Star Trek Galileo Shuttlecraft To Land At Space Center Houston


Published on May 7, 2013

Star Trek’s original prop shuttlecraft will be heading to the Johnson Space Center’s visitors attraction, once its restoration team is done. found project leader Adam Schneider and crew in the ship’s Atlantic Highlands, NJ “space-dock.”



NASA Asian American Pacific Islander History Month – Tu-Quynh Bui, Johnson Space Center


Published on May 3, 2013

Tu-Quynh Bui, is an Equal Employment Opportunity Specialist or EEO Specialist at Johnson Space Center. Her work involves resolving people problems before they become a legal problems. We provide neutral EO counseling to the workforce. We educate the workforce on EO laws, policies, and processes.

NASA Flight Controller Talks Space with Students


Published on May 2, 2013

Johnson Space Center Flight Controller Cinda Chullen answers questions from 11th and 12th grade students at Naperville North High School in Naperville, IL during a NASA Digital Learning Network (DLN) interactive broadcast.

NASA DLN broadcasts are connecting students around the country with the live mission operations being done by the International Space Station Flight Control Team. ISS flight controllers, astronauts and scientists answer student’s questions about living and working in space, how the Houston mission control center operates, and a wealth of other topics related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.


Texas Students Tune Into Mission Control


Published on Mar 21, 2013

Sixth-graders at the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders in Austin, Texas learn about NASA’s new Orion spacecraft by dialing into NASA’s Digital Learning Network for an interview with Christie Sauers who’s helping design the capsule’s cockpit.