Welcome to NASA's Aerospace Technology Newsletter
This bimonthly newsletter highlights selected items from NASA
aeronautics research so that industry, government agencies, universities
and the public understand what NASA is doing to improve air travel, make
aviation safer and conduct the research needed for the future of
aviation. It also showcases promising technologies for lowering the cost
of sending a payload into orbit, with experimental vehicles such as the
X-43A. Each issue contains articles about upcoming events, research and
technologies, updates on what is occurring within the Aeronautics
Research Mission Directorate (ARMD), announcements and features on NASA
project personnel. The front page has overviews of the entire newsletter
for your perusal.
Aeronautics Technology Features include articles on technology research.
Upcoming Events includes activities being sponsored and/or attended by
Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate personnel.
Update involves items directly related to the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.
Additional Features includes both Announcements and Who's Who in the
Announcements include announcements being made by NASA, involving NASA,
and/or activities that have been brought to the public's attention by NASA.
Who's Who in the NASA ARMD? gives a more personal view of the people
involved with NASA's aeronautics technology research and development.
In addition, the newsletter has its own search engine, a searchable
archives page for past articles, a links page ccontaining links to NASA
ARMD Centers and other sites of interest, an opportunity for feedback,
and an opportunity for readers to subscribe to an email reminder of the
newest newsletter issue.
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