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2001 Releases

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December

NASA Supports 200 High Schools In Robotics Competition (December 27, 2001)

NASA Ames' Kepler Mission Selected For Discovery Program (December 21, 2001)

NASA Scientist Finds Some Meteorites Not Sugar-Free
(December 19, 2001)
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NASA Technology Melts Ice, Keeping Transit System Safe (December 17, 2001)

New Airborne Observatory Exhibit Opens At NASA Ames (December 11, 2001)

World War II Tuskegee Airman To Speak To 1,200 Students At Ames (December 10, 2001)

Study Of Cirrus Clouds May Improve Climate Change Forecasts (December 7, 2001)
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Ames Scientist To Receive Medal At AGU Meeting In San Francisco (December 7, 2001)

'Restless Earth' May Give Advance Notice Of Large Earthquakes (December 7, 2001)
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Ames Earth Scientists Present At AGU Meeting in San Francisco(December 7, 2001)

NASA To Discuss Leonids, Mars And Early Earth At AGU (December 7, 2001)

Environmental Impact Hearings For NASA Ames Development Plan Set (December 7, 2001)


NASA Biotechnology Project May Advance Cancer Research (December 5, 2001)

Computer History Museum To Build Interim Facility In NASA Research Park (December 4, 2001)

 

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November

'Astro Claus' Conducts Math Contest/Webcast For Students(November 30, 2001)

Possible Sharpshooter Insect Pest Habitats Mapped From Air & Space (November 28, 2001)
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NASA Hosts National Grid Computing Forum (November 27, 2001)

Quail Eggs To Provide Clues To Effects of Microgravity (November 26, 2001)
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NASA Ames Distributes News Releases In Spanish With E-mail Service (November 20, 2001)
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NASA Ames Sets Record Combined Federal Campaign Donations (November 19, 2001)

NASA Leonids Activities: Sleepy heads May Miss Spectacular Celestial Display (November 15, 2001)

Metropolitan Technology Center Planned At NASA Research Park (November 14, 2001)

1,024 Supercomputer Makes More Accurate Climate Assessments (November 13, 2001)

NASA Webcast To Highlight World of Robots for HUD Centers (November 9, 2001)
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Live Interview Opportunity With NASA Astrophysicist Dr. Scott Sandford (November 9, 2001)

Astronomy Talk To Feature Exploding Stars And Black Holes (November 8, 2001)

Two NASA Ames Managers To Receive Presidential Rank Awards (November 7, 2001)

New Carl Sagan Center Site To Be Dedicated Nov. 9 At NASA Ames (November 6, 2001)

Supercomputing Conference To Feature NASA Technology (November 5, 2001)

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October

NASA Software "Builds" Facilities In Virtual World (October 30, 2001)

NASA Smart Surgical Probe To Begin Clinical Tests (October 26, 2001)
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NASA Study Finds Virutal Alternatives for Overcrowded Runways (October 23, 2001)
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NASA Ames Seeks Volunteers For Month-Long Bed Rest Study (October 17, 2001)

NASA and Stanford Form Biocomputing Collaboration (October 16, 2001)

Webcasts/Chats to Celebrate Nearly 100 Years of Powered Flight (October 11, 2001)
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Antarctic/Alaska-Like Wind Turbines Could Be Used on Mars (October 10, 2001)

‘Life In the Universe’ to Be Topic of Upcoming Astronomy Talk (October 5, 2001)

NASA AMES WOMEN SCIENTISTS FEATURED AT TECH MUSEUM (October 3, 2001)

NASA QUEST CELEBRATES WORLD SPACE WEEK WITH NEWS WEBCAST (October 2, 2001)

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September

NASA TECHNOLOGY TO HELP COMMERCIAL VENTURES "LISTEN UP" AND DOWN (September 17, 2001)

AMES Postpones Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 14, 2001)

Ames Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (September 10, 2001)

Remotely Piloted Aircraft to Provide Images on Internet for Firefighters ( September 5, 2001)

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August

Hand-Held Computers May Reduce Airport Congestion (August 30, 2001)

NASA Scans Vineyards From Above to Help Growers (August 28, 2001)

NASA Comes to the Aid of Aircraft-Noise Sufferers (August 27, 2001)

NASA COMPUTER TOOL SMOOTHS FLOW OF AIR TRAFFIC (August 20, 2001)

NASA Ames Coordinates Huge Hurricane Observation Campaign (August 15, 2001)

Ames Completes Successful Test of Mars Airplane Prototype (August 13, 2001)

SAN JOSE HIGH SCHOOL WINS NATIONAL ROBOTICS CONTEST FOR 2ND YEAR (August 10, 2001)

