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NASA engineer John Houbolt, as seen in 1962, shows on a blackboard his Lunar Orbit Rendezvous (LOR) concept for landing on the moon. Houbolt, 95, died on April 15, 2014.

John C. Houbolt, the NASA engineer who pioneered the Apollo moon landing method, has died at 95. How his lunar lander vision put Americans on the moon.

Electrical Engineer and NASA Astronaut Joan Higginbotham

At NASA, women – be they scientists, pilots, astronauts and others – help the Agency fulfill its mission. Joan Higginbotham is one of those women.

NASA Engineers Break SLS Test Tank on Purpose to Test Extreme Limits | NASA

Engineers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, on Dec. 5 deliberately pushed the world’s largest rocket fuel tank beyond its design limits to really understand its breaking point.

This is Kitty Joyner. She was NASA's first woman engineer. Collect all playing cards for #WomensHistoryMonth! #WomenInSTEM

This is Kitty Joyner. She was NASA's first woman engineer. Collect all playing cards for #WomensHistoryMonth! #WomenInSTEM

Every single NASA rocket ever launched

SpacePorn is a subreddit devoted to beautiful space images 🚀🌌. As long as the focus of the image is related to space in some way, it is...

NASA Reopens Apollo Mission Control Room That Once Landed Men on Moon (Published 2019)

The restored room is a museum piece, and yet it is alive, as though engineers stepped out briefly but would be right back.

Frances 'Poppy' Northcutt, First Female NASA Engineer in the Apollo Program (1969)

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@NASA engineers just took the newest Mars rover out for a first test.
I started Space Club in 2014 with the thought that giving students a window into the beauty of space—and teaching the journey of humankind's exploration of other worlds—is a powerful tool to inspire and engage interest in science and engineering. Last year, we received a grant from NASA (yes, THE NASA!) to expand our efforts and develop a national network of Space Club programs in middle schools across the country!
Meet April, T1D advocate and Aerospace Engineer who defied all the norms to work for NASA. If you don’t already know about April, I hope you will be as inspired as I was. READ MORE in link
K-12 students and educators, watch NASA experts discuss the Mars Ingenuity helicopter and answer students' questions. Listen as engineers, scientists or other experts answer pre-recorded questions or submit your questions via chat. These events are especially for students to participate with their classes or at home. April 8: Experts Discuss NASA's Mars Helicopter. April 15, 22 and 29, three different "Taking Flight: How Girls Can Grow Up to be Engineers" events. Check the schedule for times.

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