Paticia Butler, Senior Resource Manager

Employee Spotlight: Pat Butler

March 28, 2019

It takes more than science and engineering to realize NASA’s ambitions among the stars. It requires the tireless dedication of agency employees across many disciplines.

Dave Israel with family, friends at Silver Snoopy ceremony

Enhancing Exploration: ESC Architect Wins Silver Snoopy Award

November 05, 2018
On Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, Dave Israel, the Exploration and Space Communications projects division’s lead architect, was awarded one of NASA’s highest honors, the Space Flight Awareness Silver Snoopy Award. This award, which is given to less than one percent of NASA employees, honors those who make tremendous contributions to NASA’s human spaceflight initiative. view
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Goddard Visitor Center to Unveil New Space Communications Exhibit

October 23, 2018

Next week, on Oct. 31, NASA's Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program, Goddard's Exploration and Space Communications (ESC) projects division and the Goddard Visitor Center will debut a new exhibit highlighting NASA's storied legacy and continued innovation in space communications.

Robin Krause portrait

Robin Krause: A Geologist with Her Eyes on the Stars

October 18, 2018
A NASA native of 31 years, Robin Krause is no stranger to innovation. From her leadership in creating software that provides Earth observation and data services for the entire Earth science community, members of the public, and other government agencies to her work leading a multi-billion-dollar ground segment project, Robin has made a substantial impact at the agency. She now continues to do so here in the Exploration and Space Communications (ESC) projects division. view
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NASA Debuts “The Invisible Network,” a Space Communications and Navigation Podcast

October 16, 2018

We sit on the precipice of a golden age of space exploration - a renaissance of space science and technology. Every day, NASA sends millions of bits of data to Earth, unraveling long-held mysteries about the universe, our solar system and even our own planet. But what makes it all possible?

NASA presents “The Invisible Network,” a podcast giving you a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the feats of engineering that make possible humanity’s ambitions among the stars.