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          Parker, Meet Parker      Cache   Translate Page      
At age 31, astrophysicist Gene Parker, now 91, mathematically described what we now call the "solar wind." This August, NASA launched the Parker Solar Probe -- the first mission named after a living person -- to study the Sun and solar wind, seeking to solve a sixty-year-old mystery.
          Neil deGrasse Tyson Denies Sexual Misconduct Claims, Welcomes Investigation      Cache   Translate Page      

Astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson has disputed the allegations of sexual misconduct that were made public by three women. The famous scientist defended himself in a lengthy Facebook post shortly after Fox and the producers of the television series Cosmos said they had opened investigations into the claims that were first published by the website Patheos. The American Museum of Natural History in New York, where Tyson directs the Hayden Planetarium, also said it was looking into the claims.

In the Facebook post that Tyson published under the headline “On Being Accused,” the astrophysicist went through each of the accusations, noting that two of them were nothing but friendly gestures while he suggested that a third—and the most serious—allegation never took place.

Katelyn N. Allers, an associate professor of physics and astronomy at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, told Patheos that she felt uncomfortable with he way Tyson grabbed her and looked into her dress when he realized she had a tattoo of the solar system. Allers said Tyson became “obsessed” with whether her tattoo included Pluto. “He looked for Pluto, and followed the tattoo into my dress,” she said, noting that the action made her feel “uncomfortable.” Tyson said that he was interested in the Pluto question since it had just been declared it was not a planet and insists he had no idea Allers had been uncomfortable. “That was never my intent and I’m deeply sorry to have made her feel that way,” he wrote.

Another woman, Ashley Watson, said she quit her job as Tyson’s assistant after he made her feel uncomfortable with sexually suggestive advances. At one point that included Tyson showing her what he described as a “Native American handshake.” That involved holding hands, making eye contact and feeling the other person’s pulse. After she broke it off, he said he wanted to hug her but said it was better not to because otherwise he’d “just want more.” Tyson denies there was anything sexual about the encounter and said that when Watson told him she felt uncomfortable he “apologized profusely.”

The third allegation had been made before as Tchiya Amet El Maat has publicly accused Tyson of raping her in 1984. She claims this took place when they were graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin. Tyson never refers to any of the accusers by name but it seems pretty clear this is the case he writes about when he mentions he had been “intimate only a few times” with his accuser during his time as an astrophysics graduate school. Tyson points out that the allegation was only made after his “visibility-level took another jump.”

“Accusations can damage a reputation and a marriage. Sometimes irreversibly. I see myself as loving husband and as a public servant—a scientist and educator who serves at the will of the public,” he wrote. Tyson also recognized, however, that people have no reason to believe his version of events. “I’m the accused, so why believe anything I say? Why believe me at all?” Tyson wrote, before saying that this demonstrates “the value of an independent investigation.”


          Neil DeGrasse Tyson Under Investigation For Sexual Misconduct Claims      Cache   Translate Page      
According to Page Six, Neil deGrasse Tyson, renowned astrophysicist and host of television show “Cosmos,” is under investigation by National Geographic network for allegations of sexual misconduct.
          В Млечном пути найдены гигантские звезды с хвостами      Cache   Translate Page      
Астрономы из Великобритании обнаружили в Млечном пути гигантские звезды с хвостами как у комет. Наблюдения ученых опубликованы в журнале Astronomy & Astrophysics. Кометоподобные звезды нашли при помощи данных из обсерватории ALMA в молодом звездном кластере Westerlund 1, расположенном в 15 тысячах световых лет, в направлении созвездия Жертвенник. Westerlund 1 является одним из самых массивных звездных кластеров нашей Галактики. В нем примерно 200 тысяч звезд и по сравнению с Солнцем, которому 4 млрд лет, он очень молод – 3 млн лет. Новые наблюдения Westerlund 1, проведенные радиоастрономом Даниелем Мари Фенеком из Университетского колледжа Лондона, показали, что у некоторых из гигантских звезд в кластере есть кометоподобные «хвосты». Образование этих «хвостов» напоминает образование кометных хвостов в Солнечной системе, которые всегда направлены в противоположную сторону от ядра своих комет из-за ветра частиц, летящих от Солнца. «Схожим образом хвосты огромных красных звезд, которые можно увидеть на снимке ALMA, указывают в обратную сторону от ядра скопления. Скорее всего, они появились в результате воздействия кластерных ветров, создаваемых сотнями горячих и массивных звезд, находящихся ближе к центру Westerlund 1. Эти массивные структуры покрывают огромные расстояния и обозначают удивительный эффект, который может оказывать окружающая среда на формирование и развитие звезд», – отметил астроном.
          The David Pakman Show - December 4, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

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--Steven Pearlstein, business and economics columnist at the Washington Post, Professor of Public Affairs at George Washington University, and author of "Can American Capitalism Survive, Why Greed is Not Good, Opportunity is Not Equal and Fairness Won’t Make Us Poor," joins David to discuss capitalism, inequality, and much more

