Explore the past and future of supersonic flight
Fifty years after the Concorde first flew, a new era of innovation and entrepreneurial ideas seeks to make supersonic flight practical and sustainable. Flying passengers at twice the speed of sound, the Concorde captured the imagination...
From the time the airplane first took to the air, women have played an important role in shaping the aerospace industry. Join STEM in 30 and Anousheh Ansari, the first female private space explorer, as we take a look at the contributions of early women aviators, female astronauts and other pioneering women
As part of our celebration of the 50th anniversary of first Moon landing, we invite you to a discussion of spacesuits past and future. Our panel of spacesuit experts will take a look at everything from Apollo-era spacesuits to Hollywood recreations
In this lecture, NASA Chief Scientist Jim Green will discuss NASA’s future plans for going to the Moon to stay and then traveling on to Mars and how the Moon provides a natural, yet challenging, environment for our next-generation robotic and human explorers.
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Humans first stepped onto the Moon 50 years ago and NASA has plans to head back! In this episode, hear from those involved with the Apollo program and learn about the science behind getting to the Moon. We will also explore the plans to head back to the Moon in the near future.
When taking astronaut fitness tests is just a footnote in your long list of accomplishments, you know you’ve had an amazing career. Join Gene Nora Jessen for a conversation about her extensive aviation career.
“That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” Astronaut Neil Armstrong spoke these famous words as he became the first person to walk on the Moon 50 years ago this July. His spacesuit, really a small spacecraft, allowed him to take this historic walk. Join STEM in 30 to learn...