NASA SCIENTIST TO SPEAK SATURDAY AT THE TECH MUSEUM (August 9, 2001)

‘SHARP’ STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM HANDS-ON EDUCATION PROGRAM (August 8, 2001)

NASA Scientists Propose New Theory of Earth's Early Evolution (August 3, 2001)

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July

Laptop Computer Tool Helps Space Station Fly Smoothly in Orbit (July 19, 2001)

New NASA Supercomputer Models Earth Climate at Warp Speed (July 18, 2001)

African-American Youth Encouraged to 'Reach for the Stars' (July 17, 2001)

NASA to Host Medical Diagnostic Imaging Workshop (July 16, 2001)

NASA Scientist Featured Saturday at the Tech Museum (July 13, 2001)

NASA Scientist Finds Clue to Possible Evolutionary Shift (July 12, 2001)

NASA Test New Tracking System Designed To Bridge The Gulf (July 11, 2001)

NASA/SJSU Summer Seminar Series on Science and Engineering (July 10, 2001)

Palo Alto Grants NASA $20,000 for Solar-Electric Roof System (July 10, 2001)

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June

Space Station Sends Back First Radiation Data (June 29, 2001)

Long Duration Space Travel Effects On Humans Noted At Conference(June 18, 2001)

New Facility to Improve Airborne Telescope's Clarity (June 12, 2001)

Tenth Anniversary Of The Eruption Felt Around The World (June 11 , 2001)

Saturn's 'Tilted' Rings Reveal Mysterious Color Variations (June 7, 2001)

Deaf Students To Study Science At NASA Ames Research Center (June 7, 2001)

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May

Ames' Disaster Rescue Team to Support Search-Dog Test (May 17,2001)

Former Astronaut Sally Ride to be at Moffett Field/ Space Camp (May 16,2001)

Ames Celebrates Asian and Pacific Islanders' Heritage Month (May 10,2001)

AMES to Host Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium (May 7,2001)

NASA "Traffic Scheduler" Seeks Commercial Applications (May 1, 2001)

NASA Establishes Contact With Famed Pioneer 10 Spacecraft (May 1, 2001)

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April

NASA Ames to Host Fourth Year of Student Mini-Robot Competition (April 26, 2001)

Hot Space Research Yields Cooler Down-to-Earth Benefits (April 24, 2001)

Ames' Earth Day To Include Bird Tour/Solar-Electric Construction (April 18, 2001)

NASA Ames Sends Additional Science Hardware to International Space Station (April 17, 2001)

NASA Ames to Mark Space Shuttle's 20th Anniversary (April 10, 2001)

Reporters Invited to NASA Budget Briefing Broadcast (April 6, 2001)

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March

Cold Polar Rings Help Form Clouds That Destroy Ozone (March 29, 2001)

NASA-Industry Team Improves Supercomputers To Reach For Dreams (March 28, 2001)

Students' Robots Compete in Silicon Valley Regional Games (March 23, 2001)

New NASA "Traffic Light" Accelerates Computers (March 22, 2001)

New Scanner Helps the Search for Shuttle Tile Flaws (March 21, 2001)

NASA Astrobiology Institute Announces New Teams (March 21, 2001)

Note to Editors: NASA Scientists Available to Discuss Effects of Weightlessness (March 19, 2001)

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February

Notice to Broadcasters: TV Live shot opportunities on Thursday, March 1. Ask questions about new evidence that magnetite crystals in the Martian meteorite ALH84001 are of biological origin. Guest is NASA Ames Astrobiology researcher Dr. Chris McKay. (February 28, 2001)

NASA Ames Sends First Hardware to International Space Station (February 27, 2001)

NASA Scientists to Discuss Space Exploration Challenges (February 14, 2001)

NASA Simulates Los Angeles Airport to Study Safety/Operations (February 12, 2001)

Large Particles in Arctic Stratosphere Help Explain Ozone Loss (February 08, 2001)

NASA Scientists Use Hands-Off Approach to Land Passenger Jet (February 01, 2001)

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January

Ames Workshop to Explore Water On Europa (January 31,2001)

NASA Scientists Find Clues That Life Began in Deep Space (January 26,2001)

Ames to Host Jason Project for 10,000+ California Students (January 25,2001)

Workshop to Explore Potential Mars Landing Sites (January 23,2001)

Scientists Ask: Are Good Planets Hard to Find? (January 19,2001)

NASA Researcher Validates Discovery of Planets' Gravitational "Dance" (January 09,2001)

NASA Ames Kepler Mission Selected For Discovery Program (January 05,2001)

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