--How Donald Trump and Jordan Peterson appeal to insecure men

--Republicans finally have a real "voter fraud" scandal, in reality election fraud, in North Carolina's 9th Congressional district

--Donald Trump commits witness tampering and possible obstruction of justice, again, on Twitter, tweeting about Roger Stone's interactions with special prosecutor Robert Mueller

--Even Fox News anchor Kennedy Montgomery admits that Robert Mueller might "have something" despite most of their on-air staff continuing to deny the possibility

--Donald Trump is now slamming the military spending he proposed and got approved as "crazy," raising questions about why he's saying this now

--American-born US citizen Peter Sean Brown is suing the government, claiming he was held by ICE at a Miami, Florida detention center

--The Eggman leaves a voicemail expressing surprise that David spoke about the sexual assault allegations against astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson

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          Best Astronomy and Astrophysics Books      Cache   Translate Page      
Space.com's editors present a list of the astrophysics and astronomy books worth a read-through.
          (USA-FL-Kennedy Space Center) AST, Aerospace Flight Systems      Cache   Translate Page      
* Videos * Duties Help ## Duties ### Summary This position is for a flight software analyst in the Flight Dynamics Branch of the NASA Launch Services Program (VAH10). Requires detailed knowledge of software coding practices for commercial launch vehicle providers (including but not limited to powered flight guidance, navigation, and control algorithms), as well as familiarity with applicable industry and government software standards. Learn more about this agency ### Responsibilities * This position is for a flight software analyst in the Flight Dynamics Branch of the NASA Launch Services Program. * Requires detailed knowledge of software coding practices for commercial launch vehicle providers (including but not limited to powered flight guidance, navigation, and control algorithms). * Familiarity with applicable industry and government software standards. Familiarity with and/or experience developing and testing software in a variety of languages, including ADA and C/C++, are directly applicable, as is knowledge of Linux OS. * Experience with hardware and/or software in the loop testing for launch vehicle applications is required. * Support requirements development/verification, independent assessment and analysis, process monitoring, task reporting and technical interchanges with both launch service providers and spacecraft customers across NASA, industry, and academia. * Duties will also include flight software qualification support for new launch service providers. * Excellent oral and written communication skills are critical in order to support interchanges with LSP technical personnel and management, spacecraft customers and launch service contractors. * Excellent oral and written communication skills are critical in order facilitate reporting technical and schedule risk assessments to the NASA Mission Integration Team and program management via the LSP Engineering Review process. * Knowledge of launch vehicle flight design, trajectory analysis, guidance, navigation, and control, and orbital mechanics is required. Experience with MATLAB modeling and analysis is also required. ### Travel Required Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties ##### Supervisory status No ##### Promotion Potential 13 * #### Job family (Series) 0861 Aerospace Engineering * Requirements Help ## Requirements ### Conditions of Employment * A one-year probationary period may be required * Occasional travel may be required * Successful completion of a security investigation will be required ### Qualifications Applicant must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade, which has equipped the applicant with the particular competencies needed to successfully perform the duties of the position described above. One year of specialized experience: Technical competence in aerospace engineering (i.e., electrical, mechanical, structural, dynamics, guidance and software) as well as expert knowledge of software design and development as applied to launch vehicles. In addition, must possess a general technical knowledge of launch and spacecraft systems as they relate to attainment of mission objectives. Must be innovative in applying broad technical knowledge to the solution of technically complex problems designed to advance the state-of-the-art. Maintains cognizance of the state-of-the-art in flight software design, test, checkout and verification in support of NASA missions. Utilizes an extensive knowledge of the design, operation, test, and checkout of unmanned launch vehicle software in order to provide insight/oversight of Expendable Vehicle processing for Government payloads. ### Education Basic education requirement (combine with appropriate grade level AST qualification statement) Basic Education Requirement: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major study in Aeronautical Engineering, Aeronautics, Aerospace Engineering, Architecture, Astronautical Engineering, Astronautics, Astronomy, Astrophysics, Biomedical Engineering, Ceramic Engineering, Ceramics, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science*, Life Science, Earth and Planetary Science, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Geology, Geophysics, Industrial Engineering, Materials Engineering, Materials Science, Mathematics (Pure or Applied), Applied Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Metallurgy, Meteorology, Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Engineering Physics, Oceanography, Optical Engineering, Physics, Applied Physics, Engineering Physics, Space Science, Structural Engineering, Welding Engineering or other appropriate physical science or engineering field. Degrees in engineering technology are not considered to be qualifying for this position. *Note: Curriculum must include 30 semester hours of course work in a combination of mathematics, statistics and computer science that provided in-depth knowledge of the following: (1) theoretical foundations and practical applications of computer science, including digital computer system architecture and system software organization, the representation and transformation of information structures and the theoretical models for such representations and transformations; and (2) essential mathematical and statistical techniques. Of the 30 semester hours, 15 must be in any combination of statistics and mathematics which includes differential and integral calculus Please indicate the name of your college, major, degree and completion date in the education section. The accreditation, type of degree, and course work taken will determine if the basic education requirements are met. ### Additional information Any applicant tentatively selected for this position may be required to undergo a pre-employment background investigation. Individuals who have special priority selection rights under the Agency Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) or the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) must be well qualified for the position to receive consideration for special priority selection. See 'How You Will Be Evaluated' for definition of well qualified. Federal employees seeking CTAP/ICTAP consideration must indicate their eligibility when applying for a position. The USAJOBS resume asks you to identify your ICTAP eligibility; the NASA Supplemental Information asks you to identify your CTAP eligibility. If you are selected for the position, you must be prepared to submit proof that you meet the requirements for CTAP/ICTAP. This includes