NASA TV
NASA TV (originally NASA Select) is the television service of the United States government agency NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration). It is broadcast by satellite with a simulcast ov...
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) is a website provided by NASA and Michigan Technological University (MTU). According to the website, "Each day a different image or photograph of our universe is fe...
Astrophysics Data System
The Astrophysics Data System (ADS), developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), is an online database of over eight million astronomy and physics papers from both peer revie...
NASA Integrated Services Network
The NASA Integrated Services Network (NISN) is a global system of communications transmission, switching, and terminal facilities that provides NASA with wide area network communications services. The...
Transportable Applications Environment
The Transportable Applications Environment (TAE) was a rapid prototyping graphical user interface development environment created by NASA in the 1980s. It is available for us on DEC VAX ULTRIX, DEC RI...
Earth3D
Earth3D was developed as part of a diploma thesis of Dominique Andre Gunia at Braunschweig University of Technology to display a virtual globe of the earth. It was developed before Google bought Keyho...
Automatic Picture Transmission
The Automatic Picture Transmission (APT) system is an analog image transmission system developed for use on weather satellites. It was introduced in the 1960s and over four decades has provided image ...
NSSC
NSSC may refer to:
NASA 360
NASA 360 is a half-hour vodcast developed by NASA in partnership with the National Institute of Aerospace. The show premiered in August 2008. It has aired on more than 450 TV stations across the count...
NASA eClips
NASA eClips is a web-based video and educator resource repository which focuses on grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12 and the general public.
NASA eClips is public outreach effort funded by the NASA Headquart...
Nickelodeon Launch Box
Nickelodeon Launch Box is an educational television series that was produced jointly by Nickelodeon and NASA. It was meant to teach kids about space travel technology. As part of the Cable in the Clas...
Moonbase Alpha (video game)
Moonbase Alpha is a video game that provides a realistic simulation of life on a natural satellite based on potential moon base programs. It was made by the Army Game Studio, developers of America's A...
Document 12-571-3570
Document 12-571-3570 (also titled NASA No. 12 571-3570 or NASA publication 14-307-1792) is a hoax document originally posted to the Usenet newsgroup alt.sex on November 28, 1989. According to this doc...
NASAcast
NASAcast is the official audio and video podcast of the NASA website. Created in late 2005, the podcast service contains the latest audio and video features from the NASA web site, including NASA TV's...
NASA Research and Engineering Network
The NASA Research and Engineering Network (NREN) is a nationwide Wide Area Network which connects selected NASA centers and peers with other high-performance network test-beds. It enables NASA scient...
Starlite (video game)
Starlite (also, Starlite Astronaut Academy, formerly associated with Astronaut: Moon, Mars and Beyond) is the title of a multiplayer online game which as of November 25, 2009, is being developed by NA...
NASA Edge
NASA EDGE is a video podcast which explores different missions, technologies and projects developed by NASA. The program was released by NASA on March 18, 2007, and as of June 2010, there have been 53...
NASA Open Source Agreement
The NASA Open Source Agreement (NOSA) is an OSI-approved software license. The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) releases some software (such as NASA World Wind) unde...
NASA FACTS
"NASA FACTS is a collection of NASA's science series which is intended as an "easy-to-understand explanations of scientific phenomena involved in projects undertaken by NASA". The NASA FACTS Science S...
Finite element machine
The Finite Element Machine (FEM) was a late 1970s-early 1980s NASA project to build and evaluate the performance of a parallel computer for structural analysis. The FEM was completed and successfully ...
Jet Propulsion Laboratory Display Information System
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory Display Information System (or JPLDIS) is a file management program written in FORTRAN.JPLDIS is important because it was the inspiration and precursor to dBASE, arguably...
Mission and Spacecraft Library
Mission and Spacecraft Library (MSL) is a reference web site, maintained by NASA, containing information about satellites. It contains a catalog of several hundreds of satellites from different countr...
Spacecraft Planet Instrument C-matrix Events
SPICE is a NASA ancillary information system used to compute geometric information used in planning and analyzing science observations obtained from robotic spacecraft. It is also used in planning mis...
Mercury: Metadata Search System
Mercury is a Distributed Metadata Management, Data Discovery and Access System. It is a scientific data search system to capture and manage biogeochemical and ecological data in support of the Nationa...
Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering
Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering: A NASA Journal is a peer-reviewed scientific journal of computer science covering systems and software engineering, including formal methods. It is pub...
DARWIN System
The DARWIN System was a wind tunnel information distribution system created by the NASA Ames Research Center. The intent of the program was to allow engineers and other researches spread across the co...
Oak Ridge National Laboratory DAAC
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center (ORNL DAAC) for biogeochemical dynamics is one of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Earth Observing System Data a...
NASA Tech Briefs
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is required by its charter to report to industry any new, commercially significant technologies developed in the course of their R&D. For more tha...
Clickworkers
ClickWorkers is a small NASA experimental project that uses public volunteers (nicknamed "clickworkers" on the site) for scientific tasks. Clickworkers are able to work when, and for however long they...