All Videos Tagged exploration (Peacepink) - Peacepink 2021-05-15T15:15:58Z https://peacepink.ning.com/video/video/listTagged?tag=exploration&rss=yes&xn_auth=no NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration tag:peacepink.ning.com,2012-02-17:2351430:Video:241459 2012-02-17T00:33:04.286Z Metric Clay https://peacepink.ning.com/profile/MetricClay NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey Expedition 29 by NASA tag:peacepink.ning.com,2012-01-20:2351430:Video:233099 2012-01-20T11:18:51.128Z Metric Clay https://peacepink.ning.com/profile/MetricClay NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey. NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey. Expedition 28 by NASA tag:peacepink.ning.com,2012-01-20:2351430:Video:232821 2012-01-20T11:10:04.685Z Metric Clay https://peacepink.ning.com/profile/MetricClay NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey. NASA's mission is to pioneer the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research. To do that, we have worked around the world -- and off it -- for more than 50 years, searching for answers to fundamental questions about our place in the universe. We're exploring space and discovering Earth. Join us for this exciting and important journey. One Giant Leap: Space Exploration and the New Pioneers May 13, 2009 tag:peacepink.ning.com,2010-01-22:2351430:Video:32267 2010-01-22T06:33:48.765Z Metric Clay https://peacepink.ning.com/profile/MetricClay Ken Davidian FAA Office, Commercial Space Transportation<br></br> Joanne Gabrynowicz director, Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law<br></br> William James Pomerantz senior director, space projects, X PRIZE<br></br> Geoff Yoder director, Constellations, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate<br></br> Spencer Reiss contributing editor, Wired Magazine<br></br> <br></br> Spencer Reiss, contributing editor of Wired Magazine, leads a panel discussion on the present and future of space exploration.<br></br> <br></br> Could the… Ken Davidian FAA Office, Commercial Space Transportation<br /> Joanne Gabrynowicz director, Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law<br /> William James Pomerantz senior director, space projects, X PRIZE<br /> Geoff Yoder director, Constellations, Exploration Systems Mission Directorate<br /> Spencer Reiss contributing editor, Wired Magazine<br /> <br /> Spencer Reiss, contributing editor of Wired Magazine, leads a panel discussion on the present and future of space exploration.<br /> <br /> Could the key to future space exploration lie in revisiting where we have already been? NASA and private companies are using travel to the Moon as a way to expand the space frontier. Both the public and the private sectors will be essential for creating the necessary new technologies to accomplish this task. What are the goals of current space missions? Who are the new players to watch? What laws govern space expeditions? Is there money to be made in the years to come? Developing the Hardware for Future Human Space Exploration tag:peacepink.ning.com,2009-09-02:2351430:Video:24409 2009-09-02T04:16:13.357Z Metric Clay https://peacepink.ning.com/profile/MetricClay <a href="https://peacepink.ning.com/video/developing-the-hardware-for"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="0" src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/1508851686?profile=original&amp;width=0&amp;height=0" width="0"></img><br /> </a> <br></br>While Michael Griffin sees a wealth of reasons for space exploration in general and returning to the moon in particular, NASA must still manage on a tiny portion of “the national treasure.” This 7/10th of a percent of the national budget – the equivalent of each American paying 15 cents every day – “is not an expenditure we should do without,” Griffin asserts. We are driven to… <a href="https://peacepink.ning.com/video/developing-the-hardware-for"><br /> <img src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/1508851686?profile=original&amp;width=0&amp;height=0" width="0" height="0" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />While Michael Griffin sees a wealth of reasons for space exploration in general and returning to the moon in particular, NASA must still manage on a tiny portion of “the national treasure.” This 7/10th of a percent of the national budget – the equivalent of each American paying 15 cents every day – “is not an expenditure we should do without,” Griffin asserts. We are driven to investigate beyond earth because curiosity and the desire to master new territory are “wired into our DNA.” But Griffin finds great value in the “opportunity for benign cooperative American leadership.” Space exploration strengthens the nation, society and the human species, he says.<br /> <br /> Developing a foothold on the moon will afford humans experience in operating away from earth’s environment, helping to develop the technology needed for opening the space frontier -- practice for Mars and beyond. Griffin provides details on emerging models for a new crew exploration vehicle and booster rockets. NASA is attempting to take advantage of earlier designs for the sake of economy and speed – “architecture with as little fuss and bother as possible, maximizing the use of things we already own.” There will be plenty of commercial opportunities in these public missions, with NASA seeking to purchase launch and communication services as soon as available. And he envisions promoting international cooperation by offering seats in the lunar lander in exchange, in one example, for help in setting up a lunar habitat. “We don’t want to return to the days where NASA does everything,” says Griffin.