a copy of the agency notice, a copy of their most recent Performance Rating and a copy of their most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty location. As a condition of employment, male applicants born after December 31, 1959, must certify that they have registered with the Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law. In order to receive preference in hiring, you must clearly identify your claim for veterans preference on your resume. NASA's Applicant Guide provides the information needed to assist you in determining whether or not you can claim 5 or 10 point veterans preference. You should not submit documents to prove your eligibility for veterans preference at this time. However, you must be prepared to submit proof of veterans preference (DD-214, and, if claiming 10-point preference, SF-15 plus proof required by that form) as requested by the Human Resources Office. Veterans preference will only be considered based on what is supported For instance, if you claim 10-point preference, but are only able to document 5-point preference, you will be considered accordingly. If you fail to provide the required documents within the stated time period, we may withdraw a job offer and/or remove you from further consideration. Your USAJOBS account asks you to assign a name to each of your resumes. When you apply to a NASA position, we will show you the text of the resume you have submitted, but we do not maintain the name you have assigned to that resume. If you wish to keep track of that information, we recommend you make note of it at the time you apply. Fair Employment Opportunities for Applicants NASA Credit for National Service As identical vacancies are identified, additional selections may be made. Pay may be set in accordance with the General Pay Provisions delineated in NPR 3530.1C. The payment of relocation expenses is not authorized. Read more ### How You Will Be Evaluated You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above. NASA uses an automated system (Resumix) that matches the competencies extracted from your resume to the competencies identified by the selecting official for the position. Based on the competencies you match, you are placed in one of three categories identified as 90, 80, or 70 pt. quality categories, which are defined as: *90 pt. Category* - Tentatively meets (until subsequent confirmation upon referral) the basic qualification requirements identified in the vacancy announcement and has experience in the same or similar job that has demonstrated superior proficiency in the primary requirements of the position. *80 pt. Category* - Tentatively meets (until subsequent confirmation upon referral) the basic qualification requirements identified in the vacancy announcement and demonstrates satisfactory proficiency in the primary requirements of the position. *70 pt. Category* - Fails to meet criteria described in the 80 pt. category. Additional application guidance is available in NASA's Applicant Guide. *Information for Veterans*: The Category Rating Process protects the rights of veterans by placing them ahead of non-preference eligibles within each category. Preference eligibles who meet qualification requirements and have a compensable service-connected disability of at least 10 percent must be listed at the top of the highest quality category, except when the position being filled is scientific or professional at the GS-09 grade level or higher. For the purpose of the Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) and the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP), candidates rated in the top quality category are considered well-qualified Read more ### Background checks and security clearance ##### Security clearance Not Applicable ##### Drug test required No * Required Documents Help ## Required Documents To receive consideration, you must submit a resume and answer NASA-specific questions. The NASA questions appear after you submit your resume and are transferred to the NASA web site. If you successfully apply, USAJOBS will show your application status as 'Received'. If your status is 'Application Status Not Available', you have not successfully applied. Do not rely on a USAJOBS email to confirm successful application. Only an email from NASA confirms a successful application. NASA's application process has been specifically developed to ensure that we only ask you for the information we absolutely need to evaluate your qualifications and eligibility. In order to apply for this position, you only need to submit your resume and answer the screening questions and supplemental information. No additional documentation is accepted at the time of application. (For example you need not submit narrative 'KSA' statements; they are not required and will not be evaluated.) In this way we allow you to focus on preparing a resume that best describes your background and abilities. For assistance in preparing your resume, consult the Applicant Guide. Nothing further is required until requested by the Human Resources Office. At that point, we may ask you to submit documentation to support statements made in your resume. For example, we may ask you to provide academic transcripts or proof of Federal employment status. If you are claiming veterans' preference, we may ask you to submit proof of veterans preference (DD-214, and, if claiming 10-point preference, SF-15 plus proof required by that form). If you fail to provide the required documents within the stated time period, we may withdraw a job offer and/or remove you from further consideration. At NASA/KSC each organization is free to establish telework procedures that are compatible with mission requirements, while offering employees some options for work/life balance. Specific telework request will need to be approved by the immediate supervisor. You must meet qualifications requirements by the closing date of this announcement. As a Federal employee you are required by Federal statutes and regulations to avoid certain potential financial conflicts of interest and assignments in which it may appear that you could act partially. See 18 U.S.C. 208 & 5 C.F.R. 2635.502. #### If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements: Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating. * Benefits Help ## Benefits A career with the U.S. Government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federal benefits. Review our benefits Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered. * How to Apply Help ## How to Apply Deliberate attempts to falsify your application information, such as copying portions of this job announcement into your resume, may result in you being removed from consideration for this position. This vacancy is being filled through NASA STARS, an automated Staffing and Recruitment System. NASA partners with USAJOBS in providing a seamless application process. Before you begin the application process, please read the vacancy announcement carefully and have all required information available. You may begin the process of submitting your resume by clicking on the 'Apply Online' link. In order to be considered, you must submit a resume completed on the USAJOBS site. When completing your USAJOBS resume, please remember that NASA limits resumes to approximately 32,000 characters including spaces. NASA does not accept resumes uploaded to USAJOBS from a second source or documents attached through USAJOBS' document attachment feature. Once you submit your resume to NASA, you will be asked to complete a short series of additional questions. You must finish the entire process in order to have a complete application package and receive consideration. Your answers will not be saved unless you finish the entire application. You may edit a previously-submitted application, if the