Meet the Two Women Leading Space Station Science – NASA

Meet the Two Women Leading Space Station Science – NASA

The International Space Station provides researchers access to the unique features of low Earth orbit: long-duration microgravity, exposure to space, and a one-of-a-kind perspective of our planet. These special attributes enable scientists to conduct innovative experiments that can’t be done anywhere else. Employees in the International Space Station Research Integration Office at NASA’s Johnson Space … Read more

Langley Celebrates Women’s History Month: The Langley ASIA-AQ Team – NASA

Langley Celebrates Women’s History Month: The Langley ASIA-AQ Team – NASA

In honor of Women’s History Month, we caught up with the ASIA-AQ team on the other side of the Earth and asked the women from Langley about their inspirations and challenges as scientists. The ASIA-AQ (Airborne and Satellite Investigation of Asian Air Quality) mission is an international cooperative field study designed to address local air … Read more

Langley Celebrates Women’s History Month: Melanie Grande – NASA

Langley Celebrates Women’s History Month: Melanie Grande – NASA

Melanie Grande works in mission design and systems analysis at NASA’s Langley Research Center, where she has contributed to planning for human exploration of both the Moon and Mars. Starting in Langley’s Space Mission Analysis Branch (SMAB) as a Pathways co-op student in 2016, Melanie currently works as an aerospace engineer on the Mars Architecture … Read more

Women’s History Month: Meet Kari Alvarado – NASA

Women’s History Month: Meet Kari Alvarado – NASA

In honor of Women’s History Month, we recently sat down with Kari Alvarado, lead management analyst and Dryden Aeronautical Test Range (DATR) asset manager at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, to learn more about her role and working at NASA. What do you do at NASA and how do you help support … Read more

Women’s History Month: Meet Denise Ryan – NASA

Women’s History Month: Meet Denise Ryan – NASA

In honor of Women’s History Month, we recently sat down with Denise Ryan, flight management specialist and member of the Women’s Networking Group (WNG) at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, to learn more about her role and working at NASA. What do you do at NASA and how do you help support … Read more

Meet the Women Launching, Recovering Artemis Missions  – NASA

Meet the Women Launching, Recovering Artemis Missions  – NASA

In celebration of Women’s History Month, NASA highlights the multifaceted group of women behind the launch and recovery efforts for Artemis missions. They are a driving force in preparing and planning for crewed missions and are helping inspire the next generation of space explorers – the Artemis Generation.  On the left is Artemis Launch Director … Read more

Second Gentleman Douglass Emhoff Participates in Women in Space Roundtable – NASA

Second Gentleman Douglass Emhoff Participates in Women in Space Roundtable – NASA

The National Space Council hosted the Women in Space Roundtable on Monday, March 12, and Deputy Center Director Laurie Grindle from NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, was there to welcome Second Gentleman Mr. Douglass Emhoff and moderate a panel discussion. NASA has partnered with the National Space Council, and our private partners, … Read more

Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff Participates in Women in Space Roundtable – NASA

Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff Participates in Women in Space Roundtable – NASA

The National Space Council hosted the Women in Space Roundtable on Monday, March 12, and Deputy Center Director Laurie Grindle from NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, was there to welcome Second Gentleman Mr. Douglas Emhoff and moderate a panel discussion. NASA has partnered with the National Space Council, and our private partners, … Read more

Women’s History Month: Meet Sarah Mann – NASA

Women’s History Month: Meet Sarah Mann – NASA

In honor of Women’s History Month, we recently sat down with Sarah Mann, public affairs specialist and member of the Women’s Networking Group (WNG) at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, to learn more about her role and working at NASA. What do you do at NASA and how do you help support … Read more