20 Episode results for "National Institute of Aerospace Through"
"For NASA making sure astronauts or healthy while they're away from home is a top priority and some of the new technologies developed for space can save lives right here on earth this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Nasa needed to monitor astronauts health that didn't involve taking a full-scale diagnostic laboratory to space. The solution was to shrink the lab with masses Nanno sensor device. Doctors can diagnose diseases just by analyzing your breath a NASA developed stethoscope. Not only let's doctors listen to your heart and lungs. It could help replace the need for expensive heart and lung tests. A battery operated mask designed for astronauts can help keep people working in dangerous places safe. The mask can be worn by pilots divers and miners to monitor metabolic functions such as oxygen levels or heart rate relaying. The information wirelessly for real time analysis. If you're interested in licensing NASA invention like these visit the NASA technology transfer program online and browse the entire portfolio NASA technology transfer brings NASA technology down to Earth for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
"Have you ever noticed the lighting or markings on an airport runway or read the sign? Which as you taxi from the Terminal. This visual guidance is critical for safety. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The FAA is a leader in the development of new visual guidance systems. That make our airports safer ground. Markings lighting and runway sign edge. Help pilots know where they are at all times so? Faa researchers are conducting tests to determine how long the paint on runway surfaces will last under different weather conditions how reflective the paint is particularly at night sign is being evaluated for affective nece researchers look at what color lettering should be how big the letters are and how pilots perceived size and shape of the science the FAA is conducting numerous research projects to aid in the transition from incandescent lighting to led lights at airports across the nation as new visual guidance systems are proposed FAA researchers will continue to work behind the scenes to ensure that pilots and ground vehicles can maneuver safely on any airfield for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Poet innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
The Sounds of Silence
"Space is vast beautiful and fascinating. The one thing it isn't is loud. This is innovation. Now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shaped the future movies rarely get sound right in space. But if you've spent a fortune on filming dramatic battle between Star cruisers, you probably want the audience to hear it with no atmosphere for sound waves to travel through the real sound in space is mostly silence. But that doesn't mean there is no sound in the universe anyplace with an atmosphere we'll have sound on Mars for example, because the atmosphere is much less dense than earth's sound will be higher in pitch but sound waves aren't the only noise in space today astronomers know that stars and quasars emit radio waves different than sound waves, radio waves or a low frequency electromagnetic wave. On, the far end of the light spectrum. So while no one might be able to hear you scream in space with new radio astronomy instruments scientists are able to tune into the static hiss of distant galaxies and listened to what was points the sounds of silence for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer polar innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
"From the ground the dance of the northern lights looks peaceful but those shimmering sheets of colored lights are the product of violent collisions between Earth's atmosphere and particles from the sun innovation now the mission will investigate the energy exchange that occurs in the region where particles from space intermingle with Earth's atmosphere creating the Aurora borealis NASA and scientists from around the world will use the data from the mission to study the physics of the charged particles that produce these spectacular. ghostly ghostly lights to do this to sounding rockets carrying scientific instruments deployed visible gases that ionized when exposed to sunlight in light. The gases made up of substances similar to those found in fireworks create colorful clouds that allow researchers to track the flow flow of particles within the auroral wind using ground-based photography and triangulating the position of the clouds moment by moment in three dimensions a sore will help. Scientists understand the effects of these beautiful lights in the sky for innovation. Now I'm Caponi. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA and distributed by w H._R. V..
"More traditions than superstitions NASA has a few rituals that help soothe nerves intense situations. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future before launch. Most NASA astronauts eat a hearty meal of scrambled eggs and steak no matter what time of day the launches scheduled a tribute to the breakfast enjoyed by astronaut and shepherd before his mercury freedom seven flight in nineteen sixty one after a successful launch rookie launched directors test directors and engineers have their neckties clipped and the team of launch controllers. Enjoy a hearty meal of beans and Corn Bread since the gym is six mission in nineteen sixty five astronauts in space awake to music chosen by mission control each day and Lucky peanuts are fixture at every major deep space mission event since nineteen sixty four. That tradition started after the first. Six Ranger spacecraft failed during launch or while leaving orbit on the seventh launch. Someone brought peanuts into mission control. The mission succeeded and peanuts have been tradition at JPL launches and landings ever since for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with Nessa.
