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CIAA

NASA emphasized its commitment to STEM education at a series of events surrounding the 2011 CIAA tournament.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars (VASTS) Teacher Institute

NASA Langley Research Center February 20-24th, 2011
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




SAGE III-ISS Instrument

Researchers at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va., adjust the SAGE III-ISS instrument as it prepares to scan the atmosphere measuring ozone, water vapor and small particles, or aerosols. The team is conducting sun-look tests to prepare the instrument to fly on the International Space Station as early as 2014. SAGE III-ISS will make global observations of these key components of the atmosphere to help scientists monitor the health of Earth's atmosphere and climate.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Sports, Space & Sprockit: In Celebration of Black History Month

The event held at the Virginia Air & Space Center featured NASA astronaut, NASA education associate Administrator and former football player Leland Melvin; baseball legend Wayne Gomes; former Virginia Tech quarterback Bryan Randall; members of The Tidewater Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen; and Sprockit the Robot.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




NASA Langley's Diversity Day 2010

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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Aerospace Day 2011

NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton and Wallops Flight Facility on the Eastern Shore generate $1.2 billion and more than 10,000 jobs in the Commonwealth. On Feb. 2-3, Langley Director Lesa Roe and Wallops Director William Wrobel joined with representatives of the aerospace industry and academia at AeroSpace Day at the General Assembly in Richmond.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




NASA's the Year of Innovation 2011 Student Art Awards

Spaceships to Mars, hotels on the moon and the growth of technology are just a few of 13 first-place concepts that were awarded spots in NASA's 2011 "Year of Innovation" art calendar. Winners are also invited to attend AeroSpace Day, in Richmond where their art will be on display in the State Capitol.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Director's Holiday Reception

A 'Starry Winter Wonderland' was the theme of this year's reception. There was an abundance of great food, entertainment and raffle prizes at the event. Lesa Roe and senior management was there to celebrate and enjoy the many accomplishments of NASA Langley this year.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Combined Federal Campaign Bazaar

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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




TEDxNASA 2010

TEDxNASA is an independent day-long experience, co-hosted by NASA Langley Research Center and the National Institute of Aerospace, both in Hampton, Va. It's modeled after the internationally known TED conferences that bring together visionaries in technology, entertainment and design.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Transonic Dynamics Tunnel 50th Anniversary

Five decades of memories and accomplishments at NASA Langley's Transonic Dynamics Tunnel.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




NASA Langley EarthFest 2010

The third annual EarthFest, hosted by NASA Langley and the City of Hampton with the support of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, was held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, at Sandy Bottom Nature Park. The event, which is in its third year, was free and open to the public and featured more than 20 indoor and outdoor activities, science exhibits, crafts, entertainment and even an Egg-Stravaganza competition.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) Experiment

The flights are part of the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment, a NASA Earth science field experiment being conducted to better understand how tropical storms form and develop into major hurricanes.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Day of Caring 2010

NASA Langley employees, contractors, and retirees participated in the 2010 Day of Caring sponsored by the Peninsula Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), the United Way of the Virginia Peninsula, and The Volunteer Center.
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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center




Hydro-Impact Basin Groundbreaking

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Photos by Sean Smith, NASA Langley Research Center