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"12.04.2017 16:13:38" Makers Series - Diane Linne NASA Glenn engineer Diane Linne has designed a mining device that will help extract water from the Martian soil.
"04.04.2017 14:04:30" QuESST model in Glenn's 8'x6' Wind Tunnel 360 Image of Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) in NASA Glenn's 8'x6' Wind Tunnel (no sound/
"21.03.2017 14:58:40" Orion Test Article Pyroshock Test Orion test article underwent pyroshock tests, which simulated the shock the service module will experience as it separates from the SLS during launch.
"16.03.2017 18:49:06" Meet Maker Gustavo Costa NASA Glenn scientist Gustavo Costa created a device from spare parts to measure the chemical mixture in our extreme environments rig.
"15.02.2017 13:35:18" Meet Maker Kyle Johnson NASA Glenn Engineer Kyle Johnson creates structures form scratch that keep work moving forward at the center’s SLOPE Lab.
"04.01.2017 12:57:36" Celebrating Our Diamond Anniversary This year NASA Glenn celebrated its 75th year. Take a look back at the celebration of our diamond anniversary.
"21.12.2016 19:01:26" Flow Caster Produces Custom Alloy Magnetic Ribbon NASA Glenn’s large-scale, 5 kg planar flow caster cools a vat of molten metallic alloy, producing a magnetic ribbon that spouts into a collection bin. The caster has the ability to produce a magnetized ribbon that measures up to one mile long and 50 mm
"13.12.2016 16:49:20" Meet Roger Tokars, a Maker at NASA Glenn The third installment of the Meet the Makers of NASA Glenn Series features engineer Roger Tokars who designed and built an optical sensor that is helping NASA image algal blooms on the Great Lakes and inland waterways.
"07.12.2016 14:29:58" BLI Animation This animation shows an engine fan and inlet ingesting boundary layer air in a wind tunnel. (no sound)
"21.11.2016 14:20:19" Science of Saffire Our Saffire experiment fires up in space on Monday to look at how fire behaves in microgravity on 9 different spacecraft materials. Saffire manager Gary Ruff explains how fire works here on Earth.
"14.11.2016 14:32:19" Future Air Vehicles- Concepts and Operations in Metropolitan Areas A brief commentary on the University Student Design Challenge aeronautics project.
"31.10.2016 17:37:24" Orion Test Article on the Move Time-lapse video shows the move of Orion’s service module from the vibration table to the assembly high bay area in Plum Brook’s Space Power Facility. (no sound)
"25.10.2016 18:32:04" Othmane Shape Memory Alloy Demo Shape memory alloys are materials that can be stretched and reshaped by applying heat to the source. (no audio)
"25.10.2016 18:00:16" Meet the Maker: Othmane Benafan The second installment of the Meet the Makers of NASA Glenn Series features engineer Othmane Benafan has created a rock splitter that will help NASA explore the rocky surface of Mars in this next edition of the Makers of Glenn Series.
"18.10.2016 19:26:38" Director Dr. Janet Kavandi Student Design Challenge Welcome Message NASA Glenn center director Dr. Janet Kavandi introduces the University Student Design Challenge.
"13.10.2016 12:04:31" Orion Vibe Test A full-scale test version of the Orion service module undergoes vibration tests on the world’s most powerful spacecraft shaker system at NASA Glenn’s Plum Brook Station. The tests are designed to ensure the service module can withstand the intense
"29.09.2016 13:02:45" Maker Series: Larry Greer NASA Glenn’s Larry Greer is an engineer who designs and creates gear to advance the center’s research.
"28.09.2016 12:47:08" Abigail Rodriguez Aerospace Technologist, Structural Materials NASA Glenn Research Center Abigail Rodriguez serves as a structural materials engineer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's John H. Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. In this capacity she provides technical engineering expertise that assures incorporation of
"31.08.2016 12:52:02" Ceramic Matrix Composite Research NASA Glenn Engineer Valerie Wiesner describes the research she is conducting into ceramic matrix composite components for next generation aircraft engines.
"01.06.2016 11:58:46" Join NASA Glenn for an Open House at Plum Brook Station This year is NASA Glenn's 75th anniversary, and the celebration continues with an open house at Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio. See space exploration exhibits at the Kalahari Convention Center and then take a bus to Plum Brook Station to tour our
"06.05.2016 15:26:56" Celebrate NASA Glenn’s 75th Anniversary at our Open House Join us for an exciting Open House celebrating NASA Glenn’s 75th anniversary. Our staff will guide you through world-class facilities and show you the technologies that contribute to the future of NASA in aeronautics and our journey to Mars.
"05.05.2016 18:26:38" When Hot Engines meet Ice Clouds Research scientists at NASA Glenn recently put cameras into a hot aircraft engine to help understand how ice builds up inside when exposed to ice crystal clouds. The cameras and other advanced instruments were mounted on a small section of the engine
"15.03.2016 10:57:42" Orion Solar Array Wing Passes First Test An international team of engineers deployed an Orion solar array wing at NASA Glenn’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio on Feb. 29. The deployment of the 24-foot wing qualification model was an important first step in verifying Orion’s power system for
"08.03.2016 18:15:12" Heart Pump Motor Animation When children are born with half a heart, they need medical intervention to stay alive. This animation shows how a heart pump motor, using NASA Glenn’s flywheel technology, can work as part of a system being developed to help patients live into
"07.03.2016 14:41:10" Women@GRC 2015 The Women@GRC 2015 video features incredible women from Glenn Research Center tell their stories and offer encouragement to women and girls who are considering a career at NASA.