announcement is still open. If you are unable to apply electronically for this position, submit your resume and supplemental questions to: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 4200 Rideout Road Resume Operations Center/Mailstop: HS50 Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812. DO NOT submit your resume directly to the Center advertising this vacancy. Mailed resumes must be received by the close of business on the closing date of the announcement. Hard copy resumes requirements are provided at: Hard Copy Resume Requirements. If you are a first time applicant, we recommend that you review NASA's Applicant Guide to ensure that you are providing a complete resume. Failure to submit the supplemental data and a resume that contains all of the required information may result in loss of consideration for positions in which you are interested. All applications must be received no later than midnight Eastern Time on the closing date of the announcement. Read more ### Agency contact information ### KSC Jobs at ##### Phone ##### Email KSC-JobsInbox@mail.nasa.gov ##### Address NASA's Resume Operations Center 4200 Rideout Road, Mailstop HS50 Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812 US Learn more about this agency ### Next steps Candidates for NASA positions are evaluated using our automated staffing and recruitment system, NASA STARS, which compares your skills and experience as described in your resume with the requirements of the position. If you are found to be a highly qualified candidate, you will be referred to the selecting official for further consideration. (In some cases, individuals with priority for special consideration must be considered and selected before other candidates.) Whether or not you are contacted for an interview depends upon the location of the position and the judgment of the selecting official. At NASA, we pride ourselves on efficient and timely recruitment actions, and you can normally expect to learn the outcome of the selection process in a fairly short period of time. In addition, to ensure that you can measure progress for yourself, NASA provides you with regularly updated information on the status of the vacancy announcement. Read more * Fair & Transparent ## Fair & Transparent The Federal hiring process is setup to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance. ### Equal Employment Opportunity Policy The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. * Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for federal employees & job applicants Read more ### Reasonable Accommodation Policy Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process should follow the instructions in the job opportunity announcement. For any part of the remaining hiring process, applicants should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when: * An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. * An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. * An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. Learn more about disability employment and reasonable accommodations or how to contact an agency. Read more #### Legal and regulatory guidance * Financial suitability * Social security number request * Privacy Act * Signature and false statements * Selective Service * New employee probationary period This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/518426500. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered. *Open & closing dates:* 12/04/2018 to 12/12/2018 *Service:* Competitive *Pay scale & grade:* GS 13 *Salary:* $87,676 to $113,979 per year *Appointment type:* Permanent *Work schedule:* Full-Time
          (USA-VA-Hampton) Research Aerospace Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
* Videos * Duties Help ## Duties ### Summary The Research Directorate at NASA Langley Research Center is currently seeking interested applicants for the position of Research Aerospace Engineer (Navigation, Guidance, and Control Systems) in the Dynamic Systems & Control Branch (D316). Learn more about this agency ### Responsibilities Duties are described at the full performance level (GS-13). The GS11 or GS12 Researcher will perform less complex work under closer supervision. The Researcher will perform development and application of control theory, flight dynamics, vehicle modeling and simulation, system identification, trajectory optimization, validation methods, and related fields to aerospace vehicle systems, subsystems and components to determine their behavior in aerospace environments including stability, performance, and robustness in the presence of disturbances, un-modeled effects, and uncertainty. This research position is included within the navigation, guidance, and control systems specialty that involves research, development, design, test, and evaluation of integrated aerospace vehicle systems, subsystems, and components for the control, navigation, and guidance of aerospace vehicles. This is a research position engaged in professional scientific and engineering work which consists of systematic, critical, intensive investigation directed toward discovering, disseminating, and applying new or expanded knowledge in a professional discipline. Plans, coordinates, and conducts complex assignments for advanced engineering projects that entail complicating and interacting factors, concepts, or conditions such as the theoretical analysis and experimental flight research of control systems for advanced vehicles. The researcher develops and validates systematic research criteria and methods that can be broadly applied to aerospace vehicles and systems and advance the state-of-the-art in the broad and complex areas of control law design and simulation and their application to the practical problems of flight throughout extended flight envelopes in the Earth's and other planetary atmospheres for next-generation aerospace vehicles. Performs development and application of control theory, flight dynamics, vehicle modeling and simulation, system identification, trajectory optimization, validation methods, and related fields to aerospace vehicle systems, subsystems and components to determine their behavior in aerospace environments including stability, performance, and robustness in the presence of disturbances, un-modeled effects, and uncertainty. Areas of expertise that are commonly involved in this work include linear and nonlinear control system analysis and design, linear and nonlinear flight mechanics, actuator dynamics, sensor dynamics, real time computation, trajectory optimization, flying/handling qualities, aerodynamics and structural dynamics. Participates in multidisciplinary teams. Communicates results through formal, referred publications, and oral and written communications. Serves as a research team leader conducting independent research in a scientific field. Serves on team projects when individual expertise would benefit the team and the project. The researcher authors major papers or reports of considerable interest within a scientific field. Serves as a primary author of a series of minor technical publications and participates in developing necessary background research on scientific issues. Applies advanced control methods to targeted vehicles. Performs and documents analysis required for design reviews. Conducts original research. ### Travel Required Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties ##### Supervisory status No ##### Promotion Potential 13 * #### Job family (Series) 0861 Aerospace Engineering #### Similar jobs * Aerospace Engineers * Engineers, Aerospace * Requirements Help ## Requirements ### Conditions of Employment * A one-year probationary period may be required * Applicants must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent * Position subject to pre-employment background