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 Expedition 16 patch
10.17.07 - Expedition 16
Commander Peggy Whitson leads the Expedition 16 crew.
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09.06.07 - Astronaut Health Reviews
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin and other agency officials testified Sept. 6, 2007, at a Congressional hearing on astronaut health issues.
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 Phoenix Mars Lander
10.24.07 - Phoenix Mars Lander
The Phoenix Mars Lander is headed for the Martian arctic.
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06.04.07 - NASA Remains One of the Federal Government's Best Places to Work in 2007
The Partnership for Public Service ranks NASA among the top five federal agencies.
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 Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM)
01.09.07 - AIM: Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere
AIM's two-year mission is to study Polar Mesospheric Clouds, the Earth’s highest clouds, which form an icy membrane 50 miles above the surface at the edge of space.
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 Constellation Program
09.20.06 - Constellation and the Vision for Space Exploration: NASA's Future
A new generation of spacecraft will carry humans to the moon, Mars and beyond.
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04.20.07 - Incident at Johnson Space Center
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 dunes in Proctor Crater, located in the southern hemisphere of Mars
02.07.07 - Spacecraft Milestones, Technical Issue
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 Hubble Space Telescope
10.31.06 - NASA Gives 'Go' to Hubble Upgrade
Shuttle astronauts will make one final house call to NASA's Hubble Space Telescope as part of a mission to extend and improve the observatory's capabilities through 2013.
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 Michael Griffin. Photo Credit: NASA/Renee Bouchard
09.28.06 - Administrator Michael Griffin Visits China
NASA Administrator departs China after 'rewarding' first visit.
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 Ares rockets
06.30.06 - Ares: NASA's New Rockets
The crew launch vehicle will be called Ares I, and the cargo launch vehicle will be known as Ares V.
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 Interior of inflatable habitat
11.21.07 - NASA Tests Lunar Habitat in Extreme Antarctic
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 Eight new propeller-like features within Saturn's A ring
10.24.07 - Belt of Moonlets in Saturn's Rings
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 CALIPSO and CloudSat Missions
04.24.06 - Two Missions to Study Clouds, Aerosols
CloudSat and CALIPSO will give us a unique view of Earth's atmosphere.
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 NEEMO divers
08.07.07 - NASA Undersea Mission Begins
Three astronauts and a Constellation Program aerospace engineer began a 10-day NASA mission in the ocean depths off the Florida coast Aug. 6.
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 Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
11.27.07 - New Views of Martian Moons
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11.19.07 - Atlantis Crew on Target for December Mission
The STS-122 crew arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center for its full launch dress rehearsal, known as the terminal countdown demonstration test or TCDT.
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FY 2007 Budget Request and Planning Documents
Moving forward with the Vision for Space Exploration.
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 Comet Wild
12.14.06 - Pinch of Comet Dust Reveals 'Cosmic Zoo'
Materials formed in different times and places in space mixed "a whole lot" during the solar system's formation, according to an international team of scientists who studied comet particles captured by NASA's Stardust spacecraft in January 2004.
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 Volcanic plume on Jupiter's moon, Io
03.02.07 - Volcanic Plume on Io
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft launches on mission to visit Pluto, its moon Charon and the Kuiper Belt.
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