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NASA Publishes Updated Catalog of Free Software Products

NASA has published the third edition of a catalog that lists free software products designed for various technical applications.

The agency said Wednesday the 2017-2018 software catalog includes contributions from NASA centers on data processing and storage, business systems, operations, propulsion and aeronautics.

Some software products include codes for drones and “quieter” aircraft, NASA added.

Steve Jurczyk, associate administrator for NASA’s space technology mission directorate, said the catalog is intended to provide access to software codes that could help create jobs, generate revenue and save lives.

The catalog is produced through NASA’s Technology Transfer program and available both in print and online.

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