Atomic Oxygen, Ceramic Coatings and Beyond

Every day at NASA’s Glenn Research Center, there is fascinating work being done. Research, development, design, testing and more. All the work shares one common attribute: innovation.

Here are some of my recent web stories featuring innovation at Glenn:

Aerogels: Out of this World
Aerogels, among the lightest of solid materials, are being revolutionized by NASA.

Out of Thin Air
NASA researchers are investigating ways that atomic oxygen can be used to make positive contributions to life on Earth, including in the biomedical realm.

Changing the Game: Ceramic Coatings
New technology being developed at NASA’s Glenn Research Center creates super thin ceramic coatings on engine components.

Materials: Out of this World
The Materials International Space Station Experiment, or MISSE, tests the stability and durability of materials and devices in the space environment.

Revolutionary Atmosphere
A new NASA book, “Revolutionary Atmosphere” chronicles the Altitude Wind Tunnel and Space Power Chambers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center.

What innovations would you like to learn more about, from NASA or in other fields?

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