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  ENGINEERING TESTING AND FABRICATION
 
 Advanced Miniature Reaction Wheel
Advanced Miniature Reaction Wheel
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 environmental chamber
Commercial Plant Biotechnology Facility
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 Engineering Evaluation Laboratory
Engineering Evaluation Laboratory
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 Hardware Development
Hardware Development
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 Instrumental Development
Instrument Development
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 PSA in microgravity fac.
MicroGravity Test Facility
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 SOAREX
SOAREX (Sub-Orbital Aerodynamic Re-entry EXperiments)
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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 SOFIA
SOFIA – Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy
A combination of technologies can be affordably developed through scientific research in terrestrial analog environments to meet the technical and human challenge of long duration planetary surface exploration.
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  RESEARCH AT AMES 
 
 concept plane
Advanced Concepts and Analog
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 virtual reality
Autonomous Systems and Robotics
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 subvocal speech
Crew Assist and Mission Operations
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 shuttle model
Engineering, Testing, and Fabrication
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 thermal protection test
Entry Systems
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 supercomputer shuttle simulation
High End Computing
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 artist concept mars habitat
Human Support Technology
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 international space station
Integrated Systems Health Management
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 nanogears
Nanotechnology
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 software
Robust Software Systems
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 computer graph
System Design and Mission Simulation
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Moffett Field, California 94035
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