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12.15.03 - Space Telescope News Conference
NASA will also announce a new name for the observatory and unveil the first images on Thursday, Dec. 18 at 1 p.m. EST .
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12.12.03 - Students Fly on "Weightless Wonder"
Undergraduate teams will design, fabricate and fly reduced-gravity experiments aboard the KC-135A aircraft.
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12.11.03 - Students Celebrate Centennial of Flight
The Expedition 8 crew will talk with North Carolina students during an educational downlink on Dec. 12 from 10:04 to 10:24 a.m. EST.
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12.11.03 - Wind Tunnel Helps Aviator Recreate History
The First Flight Centennial Celebration runs Dec. 12-17 at the Wright Brothers' National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, N.C.
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12.11.03 - Do Cities Change Local And Global Climates?
Evidence from satellites, models, and ground observations reveal asphalt, buildings, and aerosols from cities affect rainfall.
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12.11.03 - NASA Scientist Trains "Earth-Smart" Astronauts
After hearing the 1969 Apollo 11 lunar landing radio broadcast as a boy in India, Kamlesh Lulla pursued a space science career.
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12.11.03 - Educators Bring Astronomy Down To Earth
The Educator Ambassadors will test the material in their classrooms and then distribute it to other teachers nationwide.
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12.10.03 - Webcast Highlights Benefits Of Remote Sensing
The "Space Station Today" webcast will feature Astronaut Mario Runco on Thursday from 1- 1:30 p.m. EST.
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12.10.03 - Scientists "Reconstruct" Earth's Climate
The press conference is at 5 p.m. EST, Thursday, December 11 in the Moscone Convention Center West in San Francisco.
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12.10.03 - Spring Thaw Makes A Difference
NASA radars and orbiting satellite microwave remote sensing instruments help scientists monitor growing season dynamics.
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12.09.03 - Successful Year of ELV Launches
Since January, eight spacecraft have been safely and successfully deployed on expendable launch vehicles (ELVs).
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12.09.03 - Astronaut Breaks U.S. Space Endurance Record
Michael Foale, International Space Station Expedition 8 Commander and NASA Science Officer, surpassed the previous U.S. space endurance record of 230 days, 13 hours, three minutes and 37 seconds.
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12.09.03 - NASA Takes Flight With Centennial Partners In North Carolina
Thanks to NASA, the thousands of people who visit Kill Devil Hills, N.C., to celebrate a century of flight, will also have a chance to learn more about what may happen in aerospace exploration in the next hundred years.
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12.09.03 - NASA Multimedia Series Set To Inspire Hispanic Youth
NASA is launching Noticiencias NASA™, a Spanish-language, research-inquiry, standards-based, and technology-focused educational program designed for students in grades K-5.
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12.09.03 - ICESat Captures Earth In Spectacular 3-D Images
Satellite views of Earth's polar ice sheets, clouds, mountains, and forestlands are helping scientists understand how life on Earth is affected by changing climate.
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12.09.03 - Extensive Destruction Powers Solar Explosions
The sun's magnetic fields are stretched and forced together until they break under the stress, like a rubber band pulled too far, and then reconnect -- snap -- to a new shape with less energy.
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12.08.03 - Sun's Power & Violence Revealed At AGU
New discoveries about the rules governing the sun's most violent phenomena will be presented at 6 p.m. EST today at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco.
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12.08.03 - Science Press Conferences
The American Geophysical Union will meet at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco on December 8-12.
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12.08.03 - Monitor Coral Reef Health
Sometimes called the "bellwether of the seas," coral reefs can give first indications of marine ecosystem health.
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12.05.03 - Song Soars To Grammy Nomination
Singer Patti LaBelle has been nominated for a Grammy for her rendition of "Way Up There."
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