Dr. Dava Newman, whose first day on the job as NASA’s new Deputy Administrator was May 18, was introduced during a town hall meeting at headquarters the following day. Newman previously was the Apollo Program Professor of Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and brings with her valuable experience in engineering, science and space policy. Much of her research at MIT focused on critical aspects of human space exploration, and she’s well known in the space community for development of a new, lighter-weight spacesuit design that gives astronauts more mobility. Also, SpaceX Dragon departs ISS, Soil moisture mission begins science, NASA seeks design ideas for future asteroid spacecraft, Robotic mining competition and 3-D-Printed Habitat Challenge!
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