On days like today, I marvel as I reflect all the awesome things I get to do in my role here at the NASA Safety Center.

Today I…

πŸ› Hosted a “bug hunt” for the new app we launched last month, having the whole development team try to break the app to catch bugs before they become an issue.

πŸŒ’ Spoke with someone from the Human Landing System program about their interest in using a fishbone (Ishikawa) diagram to identify what could cause the lunar lander to tip over during landing. This is a problem that has plagued recent commercial lunar landings, and we are looking to support these use cases in our new app.

πŸ₯— Ate a fantastic salad with my team at the cafΓ© in the new Research Support Building at NASA Glenn Research Center

πŸ€Ήβ€β™€οΈ Consulted with a co-worker about how we could use Microsoft Delve to surface Reliability Engineers in the agency with unique skills that could be shared with others in that discipline.

πŸ“Š Reviewed the Science Mission Directorate’s system for tracking risks to inform how our team will build an agency-level tool that surfaces elevated risks from the mission directorates.

πŸ‘¬ Demoed our API for mishap data to a group building a Digital Twin of NASA facilities. Mishap data could be layered with information we have on aging infrastructure to build a compelling case for which areas of NASA’s infrastructure are in the most need of attention.

And that all is just the tip of the iceberg! Looking forward to tomorrow!