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Technological Innovation from Space

NASA Logo The NASA Technology Plan has been developed by NASA to describe the NASA technology program. The goal is to broaden the understanding of NASA technology programs and to encourage greater participation from outside the Agency.

By relating technology goals to anticipated mission needs, NASA hopes to stimulate additional innovative approaches to technology challenges and promote more cooperative programs with partners outside NASA who share common goals.

Learn more about the NASA Technology Plan by visiting the links below.

NASA Technology Portal

NASA Technology Centers of Excellence

Atmospheric Flight Operations–
Dryden Flight Research Center
Lead Center for: Flight Research R&T
Propulsion Testing Systems–
Stennis Space Center
Lead Center for: Commercial Remote Sensing, Rocket Propulsion Testing
Deep Space Systems–
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Lead Center for: Planetary Science and Exploration, New Millennium Earth Observing Systems Program
Scientific Research–
Goddard Space Flight Center
Lead Center for: Earth Observing Satellite, Earth Probes, NOAA Reimbursable Program, SBIR/STTR
Human Operations in Space–
Johnson Space Center
Lead Center for: Advanced Human Support Technology, Biomedical Research & Countermeasures, Space Operations
Space Propulsion–
Marshall Space Flight Center
Lead Center for: Microgravity Research, Space Product Development
Information Technology–
Ames Research Center

Lead Center for: Gravitational Biology and Ecology, Aviation Operations R&T, High Performance Computing & Communication
Structures and Materials–
Langley Research Center

Lead Center for: High Speed Research, Advanced Subsonics Technology, Airframe Systems R&T, Aviation Safety Program
Launch and Payload Processing Systems–
Kennedy Space Center
Lead Center for: Acquisiton and Management of ELV Launch Services, Payload Carriers, Payload Processing, and Support
Turbomachinery–
Glenn Research Center
Lead Center for: Propulsion System R&T