The NASA Space cam comes to us from the International Space Station as it careens around the Earth at an average of 17,000 mph, experiencing sunrises and sunsets about every 45 minutes. Catch stunning views of vast blue oceans, clouds, and the city lights below during “nights”. Get an inside look at the global crew of astronauts as they perform scientific experiments in weightless conditions and communicate with Mission Control.
Often the most complex challenges aren’t in space. Many of the technologies used in space systems are also fundamental to terrestrial applications. Aerospace pursues these opportunities to enhance our knowledge and to serve the national interest, increasing our ability to adapt and enhance our capabilities.
The operational environment of space has changed dramatically and there is no longer a monopoly on space technology. Space-faring nations must navigate a future increasingly crowded with both friendly and hostile players. Space and ground system architectures must maintain a high degree of resilience to ensure functioning success.
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