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Shaping the Future of Space: Highlights From Booz Allen and “Top Space Exec to Watch” Andrea Inserra

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“I’ve been here for 20 years, and what keeps me interested is that we are trying to solve some of the greatest challenges we face as a nation.”

-Booz Allen Executive Vice President and “Top 30 Space Exec to Watch” Andrea Inserra

The U.S. government’s increased commitment to NASA, the Space Force, and private public space collaboration brings a critical need for leadership, and those rising to the challenge oversee a variety of tasks: defense-based space support, advanced technologies, robotics, and more.

SAIC is Bringing on Tomorrow for Space Organizations

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As the space community accelerates timelines for quicker mission outcomes, SAIC is partnering to bring new ways of doing things.  Our mission knowledge coupled with industry relationships and aligned capabilities allow for transformation with confidence in the outcomes and peace of mind in the engineering.

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Are We Locking Earth Into a Space Prison?

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In 1986 Scientific American drew attention to this visual of space junk tracked by NORAD, 7,000 spent rocket debris and the 40,000 objects with a diameter of 10 centimeters or more.  I used this visual in many of my presentations in the 1980s and in Paradigms in Progress (1991), making the point that not only was space junk a result of our wasteful, "rearview mirror" industrial paradigm, and that even debris the size of the paint flake which damaged the space shuttle Challenger’s windshield in 1984 could, at orbital speeds endanger future satellites and space travel.

“Xploration Station,” Fox’s Block of STEM Programming for Kids, Earns Eight Daytime Emmy Nominations

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The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the nominees for the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and included eight nominations for Xploration Station, the three-hour block of STEM-related programming for kids and teens that airs on Fox TV Stations. Xploration Station consists of six half-hour shows exploring a wide range of scientific subjects, including space exploration, earth science, and more.

National Geographic Unveils Free Science Education Programs Inspired by New Series “One Strange Rock”

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On the eve of the premiere of One Strange Rock, the thrilling 10-part documentary series exploring the conditions that create life on Earth, 21st Century Fox’s National Geographic has launched a suite of educational tools designed to bring to life some of the series’ key scientific lessons. The resources are available completely free for educators and include activities for students of all a

To the Stars and Back: Booz Allen’s Angela Wallace on Her Career in Space

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To safely predict the coordinates of adversaries on the battlefield or touch base with family members back at home, deployed soldiers rely heavily on connectivity. Meet the problem solver at Booz Allen Hamilton, who for over two decades, has been developing next-generation satellite communications architectures to support and protect over 130,000+ deployed soldiers, sailors, and airmen. Meet Angela Wallace.

21CF and Pepsico Award $200,000 Scholarships to Women in Stem as Part of ‘The Search for Hidden Figures’ Contest

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21st Century Fox and PepsiCo, in partnership with the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS), have named Yuna Shin from Bothell, Washington, and Joy Bualamwini from Cambridge, Massachusetts, as the two grand prize winners of “The Search for Hidden Figures,” a contest awarding scholarships to young women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Bloomberg Interns Decode an Out-of-this-World Challenge

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Originally posted on Bloomberg.com

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Picture this: What happens when you take Bloomberg global engineering interns and task them with fixing a broken rocket ship? Take a look here:

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