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Johnson’s EVA Data Integration System Works to Integrate ISS Data Systems

Software

Johnson Space Center developed the Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Data Integration (EDI) system, which allows seamless search and data correlations, integration and analysis across multiple data sources and assurance systems for the International Space Station (ISS) Program.

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Goddard Hosts MBE Workshop and Shares Model-Based Mission Assurance With MBE Community

Goddard Hosts MBE Workshop and Shares Model-Based Mission Assurance to MBSE Community

On Feb. 17-18, Goddard Space Flight Center hosted its second Model-Based Engineering (MBE) workshop, which included an overview of MBE’s mission assurance counterpart, Model-Based Mission Assurance.

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NASA Addresses CubeSat SMA and Reliability Challenges

NASA Addresses CubeSat SMA and Reliability Challenges

As the agency looks at opportunities to use CubeSats in science and exploration missions, NASA’s Safety and Mission Assurance (SMA) community is working to address some of the SMA challenges associated with these small spacecraft.

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Is Model-Based Mission Assurance the Future of NASA SMA?

MBMA

The Office of Safety and Mission Assurance is looking at a new way of assuring complex missions that use Model-Based Systems Engineering.

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New SATERN Course: Introduction to Risk Assessment Concepts, Tools, and Techniques

Risk Assessment Course

This new online course provides information to non-subject matter experts on risk assessment concepts, tools, techniques and application.

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JSC Team Improves R&M for Wastewater Recovery System That Will Support Mission to Mars

CDS

A team at NASA Johnson Space Flight Center is working to improve Reliability and Maintainability for the Cascade Distillation System using Model-Based Systems Engineering techniques.

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NASA R&M Attendees Make the Most Out of RAMS 2015

NASA R&M Attendees Make the Most Out of RAMS 2015

NASA Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) professionals attend the 2015 Reliability and Maintainability Symposium (RAMS), where they held a NASA splinter session and presented papers. 

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Goddard Develops Software Tools to Improve Mission Reliability

GSFC Data Systems

Goddard Space Flight Center developed Mission Configuration and the Failure Interrogation and Archiving Tool to improve reliability predictions for missions.

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OSMA Introduces New Objectives-Based Strategies

Goddard Develops Software Tools to Improve Mission Reliability

The Office of Safety and Mission Assurance introduces a new objectives-based approach to better support NASA’s increasingly complex missions in a changing design environment.

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Keynote Speakers at ASTR Workshop Share Accelerated Testing Applications for NASA Missions

ASTR Keynote

John Evans and Reza Ghaffarian co-presented their paper on accelerated testing of advanced electronics as keynote speakers for the 2014 Accelerated Stress Testing & Reliability Workshop.

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Reliability Plays Important Role in SpaceCube Development

Spacecube

Goddard Space Flight Center has made reliability a key component in the development of SpaceCube.

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GIDEP Helps You to “Know Your Part”

GIDEP

The Government-Industry Data Exchange Program’s “Know Your Part” campaign promotes this valuable tool to NASA engineers and procurement professionals to ensure that we use the best parts on our spacecraft and technology.

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NASA R&M Engineers Contribute to and Learn From the International R&M Community at RAMS 2014

NASA at RAMS

NASA Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) representatives showcased NASA R&M advances at the annual R&M Symposium in January.

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Ames Research Center’s MAS Platform Is Used by ISS

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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