|From Silicon Valley to Space: Ames and the Space Shuttle (2011)|
Originally produced in 2006, this video has been updated to reflect NASA's current mission to explore beyond low-Earth orbit. The program examines the contributions NASA Ames Research Center has made to the Space Shuttle program over the last 30 years, including wind tunnel testing, life sciences experiments, thermal protection and motion simulators.For more information about NASA Ames, please visit http://www.nasa.gov/ames
Keywords: nasa; ames; space; shuttle; sts; exploration; wind; tunnel; life; sciences; thermal; protection; vertical; motion; simulator; VMS; silicon; valley
|Aeronautics at NASA Ames|
In business and in our personal lives, the aviation industry is a key enabler to our way of life and the smooth functioning of our economy. NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate is looking for new ideas, conducting basic research into new technologies and operational procedures, and trying out new vehicle, operations, and safety technologies in relevant environments.Produced in June, 2010, this video was created for "The Leading Edge," a one hour television program on NASA TV that expl...
Keywords: nasa; ames; nasa ames; aeronautics; aviation; airplanes; wind tunnel; 80x120; 40x80; Leading Edge; boeing; airbus; omega; green aviation; ARMD; ngats; air; traffic; control; atc; algae; space; shuttle; tps; thermal protection system; arcjet; arc jet
|Siliconvalleytospace - NASA Ames Video Production Group|
Examines contributions Ames has made to the STS program over the last 25 years, including wind tunnel testing, life sciences experiments, thermal protection and motion simulators. Video to be shown on launch date of STS-121 (Sched. 7/1/06). Video includes expanded life sciences section.
Keywords: STS-121; NASA; Shuttle; Ames; sciences; experiments; thermal; simulators; launch
|Enabling Exploration - NASA Ames Video Group|
An overview of Ames Research Center and its research activities in support of NASA Exploration programs
Keywords: Ames; Ames Research Center; space exploration; technologies; thermal protection; supercomputing; NASA Research Park; intelligent systems