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Technology Journey -- Materials Science from Space to Earth
03.16.10
 
Janet Anderson
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
256-544-0034
Janet.L.Anderson@nasa.gov

Multimedia release: 10-016


Dr. Harold Lenski and Dr. Petra Neuhause of Astrium Germany open the first U.S. sample cartridge processed in the Materials Science Research Rack aboard the ISS. › Large (4256 x 2832, 300 ppi)
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Dr. Harold Lenski and Dr. Petra Neuhause, both with Astrium Germany, open the first U.S. sample cartridge processed in the Materials Science Research Rack aboard the International Space Station. The sample was returned to Earth on space shuttle mission STS-130. (NASA/MSFC/David Higginbotham)

Dr. Francis Chiaramonte (left), Dr. Raymond Clinton (center), and Dr. Frank Szofran › Large (4256 x 2832, 300 ppi)
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From left to right: Dr. Francis Chiaramonte, Program Executive for Physical Sciences, International Space Station Research Project at NASA Headquarters; Dr. Raymond Clinton, Acting Manager for Science and Mission Systems Office at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center; and Dr. Frank Szofran, Microgravity Materials Science Project Manager and Discipline Scientist Materials and Processes Laboratory, also at the Marshall Center, examine the first U. S. sample processed in the Materials Science Research Rack on the International Space Station. Research co-investigator Dr. Surendra Tewari is transporting the sample to Cleveland State University for additional analysis. (NASA/MSFC/David Higginbotham)


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