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Glenn Researchers Win
2007 R&D 100 Awards
Volume 9 Issue 10
October 2007
Image of antenna scanner. Antenna technology that can potentially reduce production costs associated with the cell phone and radio frequency circuitry industries is one of the three Glenn R&D 100 Award winners.

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  FEATURES
 
 Portrait of Watson. Credit: NASA
Watson Named Glenn Chief Finacial Officer
Debra Watson gets green light for permanent assignment as Glenn's CFO.
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 Photo of circuit chip. Credit: NASA
New Circuit Chip Takes The Heat
Breakthrough is a significant step toward mission-enabling harsh environment electronics.
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 PM thruster undergoes environmental testing.
Ion Engine Breaks Performance Record
Ion engine prototype is a critical component of NASA's Evolutionary Xenon Thruster system.
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 Image of Hale at Cleveland Indians game. C-2007-1726. Credit: NASA/Chris Lynch (RSIS).
Space Shuttle Program Council Visit
Center treats Space Shuttle Program Manager Wayne Hale and council members to a well-rounded visit.
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 Image of Whitlow presenting plaque to Williams. C-2007-1526. Credit: NASA/Marvin Smith (RSIS)
Astronaut Sunita Williams returns to Ohio as NASA Ambassador of Flight
Euclid, Ohio native and Astronaut Sunita Williams gives Glenn her "Suni side" of a 6-month tour onboard station.
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Off the Clock
Carl Brown Keeps His Head in the Game.
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 NASA Plane Monitors Great Lakes Algae
Glenn is helping the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration monitor algae.
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 Glenn Hosts 20th Space Photovoltaic R&T Conference
SPRAT continues to be the only conference devoted solely to issues related to the research and development of space photovoltaic cell and array technology.
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NASA's 50th Anniversary Celebration Begins!
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 AeroSpace Frontiers is an official publication of Glenn Research Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is published the second Friday of each month by the Community and Media Relations Office in the interest of the Glenn workforce, retirees, government officials, business leaders and the general public.

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Doreen B. Zudell (SGT, Inc.)

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