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2022

Why Scientists Want NASA to Approve an Interstellar Probe That Would Plumb the Depths of the Galaxy (WBUR, August 8, 2022)

To the Moon! South Korea’s First Lunar Mission Is on Its Way (Nature, August 5, 2022)

Near-Earth Asteroid Has a Surface Like a Fun-House Pit of Plastic Balls (CNN, August 4, 2022)

APL’s Future Vision (Space News, August 2022)

As NASA’s Asteroid Impact Mission Nears, Similar Chinese Efforts Raise Eyebrows (Breaking Defense, August 3, 2022)

South Korea to Send Its First Mission to the Moon (Smithsonian Magazine, July 29, 2022)

Will a NASA-Assisted Diffractive Solar Sail Take Us to the Sun? (Interesting Engineering, July 28, 2022)

With Lunar Orbiter, South Korea Will Join a Revived Race to Explore the Moon (Science, July 28, 2022)

‘Voyager on Steroids.’ Mission Would Probe Mysterious Region Beyond Our Solar System (Science, July 28, 2022)

Seismic Missions Could Reveal the Solar System’s Underworlds (Scientific American, July 28, 2022)

‘Everybody Is So Excited’: South Korea Set for First Moon Mission (Nature, July 28, 2022)

Interstellar Probe: Has Its Time Finally Come? (Space.com, July 26, 2022)

South Korea Is Ready to Launch Its 1st Moon Mission (Space.com, July 26, 2022)

Space Age Pursuits Lead to Grounded Tech (Truck News, July 21, 2022)

A New Private Moon Race Kicks Off Soon (Scientific American, July 21, 2022)

Global Map of Lunar Hydrogen: Data Confirms Role Water Played in Moon’s Formation (Science News, July 20, 2022)

Two Companies Join SpaceX in the Race to Mars, with a Launch Possible in 2024 (Ars Technica, July 19, 2022)

Johns Hopkins APL Promotes Barry Grabow as National Health Mission Area Executive (ExecutiveGov, July 18, 2022)

SWE Recognizes Individuals in Engineering and Technology for STEM Achievements & Community Contributions (Design World, July 18, 2022)

‘Rebooting’ the Moon: NASA’s Artemis Program Aims for Lunar Sustainability (Space.com, July 16, 2022)

Matt Zuber: From Gazette Athlete of Year to USAF Colonel with Ph.D. (The Gazette, July 11, 2022)

Asteroid Bennu Nearly Swallowed Up NASA’s Sampling Spacecraft (Space.com, July 8, 2022)

Asteroid Bennu Sports Landslide and Massive Crater From Tiny Space Rock (Space.com, July 6, 2022)

BOLT II: Texas A&M Students Help Advance Hypersonic Research (Texas A&M University Engineering, July 5, 2022)

NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Releasing Spectacular 5.6-Gigapixel Map of the Red Planet (SciTechDaily, July 4, 2022)

This Little Mars Helicopter Has Opened a New Frontier in Space Exploration (Grid News, July 4, 2022)

Secrets of the Moon’s Permanent Shadows Are Coming to Light (Wired, July 3, 2022)

Opinion: July Fourth Is a Time to Sing Our Complicated Country’s Praises (The Washington Post, July 3, 2022)

Webb Telescope Will Look for Signs of Life Way Out There (The New York Times, July 2, 2022)

Paralyzed Man Uses Robotic Arms to Feed Himself for First Time in 30 Years (Upworthy, July 2, 2022)

Deep Impact: What to Know About Asteroids and When We Should Be Worried About Them (Fox Weather, July 1, 2022)

HCEDA, APL Collaborate on Smart City Concept for Gateway (The Business Monthly, July 2022)

Paralyzed Man Is Able to Feed Himself for the First Time in 30 Years Thanks to Robotic Arms (People, June 30, 2022)

A New Map of Mars, Made from 51,000 Orbital Images (Universe Today, June 29, 2022)

Meet the Newest Grantees of the Cohen Translational Engineering Fund (The Hub, June 29, 2022)

Pentagon Reaches Important Waypoint in Long Journey Toward Adopting ‘Responsible AI’ (FedScoop, June 29, 2022)