"03.03.2016 16:05:16" How to Change a Light Bulb in Space Astronaut Scott Kelly gets ready to change a white light lamp on the optics bench of the Fluids Integrated Rack, a microgravity science facility in the space station’s Destiny Laboratory. (no sound)
"01.03.2016 12:28:26" John Glenn Reflects on Lewis Research Center Renaming On March 1, 1999, the Lewis Research Center was officially renamed the NASA John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field. The name change was celebrated with a full day of festivities on May 7, 1999. Senator Glenn reflects on the honor and his legacy.
"19.02.2016 11:50:48" Upside Down, Inside Out: John Glenn Recalls Astronaut Training on the Gimbal Rig The multiple-axis space test inertia facility, fondly called "the gimbal rig," simulated tumble-type maneuvers that might be encountered in space flight. From February 15 through March 4, 1960, the gimbal rig provided valuable training for all seven
"03.02.2016 14:43:37" Administrator Bolden congratulates NASA Glenn on its 75th anniversary NASA Glenn celebrated the kickoff of its year long celebration to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the center on January 25. NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden issued his congratulations and appreciation for all the contributions NASA Glenn has ma
"25.01.2016 12:48:27" John Glenn offers congratulations to NASA Glenn for 75th Anniversary As the NASA Glenn Research Center begins our celebration of our 75th anniversary, our namesake, Senator John H. Glenn offers his congratulations.
"05.01.2016 12:10:58" Hybrid Electric Aircraft Concept NASA and industry leaders are looking at new, more efficient designs in aircraft that use hybrid electric propulsion to provide thrust and power for flight. (no sound)
"10.12.2015 15:58:23" Native American Profile - Joseph W. Connolly Biography-
Joseph W. Connolly is currently working as an Aerospace Engineer in the Intelligent Control and Autonomy Branch at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. In this position, Joe develops dynamic models of supersonic propulsion
"20.11.2015 12:44:02" Hispanic Profile - Dionne M. Hernández Lugo, Ph.D. Dionne M. Hernández Lugo, Ph.D., graduate of the University of Puerto Rico is a research electrical engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. She serves as the principal investigator for the development of high-energy lithium-metal
"16.11.2015 14:32:28" ANGEL Planetary Science Balloon Mission On September 4, 2015, NASA Glenn’s Rocket University team launched a balloon in New Mexico to demonstrate the controlled descent of a high altitude balloon payload to a predetermined landing site. The payload elevated to 120,000 feet and then disconn
"11.09.2015 14:28:59" Watch how the Saffire experiment will be conducted in space. NASA Glenn is leading an experiment that seeks to understand how fire spreads in a microgravity environment. Saffire I, II, and III will launch separately in 2016 aboard resupply missions to the ISS. But they will not be unloaded and after the Orbi
"16.06.2015 17:25:35" NASA Glenn’s Plasma Spray-Physical Vapor Deposition Rig NASA Glenn’s Plasma Spray-Physical Vapor Deposition Rig uses a torch to create a high-powered plasma that vaporizes ceramic material and deposits it onto aircraft engine parts to protect them from extreme environments.
"04.06.2015 13:03:24" John Glenn reflects on the legacy of the NACA pt. 4 It’s been 100 years since the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was founded to advance aviation. Eventually it would include space flight research and change its name to the National Air and Space Administration (NASA).
"28.05.2015 11:47:28" John Glenn on NACA transition to NASA It’s been 100 years since the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was founded to advance aviation. Eventually it would include space flight research and change its name to the National Air and Space Administration (NASA).
"21.05.2015 11:32:21" John Glenn reflects on the legacy of the NACA part 2 It’s been 100 years since the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was founded to advance aviation. Eventually it would include space flight research and change its name to the National Air and Space Administration (NASA).
"14.05.2015 13:17:11" John Glenn reflects on the legacy of the NACA It’s been 100 years since the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) was founded to advance aviation. Eventually it would include space flight research and change its name to the National Air and Space Administration (NASA).
"13.04.2015 18:33:28" Glenn Hubble@25 Team Expanding Our Universe: NASA Glenn's Contributions to Extend the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope
"27.02.2015 12:20:07" Women@GRC Video Honors Inspirational Women Ready to be inspired? Be sure to check out a new video featuring all of Glenn’s nominees for the 2014 Women@NASA interactive project. The video provides a glimpse of our nominees and their inspirational messages, which offer encouragement to women
"20.02.2015 12:39:35" Women@GRC Video Honors Inspirational Women Ready to be inspired? Be sure to check out a new video featuring all of Glenn’s nominees for the 2014 Women@NASA interactive project. The video provides a glimpse of our nominees and their inspirational messages, which offer encouragement to women
"03.02.2015 14:47:40" Titan Submarine: Exploring the Depths of Kraken Mare What would a submarine to explore the liquid methane seas of Saturn's Moon Titan look like? This video shows one submarine concept that would explore both the shoreline and the depths of this strange world that has methane rain, rivers and seas! T