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JSCJohnson Space Center (NASA)
JSCJoint Stock Company
JSCJournal of Symbolic Computation
JSCJunior School Certificate (Bangladesh)
JSCJoint Steering Committee
JSCJohnson State College (Vermont)
JSCJava Studio Creator
JSCJava Swing Connection
JSCJava Script Compiler
JSCJordan Securities Commission
JSCJunior School Council (Australia)
JSCJoint Scientific Committee
JSCJoint Standing Committee
JSCJoint Spectrum Center
JSCJob Scheduling Console (software)
JSCJoint Strategic Committee (US DoD)
JSCJudicial Selection Commission (various locations)
JSCAl Jazeera Satellite Channel (private news TV in Qatar)
JSCJewish Service Corps (various locations)
JSCShort Circuit Current Density (semiconductor device property)
JSCJunior Supporters Club (various locations)
JSCJapan Shiatsu College (Tokyo, Japan)
JSCJade Software Corporation (various locations)
JSCJapanese Society of Canterbury (est. 1992; New Zealand)
JSCJericho Sailing Centre (Canada)
JSCJoint Sectoral Committee
JSCJohnstone Shire Council (Australia)
JSCJoint Subcommittee
JSCJudicial Standards Commission
JSCJustice and Safety Center
JSCJapanese Society of Cinematographers
JSCJoint Supercomputer Center
JSCJudiciary/Supreme Court
JSCJapan Ship Centre (JETRO)
JSCJunior Staff Course (various armed forces)
JSCJacob Sheep Conservancy
JSCJoint Security Control (WWII US organization, subordinate to the JCS; responsible for security/codebreaking/deception operations)
JSCJoshua Scott Chasez (NSYNC)
JSCJunior Sailing Committee
JSCJudge of Superior Court (New Jersey)
JSCJunction Space Charge region (semiconductors)
JSCJoint Strategic Capability
JSCJóvenes sin Censura (Spanish: Young People Without Censorship)
JSCJason Standard Corp.
JSCJohnstown and Stony Creek Railroad (sometimes seen as JHSC)
JSCJPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Space Calendar (US NASA)
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OVERSEER: Mission control founder Christopher C Kraft Jr stands in the old mission control at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas
Several moon rocks are on display at the Johnson Space Center, where they attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.
After his career as an astronaut, Weitz went on to become the Deputy Director of the Johnson Space Center where he retired from in 1994, (https://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios/htmlbios/weitz-pj.html?utm_source=TWITTER&utm_medium=NASA&utm_campaign=NASASocial&linkId=43877349) according to NASA .
NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) has served as a hub of human spaceflight activity for more than half a century.
NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) AltaVault has been selected by NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) to protect data, optimize cloud footprint and drive down costs, the company said.
18 briefing at Johnson Space Center previewed a series of U.S.
New York (AirGuide - Airline & Travel News) Wed, Feb 19, 2014 - NASA next week will review the launcher, capsule and ground systems that are part of its Space Launch System at Johnson Space Center in Texas.
* Johnson Space Center might soon gain a powerful ally in Congress (Houston Chronicle): "Johnson Space Center's political fortunes are on the rise.
Furloughs loom over Johnson Space Center staff If the federal shutdown isn't halted by month's end, some 60% of the contractor employees at Johnson Space Center in Texas could be furloughed, and that could rise to 90% by November.
NASA's Johnson Space Center, General Motors and Oceaneering Space Systems have partnered to design a solution: the Robo-Glove.
For this first experimental installation, 16 TTMS clamps were attached to two separate drill platforms by commercial divers using an underwater adhesive tested at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Fiber-optic cables were then routed from the clamps to a control room aboard each platform.
No one was injured in the accident, which followed nearly a year of testing on Morpheus at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, however, such was the extent of the damage that there was little left to salvage of the space capsule.
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