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05.15.13 - in the Goddard clean room engineers worked meticulously to implant part of the eyes of the James Webb Space Telescope.
05.15.13 - NASA and the Air Force are requesting research and development proposals to define the type of spacecraft computing needed for future missions.
05.13.13 - Former shuttle engineer designing solar arrays, mobile cellphone towers using shuttle processing truss.
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.
05.24.13 - The following is a statement from NASA's associate administrator for space technology, Michael Gazarik, about his meetings this week in Europe to discuss potential cooperation on development of space technologies that will enable NASA's future missions. These include the asteroid initiative announced in the president's fiscal year 2014 budget proposal.
05.22.13 - A panel of international judges from NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and other partner organizations has selected five "best in class" solutions as winners of the 2013 International Space Apps Challenge.