China Lured Graduate Jobseekers into Digital Espionage (Financial Times, June 29, 2022)

Spotting Objects From Space Is Easy. This Challenge Is Harder (Wired, June 28, 2022)

Simultaneous Extreme Weather Created Dangerous Conditions in U.S. (The Hub, June 28, 2022)

Rover the Moon (The Hub, June 28, 2022)

NASA $4 Billion Uranus Voyage Could Be Windfall for Space Firms (Bloomberg Law, June 28, 2022)

Assembling a Wire Harness for Deep Space (Assembly Magazine, June 27, 2022)

eLearning Skills 2030: Embracing Lifelong Learning (eLearning Industry, June 26, 2022)

CDAO, Air Force Test AI-Enabled ‘Smart Sensor’ Autonomous Tech on UAS; Lt. Gen. Michael Groen Quoted (ExecutiveGov, June 24, 2022)

Ancient Volcanoes May Have Left Ice at the Moon’s Poles (Science News for Students, June 23, 2022)

NASA’s DART Asteroid-Impact Probe Spots the Bright Star Vega (Space.com, June 21, 2022)

New Intel Program Will Tap AI to Help Personnel ‘Walk Through’ Unfamiliar Areas Before They Arrive (Fed Scoop, June 21, 2022)

NASA Starts Shutting Down Voyager After 50 Years (The Independent, June 20, 2022)

Artificial Skin Grown From Human Cells Points to the Future of Robots (Interesting Engineering, June 19, 2022)

All You Need to Know About Solar Sails with Amber Dubill and Dr. Grover Swartzlander (Space and Things Podcast, June 16, 2022)

Record-Breaking Voyager Spacecraft Begins to Power Down (Scientific American, June 16, 2022)

How the Bluest Asteroid in the Solar System Got Its Color (Space.com, June 16, 2022)

US Monkeypox Response Repeats the Mistakes Made on Covid (Bloomberg Opinion, June 14, 2022)

2 Hopkins Faculty Teams Receive Grants Through the Cohen Translational Engineering Fund (The Daily Record, June 14, 2022)

Tracing the Remnants of Andromeda’s Violent History (Carnegie Science, June 13, 2022)

Houston, We Have a Podcast — Ep. 248: Lunar Vertex (NASA, June 10, 2022)

A Venus-Bound Mission From NASA Will Carry a Tiny Sensor Built by Students to the Planet’s Hellish Surface (Space.com, June 9, 2022)

Meet NASA’s Giant Spacecraft Designed to Hunt for Alien Life in Our Solar System (CNET, June 9, 2022)

Our Space: Halftime for Parker Solar Probe (Union Recorder, June 7, 2022)

The Mysteries at the Edge of the Solar System Keep Growing (Axios, June 7, 2022)

NASA’s Sun-Grazing Parker Solar Probe Will Zip Through Its 12th Stellar Closeup Today (Space.com, June 1, 2022)

Fatigue Monitoring System Could Prevent Warfighter Injuries (The Hub, May 31, 2022)

Mission Midpoint: Parker Solar Probe Makes 12th Encounter with Sun (The Hub, May 31, 2022)

What Really Happens When Mercury Is in Retrograde (The Atlantic, May 28, 2022)

NASA Looks to Solar Sails as a Way to Power Future Missions (NBC News, May 26, 2022)

NASA Technology Development Program Picks Solar Sail for Phase III Study (ExecutiveBiz, May 26, 2022)

Charles Co. MESA Teams Place in State Competition (The Southern Maryland Chronicle, May 25, 2022)

Cassini’s Dramatic End: A Planetary Radio Reprise (Planetary Society, May 25, 2022)

NASA Moves Ahead with Wild Solar Sail Concept (Gizmodo, May 25, 2022)

Morgan Graduates Accept the Call to Create and Serve Amid Packed Stadium and Soaring Temps (AFRO News, May 24, 2022)

Ice at the Moon’s Poles Might Have Come From Ancient Volcanoes (Science News, May 24, 2022)

NASA Lucy Mission Observes a Total Lunar Eclipse (Phys.org, May 23, 2022)

The Best Places to Work in 2022, Ranked (CBS News, May 20, 2022)

The Audacious Science Pushing the Boundaries of Human Touch (National Geographic, May 19, 2022)

