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The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) highlights some of the projects it has slated to go onboard the international space station via Techshot and Cobra Puma Gold. Credit: CASIS

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Guest Blog | The Tyranny of Requirements

From Wayne Hale's Blog:

"I have frequently quoted the old adage: 'given unlimited resources and unlimited schedule, great engineers will produce exactly nothing.' That is because we engineers can’t leave it alone; there is always a slightly better way to do it if we just junk the design we have in hand and start with a clean sheet of paper. Successful program and project management requires many talents and abilities, but critical among them is having a leader who can just say no to creeping requirements."
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Oct. 6

Profile: Thomas Berger, Director, NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center

Oct. 13

Profile: Thomas Markusic, Chief Executive, Firefly Space Systems

Oct. 20

Profile: Rep. Mike Rogers, Chairman, House Armed Services strategic forces subcommittee

Earth Science/Climate Monitoring (Monthly Feature): Researchers using satellites to predict whether an El Nino event will bring significant rainfall is in store for drought-stricken western states.

Oct. 27

Profile: Hiroshi Imazu, Chairman, Space Policy Committee, Liberal Democratic Party of Japan.

Spotlight (Monthly Feature): Satellogic, Argentine cubesat constellation company

 

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