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2017 Evening with the Stars Event -NASA Glenn
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Journey to Mars

NASA Glenn
Published on Sep 22, 2017

A journey of about six months, Mars is a difficult target to get to, but that’s exactly what we’re planning to do. In this presentation from our 2017 Evening with the Stars event, NASA Glenn researcher Dr. Aaron Weaver explains our plan to send humans to explore a foreign world for the first time since the end of Apollo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WW-DXdq6PQ?t=001

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NASA Glenn Facilities and Capabilities

NASA Glenn
Published on Sep 22, 2017


We’ve developed supersonic aircraft, walked on the moon, created a reusable space shuttle and an orbiting laboratory, and now we’re developing a spacecraft to take us to Mars. None of these mission accomplishments would have been possible without stringent and realistic testing. In this presentation from our 2017 Evening with the Stars event, NASA Glenn engineer Mary Lobo explains how we accurately simulate some of the harshest conditions found in the air and space to enable technology breakthroughs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgnbZ4zDBRE?t=001

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