NASA Ames Research Center is one of 10 NASA field centers, placed in center of California’s Silicon Valley. It is established in 1939, December 20, as National Advisiry Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) and finally merged into National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). World class research and development organized by NASA. NASA started with $860 million budget per annum and 2500 employees. Main aims of Ame’s are:
· To increase public and private partnerships
· Research in Space, Lunar, Earth and Biological Sciences
· Innovative, reliable exploration technologies and high performance
· Maintain lead status for NASA in small spacecraft missions.
· Develop skills in information technology, engineering, aeronautics research and aerospace.
Areas of Ames Ingenuity:
Entry systems: Safely delivering spacecraft to Earth & other celestial bodies
Supercomputing: Enabling NASAs advanced modeling and simulation
NextGen air transportation: Transforming the way we fly
Airborne science: Examining our own world & beyond from the sky
Low-cost missions: Enabling high value science to low Earth orbit & the moon
Biology & astrobiology: Understanding life on Earth - and in space
Exoplanets: Finding worlds beyond our own
Autonomy & robotics: Complementing humans in space
Lunar science: Rediscovering our moon
Human factors: Advancing human-technology interaction for NASA missions
Wind tunnels: Testing on the ground before you take to the sky
The following is the list of scholars from NASA Ames Research Center who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from NASA Ames Research Center that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from NASA Ames Research Center that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.