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Supplement: NASA Telescope's Sharpest-Ever Images of Corona Catch Glimpse of Energy Source in the Solar Atmosphere
January 23, 2013


Supplemental images in support of the Jan. 23, 2013 NASA media event


The Hi-C instrument on the integration table at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. The primary mirror is seen at the center of the image and is mounted into the rocket skins. The end of the Carbon Fiber Plastic telescope tube is seen sticking out of the far end of the rocket skins. (Image credit: NASA)
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The Hi-C payload and the subsystems rest on the desert after parachuting back to Earth. (Image credit: NASA/MSFC)
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The recovering team poses for a quite photo with the payload before loading the instrument in a pair of U.S. Army Helicopters and returning to base. From left: Eduardo Legman (Wallops Flight Facility/NASA, Ken McCraken (Harvard-Smithsonian), Dr. Jonathan Cirtain (MSFC/NASA); Dyana Beabout (Image credit: NASA/MSFC)
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The recovering team poses for a photo with the payload before loading the instrument in a pair of U.S. Army Helicopters and returning to base. From left: Eduardo Legman (Wallops FLight Facility/NASA, Ken McCraken (Harvard-Smithsonian), Dr. Jonathan Cirtain (MSFC/NASA); Dyana Beabout (Image credit: NASA/MSFC)
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SUMI Sounding rocket payload being readied for loading in the helicopter. (Image credit: NASA/MSFC)
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Media Contact:
Janet Anderson, 256-544-0034
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala.
janet.l.anderson@nasa.gov

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