In memory of fallen heroes…
Government building where we discuss safety…
And the end of a historic mission Mars…
Some of the stories I want to tell you – this week NASA!
In memory of fallen heroes
NASA’s annual memorial service was held on January 25th at Arlington National Cemetery. This event honors the Apollo 1 astronauts. Space shuttles Challenger and Columbia. and other members of the NASA family who have died advancing the cause of exploration and discovery for the benefit of all.
NASA leaders host employee safety town hall
NASA held a town hall on employee safety earlier this week at NASA Headquarters in Washington. During the event, NASA leaders discussed how the core value of safety, which NASA strives for every day, is fundamental to the success of NASA’s missions.
NASA’s ingenious helicopter completes mission on Mars
NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, the first aircraft ever to perform powered and controlled flight on another planet, has completed a nearly three-year mission on Mars. During landing during a recent flight, one or more of Ingenuity’s rotor blades were damaged, rendering the helicopter unable to fly. Ingenuity was designed to conduct only a maximum of five experimental flights over a 30-day period, but it completed 72 flights and flew more than 14 times farther than planned, while logging a total flight time of more than two hours. flew up to
Third private astronaut mission arrives at space station
Axiom Mission 3, the third commercial astronaut mission to the International Space Station, docked at the orbital complex on January 20th. The Axiom Space crew was welcomed by the station’s Expedition 70 crew, including NASA astronauts Jasmine Moghbeli and Loral O’Hara. Axiom Space astronauts will remain on the space station until February 3.
That’s what’s happening this week at @NASA.