The Pentagon Is Closing in on ‘Ethical’ AI Implementation (Defense One, May 18, 2022)

Want to See the Super Flower Blood Moon? Here’s One Scientist’s Tips for the Total Lunar Eclipse (Space.com, May 15, 2022)

Security News This Week: The NSA Swears It Has ‘No Backdoors’ in Next-Gen Ecryption (Wired, May 14, 2022)

Look to the Sky for Sunday Night’s Total Lunar Eclipse (Fox 2 Now, May 13, 2022)

The Hidden Race to Protect the US Bioeconomy From Hacker Threats (Wired, May 12, 2022)

HCEDA, German Group Sign MOU for Cybersecurity Partnership (The Daily Record, May 11, 2022)

These Six Countries Are About to Go to the Moon — Here’s Why (Nature, May 11, 2022)

Blackrock Neurotech Has Acquired Johns Hopkins Spinout MindX (Technical.ly, May 11, 2022)

Johns Hopkins APL Promotes Erik Johnson to Chief of Staff (ExecutiveGov, May 4, 2022)

Pentagon Still Not Taking Full Advantage of Rapid Acquisition Authorities, Former Official Says (NextGov, May 3, 2022)

37 World-Changing Ways Companies Have Responded to the COVID-19 Pandemic (Fast Company, May 3, 2022)

These Innovative Projects Are Changing the Health Industry (Fast Company, May 3, 2022)

14 Projects Improving Water Around the World, Whether in Our Oceans or What We Drink (Fast Company, May 3, 2022)

Amazing Achievements From the Parker Solar Probe (Phys.org, May 3, 2022)

This High Schooler Invented a Low-Cost, Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm (Smithsonian Magazine, May 2, 2022)

Introducing The Daily Record’s 2022 Power 30 Higher Education (The Daily Record, April 29, 2022)

Secrets of the Moon’s Permanent Shadows Are Coming to Light (Quanta Magazine, April 28, 2022)

Smithsonian Exhibit Brings Largest Collection of Female Statues to DC (WUSA 9, April 27, 2022)

Asteroid Whisperer (MIT Technology Review, April 27, 2022)

Indoor Oceans for Science’s Sake (Johns Hopkins Magazine, Spring 2022)

Planetary Decadal Survey Says It’s Time for a Mission to Uranus (and Enceladus Too) (Phys.org, April 25, 2022)

Nuclear Energy: The Past, Present, and Future (Dope Labs Podcast, April 20, 2022)

A Brief History of How Scientists Have Learned About Bird Migration (Audubon, Spring 2022)

Uranus Should Be NASA’s Top Planetary Target, Influential Report Finds (Science, April 19, 2022)

NASA Extends APL-Led Solar and Space Physics Research Center (The Business Monthly, April 18, 2022)

Colony on Mars Is a Distant Dream, Renowned Astrophysicist Says (Greek Reporter, April 18, 2022)

APL’s REACTOR Prototype Brings XR Collaboration Capabilities (The Business Monthly, April 18, 2022)

University of Iowa Associate Professor Receives Grant to Investigate the Moon’s Swirls (The Daily Iowan, April 17, 2022)

Space Command’s Lt. Gen John Shaw Says Space Is ‘Under Threat’ (Wired, April 15, 2022)

NASA’s New ‘To Do’ List Is Published Next Week. Will It Go to Mars, an ‘Ice Giant’ or Saturn’s ‘Slam Dunk’ Ocean Moon? (Forbes, April 14, 2022)

SpaceX’s Starship and NASA’s SLS Could Supercharge Space Science (Scientific American, April 12, 2022)

Air Force Positions Autonomous Drones, Networked Weapon Systems as Top Priorities (FedScoop, April 12, 2022)

Future of Industrial Cybersecurity in Focus with APL’s MOSAICS (The Business Monthly, April 11, 2022)

Neptune Odyssey: Why We Need to Visit an Ice Giant (Planetary Society, April 6, 2022)

The Jaw-Dropping $2.5 Billion Mission to Land on ‘The Most Exciting Object in the Solar System’ (Forbes, April 6, 2022)

The Testing and Explainability Challenge Facing Human-Machine Teaming (Brookings, March 31, 2022)

