- Historical Mechanical Engineering Landmark - Apollo Space Suit 1968
- Link to ASME announcement
Johnson Space Center Achievement Awards and Special Recognition
- Shuttle EMU Dual Seal Waist Bearing
- MK III 8.3 PSI Spacesuit Development and Evaluation Team
- STS 49 Real Time Support
- INTELSTAT VI EVA Recovery
- Hubble Repair Mission
- Laser Hand Scan for Enhanced Glove Fabrication
- EMU Spacesuit Glove Thermal Protection
- MIR Space Station Specialized Flight Hardware Design, Fabrication, Test, and Evaluation
- STS-74 Shuttle/MIR LiOH Canister Adapter Team
- International Space Station - Development of the Safety Tether Reel Assembly (STA)
- STS-116 Shock Hazard Team to free the ISS Solar Array
- Cut Glove Team
By TIME's staff: The biggest thing NASA’s first space suits had to do—aside from keep astronauts alive—was to look spacey. So ordinary test-pilot suits were simply redesigned in a nifty silver. Things are harder now as the U.S. prepares for new deep-space missions. The Z-1 space suit provides go-anywhere garb featuring more-flexible joints, radiation protection for long stays in space and a hatch on the back that allows the suit to dock with a portal on a spacecraft or rover so an astronaut can crawl through without letting dust in or air out.
Space Flight Awareness Awards Silver Snoopy's Awards
This is the astronauts' personal award. To qualify for this award, eligible candidates will have made contributions toward enhancing the probability of mission success, or made improvements in design, administrative/technical/production techniques, business systems, flight and/or systems safety or identification and correction or preventive action for errors. This award is generally not intended for management.
Space Flight Awareness Honoree Awards
This award is one of the highest presented to NASA and industry and is for first-level management and below. This award is presented to employees for their dedication to quality work and flight safety. To qualify, the individuals must have contributed beyond their normal work requirements to achieve significant impact on attaining a particular human space flight program goal; contributed to a major cost savings; been instrumental in developing modification to hardware, software, or materials that increase reliability, efficiency, or performance; assisted in operational improvements; or been a key player in developing a beneficial process improvement.
NASA Stellar Award Nominations
The Rotary National Award for Space Achievement (RNASA) Foundation Stellar Awards were established to recognize outstanding individuals and teams from industry and government who have made significant contributions to the future of our nation's space program.