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F-35B STOVL-mode Flight

Mar. 12, 2010
The first Lockheed Martin [NYSE:LMT] F-35B Lightning II stealth fighter passes overhead at 40 knots (46 mph) prior to a slow landing at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md., on Wednesday, March 10. The flight was one of the last missions before the aircraft's first vertical landing, and confirmed the jet's power and controllability at very low speeds.
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Past Night
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Jan. 23, 2012
Saturn's moon Mimas peeks out from behind the night side of the larger moon Dione in this Cassini image captured during the spacecraft's Dec. 12, 2011, flyby of Dione. Dione is 698 miles, or 1,123 kilometers, across and its day side dominates the view on the right of the image. Smaller Mimas is on the left and measures 246 miles, or 396 kilometers, across
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A New Era of Innovation and Discovery

Apr. 20, 2010
NASA has a bold mandate to launch a new journey of innovation and discovery. As we seek to explore far beyond earth, we must invest in critical knowledge and capabilities to enable this journey.
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Dune Composition
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Jan. 25, 2012
Sand dunes are among the most widespread aeolian (wind-formed) features present on Mars. Their spatial distribution and morphology are affected by changes in wind direction and wind strength. Patterns of dune erosion and deposition provide insight into the sedimentary history of the surrounding terrain.
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Smear Campaign
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Jan. 26, 2012
Here we see three views of an image collected during MESSENGER's first flyby of Mercury in January 2008. The top two images have had a harsh contrast stretch applied, to emphasize portions of the image with low signal levels. Notice that in the top left image there are bright streaks in the sky that extend from the edge of the planet toward the bottom of the image.
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IceBridge Antarctic 2010

Nov. 25, 2009
Operation IceBridge video file for the Antarctic 2010 campaign.
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The Helix Nebula
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Jan. 19, 2012
The Helix Nebula is one of the closest and most remarkable examples of a planetary nebula. It lies in the constellation of Aquarius (The Water Bearer), about 700 light-years away from Earth. This strange object formed when a star like the Sun was in the final stages of its life. Unable to hold onto its outer layers, the star slowly shed shells of gas that became the nebula. It is evolving to become a white dwarf star and appears as the tiny blue dot seen at the center of the image.
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LRO: Mapping Our Future

May. 30, 2009
The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is the first mission in NASA's planned return to the moon. LRO is an unmanned mission to create the comprehensive atlas of the moon's features and resources necessary to design all future lunar exploration efforts. LRO focuses on the selection of safe landing sites, identification of lunar resources and the study of how lunar radiation will affect humans.
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Exploring the Frontiers of Knowledge
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Jan. 16, 2012
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is one of the world’s largest and most respected centers for scientific research. We conduct fundamental research in physics to study the basic constituents of matter — the elementary particles. By studying what happens when very energetic particles collide, physicists can learn more about the laws of nature.
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This World Is Black and White
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Jan. 23, 2012
A short video about the DaisyWorld model and its implications for real world earth science
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Hamburger galaxy / NGC 3628

May 11, 2010
NGC 3628 is an unbarred spiral galaxy about 35 million light-years away in the constellation Leo. It was discovered by William Herschel in 1784. It has an approximately 300,000 light-years long tidal tail. NGC 3628 along with M65 and M66 form the famous Leo Triplet, a small group of galaxies. Its most conspicuous feature is the broad and obscuring band of dust located along the outer edge of its spiral arms, effectively transecting the galaxy to our view. By: Urban Observatory / John Crilly
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Galaxies Gone Wild!

Apr. 24, 2008
Hubble’s 18th Anniversary
Fifty nine new images of colliding galaxies make up the largest collection of Hubble images ever released together. As this astonishing Hubble atlas of interacting galaxies illustrates, galaxy collisions produce a remarkable variety of intricate structures. Interacting galaxies are found throughout the Universe, sometimes as dramatic collisions that trigger bursts of star formation, on other occasions as stealthy mergers that result in new galaxies.
Coming of Age, The Milky Way Galaxy

June 03, 2008
Spitzer Finds Clarity in the Inner Milky Way
More than 800,000 snapshots from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope have been stitched together to create a new "coming of age" portrait of stars in our inner Milky Way galaxy.
 
 

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