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Other Space Communication: Past, Present, and Future National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC

From the Apollo Program to the International Space Station and beyond, space communication capabilities are always evolving. NASA's deputy associate administrator for space communication will be at the Museum discussing the evolution and exciting future of NASA's communication capabilities.

Other The Deep Space Network National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC

Dr. Joe Lazio, chief scientist for the Deep Space Network (DSN), and Dr. Eric Smith, the director of the James Webb Space Telescope, will discuss how the DSN communicates with NASA's deep space telescopes.

Other Communicating with Humans in Space National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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In celebration of World Space Week, join NASA's Bill Marinelli, Dr. Marshall Porterfield and Dr. Steve Volz, as they talk about human space exploration programs.

Lecture NASA's Flying Saucer: Learning to Land on Mars National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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In this What's New in Aerospace? program, Ian Clark from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will talk about the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator project.

Lecture Countdown to Launch National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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Sending anything into space, from NASA's exciting small research satellites to their spacecraft missions, takes a lot of careful planning and execution. Representatives from NASA's Launch Services will discuss the mission flow up to launch.

Lecture Bringing an Object to Life National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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The What's New in Aerospace? series, presented in collaboration with NASA, is open to the public and will cover recent research, developments, and discoveries related to space.

Lecture Training Underwater for Walking in Space National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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The What's New in Aerospace? series, presented in collaboration with NASA, is open to the public and will cover recent research, developments, and discoveries related to space.

Lecture The Earth from Space National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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The What's New in Aerospace? series, presented in collaboration with NASA, is open to the public and will cover recent research, developments, and discoveries related to space.

Lecture Tools of the EVA Trade National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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The What's New in Aerospace? series, presented in collaboration with NASA, is open to the public and will cover recent research, developments, and discoveries related to space.

Lecture Meet an Astronaut National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC
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The What's New in Aerospace? series, presented in collaboration with NASA, is open to the public and will cover recent research, developments, and discoveries related to space.