investigation ### Qualifications For the GS11: In addition to the Basic Education Requirement, applicants must meet one of the following requirements: (a) One year of professional experience in an appropriate field at least equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to GS-9 level work in the Federal service within or closely related to the aerospace technology specialty for which application is made. Examples of specialized experience include demonstrated experience with research methods and procedures; aerospace or related engineering principles and data reduction and analysis techniques; and demonstrated experience or knowledge of classical control system design and linear stability analysis in aerospace vehicle navigation, guidance, and control systems; or (b) Completion of three full academic years of graduate education in an appropriate field; or (c) An equivalent combination of experience and graduate education; or (d) Completion of all requirements for a master's or equivalent degree in an appropriate field. For the GS12: In addition to the Basic Education Requirement, applicants must meet one of the following requirements: (a) One year of professional experience in an appropriate field at least equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to GS-11 level work in the Federal service within or closely related to the aerospace technology specialty for which application is made. Examples of specialized experience include demonstrated experience in conducting research, such as development and application of control theory, flight dynamics, vehicle modeling and simulation, system identification, trajectory optimization, and validation methods to aerospace vehicle systems, subsystems and components to determine their behavior in aerospace environments; and demonstrated experience or knowledge of classical, multivariable and adaptive control system design and nonlinear analysis in aerospace vehicle navigation, guidance, and control systems; or (b) Any combination of experience and graduate study; or (c) Completion of all requirements for a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or equivalent) in an appropriate field. ### Education Required college majors for applicants qualifying on the basis of undergraduate or graduate education only: Aeronautical Engineering, Aeronautics, Aerospace Engineering, Astronautical Engineering, Astronautics, Astrophysics, Electrical Engineering (except power), Electronics Engineering, Applied Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Engineering Physics, Physics, Applied Physics, Engineering Physics. Other appropriate physical or computer science, mathematics or engineering fields are qualifying if the major includes or is supplemented by at least 12 semester hours (or the equivalent) of appropriate physical science or engineering courses including nine semester hours (or the equivalent) of physics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics or gas dynamics. FOREIGN EDUCATION Applicants who have completed part or all of their education outside the U.S. must have their foreign education evaluated by an accredited organization to ensure that the foreign education is comparable to the education received in accredited educational institutions in the U.S. If selected, a written evaluation of any foreign education must be provided to the Human Resources official making the offer. Please indicate in your resume that you have had your foreign education formally evaluated. For a listing of services that can perform this evaluation, see the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website at http://www.naces.org/members.htm. Failure to provide this evaluation will result in your being found unqualified for the position. PLEASE NOTE: If your foreign education has already been accepted by an accredited U.S. educational institution as part of a degree program with that institution, you do not need to provide an evaluation of foreign education but must submit a copy of the transcripts listing the degree from the U.S. accredited institution that accepted your foreign education if you are selected. Position may be filled at either the GS-11 or GS-12 level. The full performance level for this position is GS-13. Employee may be non-competitively promoted to the next grade when qualified and recommended by management. As identical vacancies are identified, additional selections may be made. Deliberate attempts to falsify your application information, such as copying portions of this job announcement into your resume, may result in you being removed from consideration for this position. ### Additional information Any applicant tentatively selected for this position may be required to undergo a pre-employment background investigation. Individuals who have special priority selection rights under the Agency Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) or the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) must be well qualified for the position to receive consideration for special priority selection. See 'How You Will Be Evaluated' for definition of well qualified. Federal employees seeking CTAP/ICTAP consideration must indicate their eligibility when applying for a position. The USAJOBS resume asks you to identify your ICTAP eligibility; the NASA Supplemental Information asks you to identify your CTAP eligibility. If you are selected for the position, you must be prepared to submit proof that you meet the requirements for CTAP/ICTAP. This includes a copy of the agency notice, a copy of their most recent Performance Rating and a copy of their most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty location. As a condition of employment, male applicants born after December 31, 1959, must certify that they have registered with the Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law. In order to receive preference in hiring, you must clearly identify your claim for veterans preference on your resume. NASA's Applicant Guide provides the information needed to assist you in determining whether or not you can claim 5 or 10 point veterans preference. You should not submit documents to prove your eligibility for veterans preference at this time. However, you must be prepared to submit proof of veterans preference (DD-214, and, if claiming 10-point preference, SF-15 plus proof required by that form) as requested by the Human Resources Office. Veterans preference will only be considered based on what is supported For instance, if you claim 10-point preference, but are only able to document 5-point preference, you will be considered accordingly. If you fail to provide the required documents within the stated time period, we may withdraw a job offer and/or remove you from further consideration. Your USAJOBS account asks you to assign a name to each of your resumes. When you apply to a NASA position, we will show you the text of the resume you have submitted, but we do not maintain the name you have assigned to that resume. If you wish to keep track of that information, we recommend you make note of it at the time you apply. 