New Controller Developed at UofL Improves Home Use of Epidural Stimulation for People with Spinal Cord Injuries (UofL News, March 30, 2022)

Flurona and the Future of Respiratory Virus Season (NETEC, March 29, 2022)

APL Delivers Satellite Tracking Capability to U.S. Space Force (The Business Monthly, March 28, 2022)

AI Visionary and Leader Dr. Jane Pinelis of the U.S. Department of Defense (Forbes, March 23, 2022)

Top 15 CSOs to Watch in 2022 (WashingtonExec, March 23, 2022)

Meet Five DC-Area Women Depicted by Those Bright Orange Smithsonian Statues (Washingtonian, March 21, 2022)

Eugene N. Parker, 94, Dies: Predicted Existence of Solar Wind (The New York Times, March 17, 2022)

Don’t Look Up! Winston-Salem Is Ground Zero for Simulated Asteroid Strike (Winston-Salem Journal, March 16, 2022)

APL Rings in 80 Years (The Business Monthly, March 14, 2022)

Celebrating Women in Aerospace Engineering: Sylvie DeLaHunt (University of Maryland, March 14, 2022)

Voices From DARPA Podcast Episode 54: Climate Tipping Points (DARPA, March 14, 2022)

Comet 67P Harbors Ancient Molecules of Solar System’s Earliest Primordial Oxygen (Forbes, March 12, 2022)

Got a Kid with Blossoming Interest in STEM? These Spots Will Inspire a Love of Science (The Washington Post, March 10, 2022)

Historical Records Reveal Major Space Weather Events (NASW, March 10, 2022)

The 9 Inspirational Women Leaders in AI Shaping the 21st Century (Forbes, March 10, 2022)

Did You Know Hopkins’ Space Lab Is Redirecting Asteroids with NASA? (Technical.ly, March 9, 2022)

Our Sun Keeps Flaring and These 2 Missions Are Capturing It All (CNN, March 9, 2022)

JHU & APL Working Together (Federal Telemedicine News, March 7, 2022)

When NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Flew Close by the Sun, Telescopes Were Watching From Earth and Space (Space.com, March 6, 2022)

Life-Sized Statues Honor Women STEM Trailblazers (Yahoo, March 4, 2022)

Smithsonian Unveils 120 Statues of Women in STEM for Women’s History Month (NBC, March 4, 2022)

Why the Equinox Can Make Your Credit Card Fail (Science Friday, March 4, 2022)

Navy Memorial to Present 2022 Naval Heritage Award to Christine Fox (SeaWaves Magazine, March 3, 2022)

Researchers Aim to Expand Solar Energy Usage (The Hub, March 2, 2022)

Scientists Gearing Up for Rocket Body’s March 4 Moon Crash (Space.com, March 2, 2022)

Space Junk Heading for Moon Will Add to 60+ Years of Lunar Debris (Nature, February 28, 2022)

NASA’s Daring Parker Solar Probe Spacecraft Zips Past the Sun Again Today (Space.com, February 25, 2022)

APL, IEEE Co-host International Conference on Assured Autonomy (The Business Monthly, February 22, 2022)

One Crater on the Moon Is Filled with Ice and Gas That Came From a Comet Impact (Universe Today, February 22, 2022)

US Marine Corps Eyes AI, ML Tools to Support Workforce Retention (Potomac Officers Club, February 22, 2022)

It’s BEYA Week: Meet the 2022 Legacy Award Winners, Part 2 (Black Engineer, February 16, 2022)

Billionaire Jared Isaacman Plans to Go Back to Space This Year (Forbes, February 14, 2022)

Podded Laser Weapon Took Center Stage in Latest Air Force Virtual Wargame (The Drive, February 11, 2022)

How NASA Is Working to Redirect Asteroid 7 Million Miles Away with DART Program (Inside Edition, February 11, 2022)

Announcing the 2022 Federal 100 (FCW, February 10, 2022)

2022 Athena Film Festival Announces Lineup for 12th Annual Edition (Awards Daily, February 10, 2022)

Can We Measure Dark Matter in Our Solar System? (EarthSky, February 10, 2022)

NASA Captures First-Ever Visual Light Images of Venus’ Surface From Space (Forbes, February 9, 2022)

