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SAM SAVELL THE SIGNAL The local aeronautics community headed back to work Oct. 17 after Congress ended a 16-day shutdown by passing a bill that temporarily raised the national debt ceiling. NASA and its affiliates were among the largest group impacted during the shutdown, scrubbing all activity except that related to keeping current U.S. astronauts […]
Cyber security experts and industry leaders in a variety of fields gathered at NASA Johnson Space Center’s Gilruth Center in early April for University of Houston-Clear Lake Cyber Security Institute’s Cyber Security Collaboration Forum.
In this video The Signal reporters Veronica Lopez and Graham Clifford explore the International Space Station mock up and training facility at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
The International Space Station is approximately 200 miles away from earth. It’s crew members sacrifice their families, friends and comforts of home for the advancement of humankind.
Huddled in an underground fortress, surrounded by canned food and water by the gallon, thousands of people will wait in anticipation for the world as we know it to end Dec. 21, 2012.
The following photos were taken as Space Shuttle Endeavor flew over the UHCL campus yesterday morning. All photos courtesy of Brent Goucher, UHCL multimedia specialist 3, who took the photos from the Bayou Building roof. To view more photos of the shuttle as it passed over campus on the UHCL Facebook page, click here.
Video shot and edited by The Signal reporter Josh Ojeda. To read Truett Manning’s article about UHCL students participating in NASA’s Flight Week, click here.
Fighting words echoed the walls at the University of Houston-Clear Lake Feb. 9 when Bob Mitchell, president of Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, announced NASA’s stance on the upcoming budget.
STS-133, the final flight of Space Shuttle Discovery, is scheduled to launch from Pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Nov. 5. The launch was delayed from Nov. 1 to Nov. 3 due to nitrogen and hydrogen leaks in one of the orbital maneuvering system pods.
In the wake of the announcement that the United States shuttle program will be coming to an end for the foreseeable future, the Houston Museum of Natural Science presents “Hubble 3D,” an IMAX movie.