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Category* - Tentatively meets (until subsequent confirmation upon referral) the basic qualification requirements identified in the vacancy announcement and demonstrates satisfactory proficiency in the primary requirements of the position. *70 pt. Category* - Fails to meet criteria described in the 80 pt. category. Additional application guidance is available in NASA's Applicant Guide. *Information for Veterans*: The Category Rating Process protects the rights of veterans by placing them ahead of non-preference eligibles within each category. Preference eligibles who meet qualification requirements and have a compensable service-connected disability of at least 10 percent must be listed at the top of the highest quality category, except when the position being filled is scientific or professional at the GS-09 grade level or higher. For the purpose of the Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP) and the Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP), candidates rated in the top quality category are considered well-qualified Read more ### Background checks and security clearance ##### Security clearance Not Applicable ##### Drug test required No * Required Documents Help ## Required Documents NASA's application process has been specifically developed to ensure that we only ask you for the information we absolutely need to evaluate your qualifications and eligibility. In order to apply for this position, you only need to submit your resume and answer the screening questions and supplemental information. No additional documentation is accepted at the time of application. (For example you need not submit narrative 'KSA' statements; they are not required and will not be evaluated.) In this way we allow you to focus on preparing a resume that best describes your background and abilities. For assistance in preparing your resume, consult the Applicant Guide. Nothing further is required until requested by the Human Resources Office. At that point, we may ask you to submit documentation to support statements made in your resume. For example, we may ask you to provide academic transcripts or proof of Federal employment status. If you are claiming veterans' preference, we may ask you to submit proof of veterans preference (DD-214, and, if claiming 10-point preference, SF-15 plus proof required by that form). If you fail to provide the required documents within the stated time period, we may withdraw a job offer and/or remove you from further consideration. #### If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements: Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating. * Benefits Help ## Benefits A career with the U.S. Government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federal benefits. Review our benefits Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered. * How to Apply Help ## How to Apply This vacancy is being filled through NASA STARS, an automated Staffing and Recruitment System. NASA partners with USAJOBS in providing a seamless application process. Before you begin the application process, please read the vacancy announcement carefully and have all required information available. You may begin the process of submitting your resume by clicking on the 'Apply Online' link. In order to be considered, you must submit a resume completed on the USAJOBS site. When completing your USAJOBS resume, please remember that NASA limits resumes to approximately 32,000 characters including spaces. NASA does not accept resumes uploaded to USAJOBS from a second source or documents attached through USAJOBS' document attachment feature. Once you submit your resume to NASA, you will be asked to complete a short series of additional questions. Your answers will not be saved unless you finish the entire application. If you successfully apply, USAJOBS will show your application status as 'Received'. If your status is 'Application Status Not Available', you have not successfully applied. Do not rely on a USAJOBS email to confirm successful application. Only an email from NASA confirms a successful application. You may edit a previously-submitted application, if the announcement is still open. If you are unable to apply electronically for this position, submit your resume and supplemental questions to: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 4200 Rideout Road Resume Operations Center/Mailstop: HS50 Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812. DO NOT submit your resume directly to the Center advertising this vacancy. Mailed resumes must be received by the close of business on the closing date of the announcement. Hard copy resumes requirements are provided at: Hard Copy Resume Requirements. If you are a first time applicant, we recommend that you review NASA's Applicant Guide to ensure that you are providing a complete resume. Failure to submit the supplemental data and a resume that contains all of the required information may result in loss of consideration for positions in which you are interested. All applications must be received no later than midnight Eastern Time on the closing date of the announcement. Read more ### Agency contact information ### B. Ketcham ##### Phone 757-864-2558 ##### Email LaRC-DL-LaRC-Jobs@mail.nasa.gov ##### Address NASA's Resume Operations Center 4200 Rideout Road, Mailstop HS50 Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812 US Learn more about this agency ### Next steps Candidates for NASA positions are evaluated using our automated staffing and recruitment system, NASA STARS, which compares your skills and experience as described in your resume with the requirements of the position. If you are found to be a highly qualified candidate, you will be referred to the selecting official for further consideration. (In some cases, individuals with priority for special consideration must be considered and selected before other candidates.) Whether or not you are contacted for an interview depends upon the location of the position and the judgment of the selecting official. At NASA, we pride ourselves on efficient and timely recruitment actions, and you can normally expect to learn the outcome of the selection process in a fairly short period of time. In addition, to ensure that you can measure progress for yourself, NASA provides you with regularly updated information on the status of the vacancy announcement. Read more * Fair & Transparent ## Fair & Transparent The Federal hiring process is setup to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance. ### Equal Employment Opportunity Policy The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. * Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for federal employees & job applicants Read more ### Reasonable Accommodation Policy Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process should follow the instructions in the job opportunity announcement. For any part of the remaining hiring process, applicants should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when: * An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. * An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. * An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. Learn more about disability employment and reasonable accommodations or how to contact an agency. Read more #### Legal and regulatory guidance * Financial suitability * Social security number request * Privacy Act * Signature and false statements * Selective Service * New employee probationary period This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/517980000. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered. *Open & closing dates:* 12/03/2018 to 01/03/2019 *Service:* Competitive *Pay scale & grade:* GS 11 - 12 *Salary:* $61,218 to $95,388 per year *Appointment type:* Permanent *Work schedule:* Full-Time
          ‘Cosmos’ Host Neil deGrasse Tyson to be Investigated Over Sexual Misconduct Claims      Cache   Translate Page      
Fox, National Geographic and the producers of the show ‘Cosmos’ have announced an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against their host, famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Susana Victoria Perez has more.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson, American astrophysicist, author and host of Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey and StarTalk, responded Saturday to accusations of sexual misconduct reported by spirituality-focused site Patheos via a lengthy Facebook post. Patheos reported ...

