Share Your Thoughts: Open Gov 3.0 Plan

| Four years ago, NASA released the first gen version of our Open Government Plan. We’re working on our third revision: Open Gov 3.0, which updates our progress from the last plan, and offers three new Flagship Initiatives: 1) Climate.Data.Gov, 2) Asteroid Grand Challenge, and 3) the Information Project. NASA has been given the leadership role […]

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Space Apps: Inspiration Beyond the Stars

| I never dreamed that Space Apps would be so inspiring. This year, we kicked off our activities in Doha, Qatar at midnight on Thursday night Qatar time and closed out in Seattle, Washington at 6 p.m. Pacific time — 76 hours of uninterrupted around-the-world hacking on NASA challenges. I spent time in New York at […]

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Innovating Together!

| Welcome back to open.nasa.gov! We have a new team to tackle new challenges and exciting opportunities to allow you to engage with NASA’s data, tools, and resources. As we update our activities and plans, and make them available to you here on this site, we’ll be looking for your participation as partners in NASA’s continued […]

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open.NASA (2007 – 2013)

| “Around here ... we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” Walt Disney

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Awesome Stuff in Space: Planet Mining GONE WILD

| You may have heard of the hyper-startup Planetary Resources, a company which aims to “expand Earth’s natural resource base” by developing (and eventually using) the technology to mine asteroids in the Solar System. They also have a lot of money, with investors such as Larry Page (Co-founder of Google) and James Cameron (Writer of Rambo: First […]

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Awesome Stuff in Space

| There are a couple of man-made objects in space that almost everyone will know about: the International Space Station, the Hubble Space Telescope, Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity and maybe Voyager I and/or  II. However, there is so much other man-made stuff in space it’s crazy (and it’s actually starting to become a problem). This abundance […]

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39A

| 39A is an online collaboration platform designed to help your community take ‘giant leaps’ forward in addressing your challenges and meeting your mission goals.

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Hanging Out with NASA at SXSW Interactive 2014

| NASA (and space exploration in general) has had a huge presence at the SXSW Interactive festival for the past few years, and this year is no different. Here is a list of space-related proposals that have been submitted for inclusion in this year’s festival.

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