Well Dressed Astronauts
"As perseverance searches for rock samples on mars. It will also be studying samples of a different kind. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. Nasa is preparing to send the first woman and next man to the moon part of larger strategy to send the first astronaut to the surface of mars. But what does a well dressed astronaut. Wear to the red planet to answer that question. Nasa sent some special cargo mars on the mars twenty twenty mission while the perseverance rover explores jezero crater five small pieces of spacesuit materials will be studied by sherlock an instrument aboard the rover. The materials include a small piece of a helmet visor and a swatch veteran. The material used for the poems astronaut gloves just as sherlock can check the composition of rocks the instrument will use its chemical analyzers to periodically monitor the breakdown of the material samples overtime. The results will help. Spacesuit designers create a suit that protects astronauts from long-term radiation exposure wild explore the dusty surface of mars for innovation now. I'm jennifer poll. Innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa and is distributed by w hr v.
Enhancing Helicopter Safety
"FAA researchers are working on improvements to night. Vision goggles technology to enhance helicopter safety. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future night. Vision goggles are designed to provide pilots with the ability to see clearly at night they work by amplifying natural light to highlight features such as buildings or terrain in the outside environment, a large number of helicopter ambulance, law, enforcement and search and rescue operators utilize night vision goggles to reduce flying risks, but pilots using night vision. Vision Goggles are unable to see certain lights that are visible with the naked eye. When airports used in Camdessus, lighting heating elements inside the bulbs were visible today. Airports use light emitting diodes or led lighting systems. Some of these cooler lights are not visible with current night. Vision Goggles, technology, creating safety issues for helicopter pilots, so FAA researchers are evaluating new technologies that could be used with the goggles to enhance visibility. The results of the research will be a guiding light for FAA recognize. Regarding the next generation of night vision goggles systems for innovation now I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
Chocolate in Space
"There is one human pleasure that has been with the astronauts. Since the dawn of the space age chocolate this is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future astronauts must eat a carefully selected diet of foods that maintain their health and space. But they do get the chance to augment that Diet with the few special treats and sweets especially chocolates are a common favorite hot chocolate mix and dehydrated chocolate pudding were available to the Apollo astronauts space shuttle astronaut Scott to enjoy chocolate covered cookies chocolate mints and Occasionally Chocolate Ice Cream. Today's astronauts can enjoy many of the same candies. They would have at home from peanut Butter Cups to Milky Way candy bars but the most common form of chocolate ever to be flown. Are THOSE COLORFUL. Little candy coated chocolates. We all recognize as EMINEM's astronauts often release handfuls of the candies and then catch them with their mouths as the pieces float around making the Candy. A perfect snack and a great tool for explaining microgravity to chocolate lovers. Back Honor for innovation now. I'm Jennifer police. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
An Oasis in Space
"Up here about is Our fiery make you realize just what you have back earth fear arm. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave future. Those words were spoken more than fifty years ago by Apollo Astronaut Jim Lovell as the crew captured from space humanity's first photos of the fragile planet. We call home. Here are just a few reasons. We're grateful to live on this grand oasis today Winter Spring Summer and fall. Earth's unique tilt on its axis gives us are changing seasons. Thanks to Earth's nitrogen oxygen rich air we can take deep cleansing breaths and feel gentle breezes against our skin. We have solid ground to stand on something. We take for granted but not the stuff. Every planet is made of and clean water to swim in so the next time a rainy day. Has You feeling blue? Just think about the big blue marble we call home and remember there are sunny days ahead for innovation now. I'm Jennifer poet. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
"Eating fresh produce is an important part of a healthy diet. But if you in space, where's the closest farmers market this is innovation. Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future astronauts and space if the same benefits from eating fresh fruits and vegetables as anyone on earth. But growing those highly nutritious foods can be a challenge as part of NASA's Flight Opportunities Program Space Labs. Technologies recently sent their hydroponic chamber pond two sub orbital space on one of blue origins, reusable launch vehicles during the flight of the Commercial Rocket Lily. Pond experienced several minutes of microgravity before. Returning to Earth, researchers will use the data from the flight to prove that they're closely stacked. Shallow growth trays will keep the water needed for hydroponic farming securely in place when choosing a crop for the hydroponic experiment, the company zeroed in on duck weed with its high protein content a rich supply of antioxidants, amino acids, and Omega threes. The crunchy vegetable is a superfood that grows fast and extreme environments and just as important tastes good for innovation now, I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V..