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          Postdoctoral Fellow - Pulsar Astrophysics - WVU Research Corporation - Morgantown, WV      Cache   Translate Page      
The West Virginia University Research Corporation is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow – Pulsar Astrophysics....
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          Schwarze Löcher: Der mächtigste Crash von allen      Cache   Translate Page      
Noch mehr Gravitationswellen, noch mehr Schwarze Löcher: Astrophysiker haben noch einmal in die Daten vom Vorjahr geschaut und Erstaunliches entdeckt.
          RT @assxmble: “Rock Legend And Astrophysicist” is the most powerful title anyone can hold https://t.co/Li0f7ZsvnQ      Cache   Translate Page      
RT @assxmble: “Rock Legend And Astrophysicist” is the most powerful title anyone can hold https://t.co/Li0f7ZsvnQ “Rock Legend And Astrophysicist” is the most powerful title anyone can hold pic.twitter.com/Li0f7ZsvnQ — jood (@assxmble) December 2, 2018 from Twitter https://twitter.com/chaos_nt December 04, 2018 at 02:07PM via IFTTT
          Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists - Sky News      Cache   Translate Page      
  1. Mystery of dark matter may have been solved by Oxford scientists  Sky News
  2. This new theory could explain why 95% of the universe is missing  iNews
  3. Bringing balance to the universe: New theory could explain missing 95 percent of the cosmos  Phys.org
  4. Bizarre 'dark fluid' with negative mass could dominate the universe – what my research suggests  The Conversation - UK
  5. Dark matter mystery solved? Oxford University scientists may have answered one of universe's biggest questions  The Independent
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          Misheard Lyrics: What if everything you heard was wrong? by Mike Ellsworth      Cache   Translate Page      
I started writing in third grade (mostly stories about mowing down Nazis) and was editor of my sixth-grade newsletter. Years later I went to graduate school for poetry writing, studied under Allen Ginsberg, and produced a poetry magazine, Plainspeak. Subsequently, I wrote two cancer newsletters for Duke University Cancer Center and software manuals and training programs for The Nielsen Company. I have written two book series about social media and social selling and contributed technical chapters about the Internet to two widely-published books and several national magazines. I have also written numerous white papers. But I enjoy fiction writing the most. Fascinated by the way people misinterpret lyrics and the messages of songs, I started my first novel, Misheard Lyrics in 1989, believe it or not, and chipped away at it infrequently until 2015. I decided at that time that I should take the advice I had given to a friend who “couldn’t find time” to write his own novel: You’ve got time. You’ve got a half an hour a day. Just write something. So I did. With the help of that friend, I managed to finish Misheard Lyrics on Christmas Day, 2017. I was inspired to write Misheard Lyrics because of my skepticism about the Jesus story. The Apostles seemed to me to be unreliable narrators, often differing in descriptions of key events. Jesus seemed like a cool guy, but we never got to see much of the human side of him. He got mad only once when he threw the money changers out of the temple and got a little annoyed at his mom in the water to wine story. But that’s it. So my first idea was to write the real story of Jesus. That morphed over time into writing about messiahs in general and the conflict between religion and what we know, or think we know, about the Universe. Along the way, the novel investigates other related topics such as: the origin of religion, faith vs. science, dogma, evil, magic, existentialism, the end of the world, the meaning of swearing, masturbation, astrophysics’ discoveries about the Universe, post-traumatic stress disorder, gay marriage, and whether we’re all really just living in a computer simulation When writing daily, I often can’t think of anything to write pertinent to the novel. So I just write in a stream of consciousness manner. Most times that inspires a relevant thought and I’m off to the races. I also find working on may different chapters at once to be very effective. My favorite authors are Neal Stephenson, Isaac Asimov, David Foster Wallace, Margaret Atwood, Bruce Sterling, William Gibson, Carl Hiassen, and Ernest Hemingway. I am now working on a novel about a character I spun out of Misheard Lyrics. I fell in love with her and look forward to seeing where her journey will lead. I’m reporting on my progress at https://Misheard-Lyrics.com
          Indie-Siyensya to Honor Winning Science Films on Nov. 28      Cache   Translate Page      

