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African Nations Partner With NASA To Fight Illegal Mining

In response to rampant illegal mining operations, Kenya, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Ghana, and Tanzania last year formed the Africa Regional Data Cube. This is a forum for sharing and analyzing NASA’s satellite imagery to advance national goals while maintaining sustainable development. Until about 2001, illegal mining in Ghana consisted of local homeowners using hand tools to dig for gold in ...

Long-Time NASA Supplier Honored

ORANGE COUNTY BUSINESS HERITAGE U.S. REP. LOU CORREA COMMEMORATES SANTA ANA-BASED MANUFACTURER AND SUPPLIER TO NASA’S SPACE SHUTTLE, INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AND COMMERCIAL AVIATION INDUSTRY More than 60 years of business in OC’s manufacturing landscape, weathering bull and bear markets in vital domestic industries. Santa Ana, Calif. – U.S. Rep. Lou Correa toured the 70,000 ...

How NASA’s Space Program Affects Our Daily Lives

Like that polished brass finish on your bathroom faucet? Thank NASA. How about those LED light bulbs? NASA. The laser barcode scanner at the supermarket? You guessed it. NASA. All of these and more commonplace technological advancements all stem from developments from the space program. As part of their celebration of their 60 years since the agency's founding by Congress in 1958, NASA has ...

NASA Takes on Aerospace Manufacturing With New Collaborative Partnership

NASA has made an exciting announcement and it may be the start of something big for the aerospace industry. NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland has recently signed a non-exclusive license agreement with Imitec Inc., based in Schenectady, New York. The agreement will allow NASA to assist with the development, manufacturing and distribution of NASA’s resin transfer moldable RTM370 imide ...