Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Remaking of NASA & Kennedy Space Center

Five years ago today, at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), President Obama laid out his vision for NASA and space exploration in the 21st century. Yesterday, for a few seconds at least, time seemed to stand still as I stood with … Continue reading

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How NVIDIA GPUs Support NASA’s Space Programs

Most of the team attending this week’s NASA Social SpaceX CRS-6 launch either play computer games on NVIDA GeForce GPUs or have kids who do. But I also received a lot of questioning looks when I said my interest in … Continue reading

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NASA SpaceX CRS-6 Pre-Launch Tour

After flight delays getting into Orlando last night due to thunderstorms, Sunday started as a beautiful day for the NASA Social team participating in the NASA SpaceX CRS-6 pre-launch tour. You can see some of the pictures of my fellow … Continue reading

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Following Next Week’s SpaceX CRS-6 Launch

Next week I have the great privilege to be part of the @NASASocial team covering the CRS-6 International Space Station resupply mission launch on the SpaceX Falcon9 rocket. For those who want to follow the launch on Twitter, @NASAKennedy, @ExploreSpaceKSC, … Continue reading

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