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NASA Ames News 2004

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October

NASA Announces Cassini Titan Flyby Coverage (October 20)

NASA Unveils Newest Supercomputer (October 19)

NASA to Inspire Idaho Students About Space Exploration (October 13)

NASA Software Enables Satellite Self-Service in Space (October 7)

NASA Infrared Images May Provide Volcano Clues (October 4)

Alaska Students to Get Taste of Space Exploration (October 4)

NASA to Inspire Washington Explorer School Students (October 1)

September

Atacama Rover Helps NASA Learn to Search for Life on Mars (September 24)

San Jose Elementary Students to Get Taste of Space Exploration (September 23)

NASA, Spacedev to Collaborate on Future Space Transportation (September 20)

NASA Official and Astronaut to Visit Union City Explorer School (September 15)

NASA Develops New Tool for Airline Accident Prevention (September 15)

NASA Ames Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (September 14)

NASA Airborne Observatory Sees Stars for First Time (September 9)

NASA Scientists Develop Tools for Carbon Management (September 2)

NASA Scientists Provide Opportunity to Educate the Next Generation (September 2)

NASA Invites Students to Experience Real-World Science (September 1)

NASA to Capture Fiery Genesis Re-entry with 'Eyes in the Sky' (September 1)


August

NASA to Announce Major Discovery of New Planets (August 30)

Planetary Probe Experts Gather at NASA to Discuss Exploration (August 24)

Big Minds Gather to Discuss Ultra-Small Technology (August 24)

NASA Simulation Facilities Collaborate to Improve Air Travel (August 11)

NASA Supports Future Teachers of Minority Children (August 12)

NASA Scientists Study Gene Functions to Treat Diseases (August 4)


July

NASA Invites Public to Explore 'Red Planet' Via Internet (July 29)

NASA Sponsors National Botball Robotics Competition in San Jose (July 27)

Innovative Partnership to Revolutionize NASA Supercomputing (July 27)

Teachers Armed with New Knowledge After Visiting NASA (July 23)

NASA, Salinas Hospital Join to Advance Medical Imaging (July 21)

NASA to Award Facilities Maintenance Services Contract (July 19)

NASA, Salinas Hospital Form New Collaboration (July 19)

NASA Ames' Technologies Highlight TGIR Awards Ceremony (July 14)

New NASA Software 'Checker' Finds Computer 'Bugs' Automatically (July 8)

NASA's David Morrison Wins Prestigious Sagan Medal for 2004 (July 7)

 


 

June

NASA Researchers Consider Mobile Lunar Base Concepts (June 29)

NASA Helps Track Global Air Quality (June 28)

Public Invited to View Cassini Broadcast at NASA Exploration Center (June 28)

NASA Administrator to Discuss Agency Transformation (June 23)

NASA, Lockheed Martin Form Nanotechnology Partnership (June 22)

NASA Software 'Tool' Unites Incompatible Computer Databanks (June 22)

Student Space Settlement Design Contest Winners to Visit NASA (June 18)

NASA Supports Teachers of Migrant Farm-Worker Children (June 16)

NASA Device Monitors Health of Scientists and Explorers (June 15)

NASA 'Evolutionary' Software Automatically Designs Antenna (June 15)

NASA Scientist Hopes to Explain Saturn's Mysterious 'Black' Moon (June 9)

NASA and Xerox Announce Technology Partnership (June 8)

NASA to Award Contract For Aerospace Testing (June 2)


May

Senior NASA Official and Utah Governor to Visit Explorer School (May 28)

NASA Research, Technology Featured at Air and Space Show (May 25)

NASA Creates Its Own R2D2 (May 25)

Newberry Named NASA Ames Deputy Center Director (May 24)

NASA Awards Contract For Protective Services (May 18)

NASA Astrophysicist to Discuss 'Hot' Topic (May 18)

NASA Astronaut Available for Interviews (May 18)

NASA Celebrates Asian and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month (May 17)

International Space Station Exhibit Coming to NASA Ames (May 17)

NASA, Stanford Form Space Biological Research Partnership (May 12)

NASA Technologies to be Featured at Wired Nextfest (May 12)

NASA Scientist to Throw Out First Pitch at Giants Game May 13 (May 11)

NASA to Name Supercomputer After Columbia Astronaut (May 10)

NASA Tests New Emergency Rescue Technologies (May 4)


April

NASA Tests Computer 'Mobile Agents' and Helper Robot in Utah Desert.2 (April 29)

NASA Technology Enhanced for Use in Private Sector (April 28)

NASA Tests Computer 'Mobile Agents' and Helper Robot in Utah Desert (April 27)

NASA Develops Decision-Support Software for Mars Missions (April 26)

NASA Sponsors Seventh Annual Botball Robotics Competition (April 15)

NASA Assistant Administrator to Visit Montana Middle School (April 13)

Media Roundtable Planned Today with NASA Administrator (April 13)

NASA Enables Scientists to Work Together Miles Apart (April 12)

NASA to Showcase Earth Benefits of Space Exploration (April 12)

NASA to Award Contract for Logistics Management Services (April 2)


March

Mars Exploration Rover Model to be on Public Display in Bay Area (March 31)

NASA to Discuss Gravity Probe B Mission at Press Briefing (March 31)

NASA Engineer Serves as Inspiration (March 30)

NASA Tests Computer 'Mobile Agents' and Helper Robot at Ames (March 30)

NASA Presents Star-Studded Mars Debate (March 25)

NASA Administrator to Visit Students at Sheridan, ORE., School (March 24)

Astrobiology 'Stars' to Shine at NASA Conference (March 23)

NASA to Announce Major Mars Rover Finding (March 22)

NASA Develops System to Computerize Silent, 'Subvocal Speech' (March 17)

NASA Launches Exploration Lecture Series (March 10)

NASA Celebrates Women's History Month in March (March 8)

NASA to Open New 3-D Reality Theater in Mars Center (March 8)

NASA Mars Rover Opportunity News Briefing March 2 (March 1)

NASA Scientists Win Grants for New Research (March 1)


February

Distinguished Astronomer to Discuss Extreme Stars (February 26)

News Media Invited to Register for NASA Astrobiology Conference (February 24)

NASA Senior Official to Share Exploration Vision, Inspire Students (February 17)

Berkley Scientist to explain mysteries of Outer Solar System (February 10)

Live Interview Opportunity with Robotics Experts (February 4)

NASA, San José State University Open Technology Centers (February 3)


January

Reporters Invited to FY 2005 Budget Briefing, Roundtable (January 29)

NASA and Apple Computer Provide Resources to Help Educators (January 28)

NASA Scientists Use Yeast to Understand Microgravity (January 26)

Mars Center to be Open for Mars Rover Landing Broadcasts (January 23)

NASA Ames Director to Discuss President's Space Vision (January 14)

NASA Administrator Schedules Media Briefing (January 13)

 

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