Scientists Determine Comet Delivery to Moon (Phys.org, February 9, 2022)

How to Make a Radioactive Particle Detector! (CBS, February 8, 2022)

Project Wonder, Hopkins Team to Generate Discoveries From Data (The Business Monthly, February 8, 2022)

The Drones That Will Fly in Alien Skies (BBC, February 8, 2022)

Near-Earth Objects/Planetary Defense (Voice of America, February 4, 2022)

Improving AI Via Chess (The Hub, Winter 2021)

Chasing Space (The Hub, February 2, 2022)

Chesapeake Native to Be Featured on CBS Science Show ‘Mission Unstoppable’ (Daily Press, February 2, 2022)

Ken Melton on the Power of Storytelling (PRSA, February 2022)

JHU Applied Physics Lab Lands on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work List (WJZ, January 31, 2022)

What If We’re in the Middle — Not the End — of the Pandemic? (The Washington Post, January 31, 2022)

Austin Pushes to Fast-Track Hypersonic Missiles as China, Russia Make Gains (Politico, January 26, 2022)

NASA Finds Startling New Evidence for Recent Water Flow on Mars (Inverse, January 26, 2022)

Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival (Maryland STEM Festival, January 25, 2022)

These Are the Best Places to Work in 2022 (Thrillist, January 24, 2022)

Tonga Hit by Volcanic Eruptions, Not Nuclear Blast (Yahoo, January 21, 2022)

An Inside Look at How One Person Can Control a Swarm of 130 Robots (Popular Science, January 20, 2022)

Bobby Braun Moving From JPL to APL (Space Policy Online, January 20, 2022)

Q&A: Two Years and Many Pandemic Data Challenges Later (Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, January 20, 2022)

Doctor of Engineering Program Focuses on Practice (JHU Engineering, Winter 2022 edition)

INSA Announces Recipients of 2022 Achievement Award (INSA, January 19, 2022)

2022 WE Local Awards (SWE Blog, January 18, 2022)

An Asteroid Larger Than the Tallest Building on Earth Will Pass by Our Planet in Record Proximity Today (Yahoo, January 18, 2022)

APL Honored as Best Place to Work (The Business Monthly, January 18, 2022)

Interstellar Probe Proposed to Explore the Solar Neighborhood (Sky & Telescope, January 17, 2022)

The Rise of A.I. Fighter Pilots (The New Yorker, January 17, 2022)

China Landed on the Moon and Found Water in Dirt and Rocks (Mashable, January 16, 2022)

Johns Hopkins Astrophysicist Charles Bennett Earns Prestigious Rumford Prize (The Hub, January 13, 2022)

Johns Hopkins Astrophysicist Receives Prestigious Award for Experiment That ‘Transformed Our View of the Universe’ (The Baltimore Sun, January 13, 2022)

A “Potentially Hazardous” Asteroid More Than Twice the Size of the Empire State Building Will Make Close Pass by Earth Next Week (CBS, January 12, 2022)

Exploring Oxygen Ions in Jupiter’s Innermost Radiation Belts (Phys.org, January 12, 2022)

We Have Touched the Sun: The Parker Solar Probe’s Triumph (The Planetary Society, January 12, 2022)

Q&A on NASA’s DART Mission and James Webb Space Telescope (C-SPAN, January 11, 2022)

JAIC Creates New Position for ‘AI Assurance’ (Fed Scoop, January 7, 2022)

New Year, New Apocalypse! (WBEZ Chicago, January 7, 2022)

Naval Surface Warfare Center Invests in Additive Manufacturing Prototypes (Defense News, January 6, 2022)

Next National Defense Strategy Should Address Hybrid Warfare, Experts Say (NextGov, January 6, 2022)

U.S. and Chinese Scientists Propose Bold New Missions Beyond the Solar System (Scientific American, January 6, 2022)

Omicron or Delta? Why Learning Your COVID-19 Variant Isn’t Usually Possible (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 4, 2022)

Watch ‘Coronal Streamers’ Streak Off the Sun in Close-up Video From Parker Solar Probe (Space.com, January 4, 2022)

All the Space Exploration Missions to Look Forward to in 2022 (Salon, January 2, 2022)

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