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10.13.05
 
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NASA's Space Technology 5 (ST5) Project is building and testing three smaller satellites called micro-satellites. These micro-sats will test and validate new technologies for future science missions. The hope is that ST5 will demonstrate the benefits of a group of small low-cost spacecraft taking measurements at the same time in different locations. Building and testing of all three micro-sats is currently underway and scheduled for launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) in late February 2006. ST5 is scheduled to operate in space for at least 90 days.

Click on the below images to view a high resolution .jpg image. (Warning: These files are large, approx. 2000k each.)

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft     High Resolution Image of the ST-5 spacecraft    

All images should be credited to NASA. Edmonia Caldwell, a Thermal Engineer at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center is working on ST5 in the photos in row 3; Helen Johnson, a Thermal Design Technician at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, is in the photos in rows 6 and 9. For more information on ST5, please contact Lynn Chandler or Rachel Weintraub.

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