage to NASA for Testing

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  • Kudos for Ohio Suppliers to SLS and Orion

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  • An Inside Look at the Mars Rocket

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  • Student-created DNA Experiment Returns to Earth; Finalists Selected for Next Round of Student Projects

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  • Starliner Structural Test Article Brings it Home Again

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  • Envision Humans on Mars

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  • Episode 2: A Foundation for Mars

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  • Humans to Mars

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  • Student-designed Space Station Investigation Targets Astronaut Health

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  • Powering Up for SLS First Flight

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    • Reach for the STAR: New facility houses upgraded Starliner training devices

      Just like the North Star, Boeing’s new Space Training, Analysis and Review Facility, also known as STAR, will serve as a guide for explorers. The opening of the facility on June 21 is the latest step for Boeing as it

    • Barge Carries Rocket Upper Stage to NASA for Testing

      NASA’s Marshall Spaceflight Center readied for a special delivery on Father’s Day– the Space Launch System Interim Cryogenic Stage (ICPS) –shipped on a barge from United Launch Alliance Decatur facilities for testing. The ICPS test article will be mated to

    • Kudos for Ohio Suppliers to SLS and Orion

      Metalex Manufacturing Inc. and L3 are just two of the many small businesses in Ohio who are working with large industry prime contractors to build NASA’s new launch system, scheduled to launch from the Kennedy Space Center in 2018 for

    • An Inside Look at the Mars Rocket

      NASA’s Space Launch System core stage, towering more than 200 feet tall, is under development at the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Stay tuned here to see the flight hardware in production right now, along with the test hardware

    • Student-created DNA Experiment Returns to Earth; Finalists Selected for Next Round of Student Projects

      The first Genes in SpaceTM experiment, by 17-year-old high-school student Anna-Sophia Boguraev, was performed aboard the International Space Station (ISS) on April 19 – making it the first DNA amplification experiment ever conducted aboard the ISS. Results from this first Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

    • Starliner Structural Test Article Brings it Home Again

      After years of designing, months of building, weeks of preparation, days of ‎intense concentration and hours of fine-tuning, the upper and lower domes of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner Structural Test Article (STA) came together in Florida on May 2. This is

    • Envision Humans on Mars

      Imagine the moment, when the first person steps foot on Mars. It’s going to be phenomenal, John Grunsfeld, former NASA astronaut, explorer, and director for the NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, told the Humans to Mars Summit attendees at the close

    • Episode 2: A Foundation for Mars

      The second installment of this video series discusses how NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) builds on the foundation of the Saturn V and the Space Shuttle.

    • Humans to Mars

      Landing humans on Mars has been the lofty goal of space pioneers from the start of America’s space programs more than 50 years ago, and passion for Red Planet exploration is on the rise once again today. NASA’s top leaders, industry experts,

    • Student-designed Space Station Investigation Targets Astronaut Health

      As a kid, Anna-Sophia Boguraev (17) used a bit of water, some rubbing alcohol and her mother’s blender to extract DNA from vegetables. Last Friday, she watched her experiment launch to the International Space Station (ISS) from Kennedy Space Center

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    • Powering Up for SLS First Flight

      NASA’s Mars rocket, the Space Launch System, soared through another successful test this week with the test fire of a booster that will help to propel the rocket past Earth’s gravitational force. It was the second and final test-firing of

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    • Powering Up for SLS First Flight

      NASA’s Mars rocket, the Space Launch System, soared through another successful test this week with the test fire of a booster that will help to propel the rocket past Earth’s gravitational force. It was the second and final test-firing of

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