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05.10.13 - Another delivery of the James Webb Space Telescope's flight mirrors arrived at a NASA facility during the week of April 29, 2013.
05.15.2013 - Nanosatellites now have their own mass transit to catch rides to space and perform experiments in microgravity.
05.08.13 - NASA engineer Acey Herrera checks copper test wires inside the thermal shield of an instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope.
05.03.13 - An integrated science, technology, engineering and mathematics program focused on NASA's forthcoming Webb telescope, has named its 2012-2013 first place team.
05.01.13 - NASA will test a new robotic explorer, dubbed GROVER, in Greenland from early May to early June 2013.
05.15.13 - Media representatives are invited to join NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver as she visits the agency's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland on Thursday, May 16 and tours facilities advancing future spaceflight missions. The locations include Lewis Field and the Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio.
05.09.13 - The following is a statement from NASA Associate Administrator for Space Technology Michael Gazarik about Thursday's announcement from the Obama Administration that it is launching competitions to create three new manufacturing innovation institutes supported by five federal agencies -- NASA, the National Science Foundation and the departments of Defense, Energy, and Commerce.