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ABOUT NASA MEANS BUSINESS

NASA Orientation for Finalist Teams
NASA Means Business Student Competition 2009
NASA Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas

March 2, 2009

  • Constellation Program Status
    Jeff Hanley (Constellation Program Manager)

  • NASA and Industry Government, Legal and Ethical Considerations
    Amy Voight and Ed Fein (JSC Legal Office)

  • NASA Photographic & Video Resources and How to Access Them [7.9 MB PDF]
    Carlos Fontanot (International Space Station Imagery Working Group)

  • Space Animation
    Jack Frassanito (John Frassanito & Associates)

  • Space Animation and Education
    Marco Zambetti (Artist and Animator, Tietronix Software)

  • Space Art
    Pat Rawlings (Art Director, SAIC)

  • International Space Station (ISS) Program
    Jack Bacon (ISS Systems Integration Office)

  • Communicating with Images
    Mike Gentry (JSC Public Affairs Office)

  • Making Space for Business
    Michele Brekke (JSC Technology Transfer Office)

  • NASA and the Public [4.4 PDF]
    Debbie Nguyen (JSC Public Affairs Office)

March 3, 2009

 

 

 

NASA Means Business Student Competition is funded by the Coalition for Space Exploration and NASA, and is managed by Texas Space Grant Consortium