"Every year more than seventy thousand women die from post the bleeding complications mostly in developing countries. Where where medical care is not easily accessible but a pressure garment developed by NASA researchers has been shown to cut that mortality rate in half this is innovation innovation. Now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future NASA has long used g suits or inflatable compression garments that prevent blood from pooling in the legs to keep its test pilots and astronauts from blacking out during moments of extreme acceleration. After a modified g suit was used to save a woman suffering from postpartum hemorrhage a complication after childbirth that if left untreated can be fatal NASA scientists conducted research that led them to an even better understanding of how anti gravity Lee suits could be used to decrease bleeding today. A commercially developed reusable garment is a tech transfer that saves new mothers all around the world world and costs less than a dollar per use doctors. Who Use these miracle suits to save. Lives often have just one thing to say thank you. NASA MAR innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w H._R. V..
"The interplanetary. Internet is poised to get a massive speed upgrade using lasers think of it as broadband from beyond this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. It started out as an experiment and cutting edge technologies, and the first test has passed with flying colors. NASA communicates with all its deep space. Explorers through radio signals radio over interplanetary distances isn't just slow. It can only carry a limited amount of data at about the speed of an old telephone modem Internet connection, but using lasers NASA was able to show that it could reliably move massive amounts of data in real time from a probe orbiting the. The moon to the earth and back the glitch free connection is important because you don't want to miss any data from deep space or lose important instructions headed out to your probes future communications lasers could lead to live three D video from Mars in high definition, currently probes have to store large data files and trickled back to Earth over days using large heavy antennas together weak radio signals, but lasers could make these probes smaller and cheaper to use. Eventually we could be using space lasers commercially in the satellite that bring you. Your phone calls entertainment and Internet connections, all with enhanced data, rates and capacity for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer, Poli? Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V..
"In mid September two asteroids entered Earth's neighborhood safely flying on by this is innovation now bringing bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future near Earth objects are asteroids and comets that orbit the sun their orbits bring them within thirty million million miles of earth as part of a planetary defence strategy. NASA's near Earth Observation Programme tracks and monitors these space objects chicks astronomers use telescopes to make measurements of an asteroid's position as it moves across the sky. Scientists compare these measurements to the predictions. Sion's of a computer model of its orbit around the Sun. The more measurements taken the more accurate the prediction NASA is tracking more than twenty thousand near Earth Earth objects and thanks to advanced radar techniques improved optical telescopes and space-based infrared astronomy. An average of thirty new discoveries are added each week the September asteroids like many other space objects came within three point five million miles of our home planet but Breathe Easy Nastase orbit calculations ruled out any chance the asteroids would pose a threat to Earth for innovation now I'm Jennifer. pulley innovation now is produced used by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w H._R. V..
"To study this mysterious ocean world. Nasa has selected dragonfly as part of the agency's new frontiers program. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. Next destination in the solar system is the richly organic world of titan with a nitrogen based atmosphere similar to earth. This mysterious moon of saturn also boasts rainshowers of liquid methane organic sand-dunes deep impact craters. An icy subsurface oceans exploration by a single vehicle difficult titan is unlike any other place in the solar system but dragonfly is like no other mission and it is dragonflies design that sets it apart. Eight rotors helped the vehicle fly like a drone while allowing it to land at multiple destinations on the icy moon using years of cassini data. The dragonfly team has selected a safe initial landing site in short flights from there. The rotorcraft will fly to dozens of promising locations on titan collecting samples and examining the diverse environment while searching for the building blocks of life on another world for innovation. Now i'm jennifer poli. Innovation now is produced by the national institute of aerospace through collaboration with nasa.
AI in the Sky
"If properly designed and tested aircraft can benefit from our intelligence by adding features that support the pilot crew and passengers innovation now. Artificial intelligence refers to computer programs that imitate human like behavior. These programs can problem solve and make changes in response to the information. They've been exposed to essentially learning from their environment. Air Traffic and communication systems on the ground may be enhanced by artificial intelligence navigation. Plans could be quickly modified to avoid turbulence or risky flightpaths as new information is collected and analyzed so FAA researchers are collaborating with AI developers to identify non safety critical applications that by design have little risk and may lower the cost of air travel for the flying public and as new applications for artificial intelligence are proposed. Faa scientists and engineers will work with the aviation community to develop guidelines that will ensure the safe integration of these technologies in airborne systems for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer Paulie innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.
