Karel Vredenburg interviews Jay Trimble who is Computer Scientist at NASA ARC and the Group Lead for the User Centered Technology Group. Jay tells about the NASA Ames Research Center, the major types of work they do, how user-centered approaches have been introduced there, what has worked best, and what the major contributions have been to the overall NASA program.
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Guests: Ariel Waldman founder of Spacehack.org, Christie Dudley of Team FREDnet, Geoffrey Chu and Matt Everingham of NASA Ames Research Center, David Burchanowski of awesomenessinabox.com and Jade Wang, neuroscientist at NASA
The new SOFIA observatory isn’t your average NASA project. Engineers took a 30-year old 747 airplane, cut a hole in the side and installed a 17-ton telescope. Most telescopes are either on the ground or somewhere in orbit, but SOFIA falls somewhere in the middle, flying around at about 40,000 feet.
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