To meet the White House mandate to set the data free, The Open Innovation team @ NASA enables users, access to data in a format that is useful. In doing so, they hope to spark your creative juices and equip you with tools to innovate your world – whether local, global, or interstellar – leveraging […]

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According Jet Propulsion Laboratory(JPL) lead scientist Gerard J. Holzmann, a huge amount of arbitrary rules and inconsistent guidelines causes code quality of even the most critical applications to suffer. “The Power of Ten: Rules for Developing Safety Critical Code” is a paper published which was an outcome of a research that was carried out at […]

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“A Project Manager’s Lessons Learned” is a compilation of lessons learnt by Jerry Madden back in 1995 , Associate Director of the Flights Project Directorate at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Now why should we care about these rules. You only need one reason “NASA has a great track record of successful missions and they […]

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This post is a direct lift from Nasa Photojournal. This graphic shows the orbits of all the known Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs), numbering over 1,400 as of early 2013. These are the asteroids considered hazardous because they are fairly large (at least 460 feet or 140 meters in size), and because they follow orbits that […]

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