"If properly designed and tested aircraft can benefit from artificial intelligence by adding features that support the pilot crew and passengers. Innovation now. Artificial intelligence refers to computer programs that imitate human like behavior. These programs can problem solve and make changes in response to the information they've been exposed to essentially learning from their environment air traffic and communication systems on the ground may be enhanced by artificial intelligence. Navigation plans could be quickly modified to avoid turbulence or risky flightpaths as new information is collected and analyzed. So FAA researchers are collaborating with AI developers to identify non safety critical applications that by design have little risk and may lower the cost of air travel for the flying public and as new applications for artificial intelligence are proposed FAA scientists and engineers will work with the aviation community to develop guidelines that will ensure the safe integration of these technologies in airborne systems. For Innovation now, I'm Jennifer. Paulie. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w? HR V.?
"Now put an ear to the ground on Mars and you'll hear a symphony of sounds granted you'll need superhuman hearing but Nastase insight lander these links and clinks aren't caused by ghosts there the sounds of quakes on Mars this is innovation equipped with a very special ear SEIS the spacecraft's exquisitely sensitive size monitor was designed to listen for seconds each quake is a subtle rumble but the sensitive ear means SEIS picks up other noises as well each movement of incites robot attic arm produces a piercing noise evening as win the peculiar sounds the inside team calls dinks and dunks become more prevalent ars quake's scientists will study how the waves of these quakes moved through the planet's Interior revealing the deep inner structure of Mars for the first time seismic waves on the dryer cratered surface of Mars ring for a minute or so where on earth quakes can come and go and now I'm Jennifer Paulie innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with Nessa on headphones and listen for yourself to the reportings posted at Morris Dot Nasa Dot Gov what does that eerie whistling sound like to you for innovation.
Twenty Twenty Vision
"Nasa optometrist's verify that March twenty twenty has twenty twenty vision. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The Moore's twenty. Twenty rover contains an armada of imaging equipment from wide-angle landscape cameras to narrow angle. High Resolution Zoom Lenses but the cameras aren't just there to capture pretty pictures. Some of the cameras will help. Perseverance CARRY OUT. Its tasks as a robotic geologist looking for organic compounds could be related to pass life on. Mars. Other cameras will work together to acquire panoramic three d data that support route planning robotic arm operations and trilling working in tandem. Cameras will provide complementary views of the terrain to safeguard the rover against getting lost or crashing into unexpected obstacles and the cameras will be used by software enabling the rover to perform self driving over the Martian terrain to ensure the equipment is calibrated for resolution and geometric every camera on the rover must undergo an eye exam before launch so when those visionary science instruments begin capturing images on Mars. It will truly be an eye opening experience for all for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
Mimicking Human Cells
"Tissue ships could help predict to the effectiveness of medicine in humans innovation. Now a series of investigations have been conducted aboard the International Space Station to test tissue chips in microgravity made a flexible plastic tissue chips have ports and channels to provide nutrients and oxygen to the human cells contained inside them. The chips provide a home for the cells outside. The body. Tissue chips behave much like an astronaut. Spotty in space rapidly experiencing changes often associated with ageing scientists can make observations over the course of a few weeks in microgravity. That would have taken months or years to happen. On Earth fluids that mimic blood can be infused with drugs and passed through the chip by analyzing the chips. Once they are returned to Earth researchers are able to measure the effectiveness of potential treatments without conducting human or animal trials and personalized chips could be used to monitor cell changes and propose counter measures to keep astronauts healthy on missions to the moon and Mars for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer. Pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA.
Contributions to Aeronautics
"We all benefit from Nasr's contributions to aeronautics from the cockpit to arrival terminals NASA is with you when you fly why this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future thanks to advancements in aeronautics developed by NASA. Today's the aviation industry is better equipped than ever to safely and efficiently transport both people and cargo to their destinations streamlined find bodies quieter engines techniques for preventing icing and lightweight composite structures all trace their origins back to NASA research. Even air traffic controllers rely on NASA developed procedures and computer software tools today NASA continues its aviation heritage with a strong commitment to dramatically reducing environmental impact while maintaining safety in more crowded skies new quiet supersonic onic technologies have the potential to make faster than sound air travel overland possible for everyone the D._n._A.. Of the entire aviation in industry is infused with NASA technology and NASA flies with you every time you take to the skies for innovation now. I'm Jennifer poet off. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by W H._R..