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Advanced Thermal Barrier and Environmental Barrier Coating Development at NASA GRC.

NASA

Velocity and Density Distribution of Earth-Intersecting Meteoroids: Implications for Environment Models.

NASA

Cryogenic Fluid Management Technology Development Roadmaps.

NASA

Generic Resolution Advisor and Conflict Evaluator (GRACE) for Detect-And-Avoid (DAA) Systems.

NASA

Effects of Motion Cues on the Training of Multi-Axis Manual Control Skills.

NASA

Application of Sweeping Jet Actuators on the NASA Hump Model and Comparison with CFDVAL2004 Experiments.

NASA

Experimental Evaluation of Acoustic Engine Liner Models Developed with COMSOL Multiphysics.

NASA

X-57 Power and Command System Design.

NASA

X-Ray Micro-Tomography Applied to Nasa's Materials Research: Heat Shields, Parachutes and Asteroids.

NASA

Computational Assessment of a 3-Stage Axial Compressor Which Provides Airflow to the NASA 11- by 11-Foot Transonic Wind Tunnel, Including Design Changes for Increased Performance.

NASA

NEPP Update of Independent Single Event Upset Field Programmable Gate Array Testing.

NASA

NASA's Space Launch System: Deep-Space Delivery for SmallSats.

NASA

Heater Validation for the NEXT-C Hollow Cathodes.

NASA

Flame Retardant Fibers for Human Space Exploration - Past, Present, and Future.

NASA

One-Dimensional Model for the Ultrasonic Response of Resin-Filled Gaps in Automated Tape Layup Composites.

NASA

Initial Validation of Robotic Operations for In-Space Assembly of a Large Solar Electric Propulsion Transport Vehicle.

NASA

Optical Testing of the James Webb Space Telescope.

NASA

Thermal System Modeling for Lunar and Martian Surface Regenerative Fuel Cell Systems.

NASA

High Voltage Hybrid Electric Propulsion (HVHEP) Activity.

NASA

Incidents and Accidents: The Way of the Single Event Tester.

NASA