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Don’t Miss This JWST Micrometeoroid Mitigation Update

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JWST

NASA engineered the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to withstand continual bombardment from dust-sized particles moving at extreme velocities, known as micrometeoroid strikes. To date, JWST is averaging one to two strikes a month.

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Class Y: A New Class of Microcircuits for Space and Military

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Class Y

The Defense Logistics Agency, in cooperation with NASA, other government agencies and industry, has introduced a new classification of microcircuits, which will allow the incorporation of new and emerging technologies into military and civilian space systems.

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Ames Research Center’s MAS Platform Is Used by ISS

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ISS Mission Assurance System

Ames Research Center's Mission Assurance System helps safety engineers assess and control risk both on earth and aboard the International Space Station.

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Program Announcement: ORDEM 3.0 Released

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Orbital Debris Quarterly News

January's issue of Orbital Debris Quarterly News featured an article on the release of NASA's Orbital Debris Engineering Model, ORDEM 3.0. Read the full article for details.

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Introducing NASA’s Meteoroid Engineering Model

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Meteoroid Engineering Model

NASA developed the Meteoroid Engineering Model to mitigate the risk associated with the sporadic meteoroid environment, which can damage spacecraft.

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Characterization of the Wide Field Planetary Camera-2 Radiator’s Cored Impact Features at NASA JSC

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Orbital Debris Quarterly News

The July 2013 issue of Orbital Debris Quarterly News included an article on cored impact features from the Wide Field Planetary Camera-2's radiator. Continue reading for the full article.

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