Wazzup Pilipinas!

The Department of Science and Technology-Science Education Institute will award the winners of the third Indie-Siyensya science filmmaking competition on November 28, Wednesday, at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City.

The winners were chosen by Indie-Siyensya's distinguished board of judges from the final entries submitted in the Youth and Open categories, with the themes "What My Community Needs Now" and "What My Country Needs Now," respectively.

Three films from each category will receive trophies and cash prizes: 100,000 pesos for the Best Film, 50,000 pesos for the second prize and 25,000 pesos for the third prize. The competition's main organizer will also give a special Viewer’s Choice Award, with a cash prize of 10,000 pesos, to the film with the most number of votes from the Indie-Siyensya audience.

Judging this year's Indie-Siyensya are advocacy filmmaker and educator Seymour Sanchez from the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Digital Filmmaking program and Far Eastern University Department of Communication; Prof. Patrick Campos, director of the University of the Philippines Film Institute; Prof. Garry Jay Montemayor, chair of the Department of Science Communication, College of Development Communication, UP Los Baños; Dr. Mudjekeewis "Mudjie" Santos, father and founder of the Genetic Fingerprinting Laboratory under the Department of Agriculture-National Fisheries Research and Development Institute; and astrophysicist and data scientist Dr. Reinabelle "Reina" Reyes, who became known as "the Filipina who proved Einstein right" with her work on his Theory of Relativity.

The judges screened more than 300 film concept proposals for short documentaries that capture science as it works to answer the needs of communities and the country. The criteria for judging are Scientific Content and Adherence to the Theme (50% for the Youth category and 40% for the Open category), Execution of Idea (30% for both categories), and Film Techniques (20% for Youth and 30% for Open).

“We were surprised by the number of individuals and groups interested in joining this year’s Indie-Siyensya. We’re hopeful that projects like this will encourage more students to choose science courses,” DOST-SEI Director Dr. Josette Biyo shared.

Indie-Siyensya partnered with the Film Development Council of the Philippines to hold a free science communication and film workshop last July 6 at the Cinematheque Centre Manila. The workshop, which aims to help equip participants with the skills needed to create visually appealing and credible science films, was facilitated by Montemayor, 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge Challenge winner Hillary Diane Andales and director of photography Joshua Reyles.








Aside from organizing Indie-Siyensya, DOST-SEI primarily spearheads the country’s premier science scholarship programs and conducts teacher training and science promotion programs for the youth.


           'Dark fluid' theory could finally could the explain missing 95% of the cosmos       Cache   Translate Page      
A new study, published in Astronomy and Astrophysics, suggests dark matter and dark energy may both be part of the same strange concept – a single, unified 'dark fluid' of negative masses.
          12/2/2018: POLITICS & THE NATION: Neil deGrasse Tyson under investigation after allegations      Cache   Translate Page      
Days after multiple women accused Neil deGrasse Tyson of sexual harassment and assault, Fox Entertainment Group and the producers of the television series “Cosmos” said they were investigating the celebrity astrophysicist. The allegations were...
          'Dark fluid' theory could finally could the explain missing 95% of the cosmos      Cache   Translate Page      
A new study, published in Astronomy and Astrophysics, suggests dark matter and dark energy may both be part of the same strange concept – a single, unified 'dark fluid' of negative masses.
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