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Red Giant Plunging Thro...
 
Nile River Delta, Egypt
Nile River Delta, Egypt
10/13/84
 
ACD07-0152-028
ACD07-0152-028
8/12/07
NASA/Ames Research Cent...
 
Year 2007
ACD07-0152-030
ACD07-0152-030
8/12/07
NASA/Ames Research Cent...
 
Year 2007
Chandra X-ray Image of ...
 
Chandra X-ray Image wit...
 
Fires in Central South America
Fires in Central South ...
Scores of fires were fi...<A HREF="http://modis.gsfc.nasa.gov" target="outlink"></A><A HREF="http://aqua.nasa.gov" target="outlink"></A><A HREF="http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov" target="outlink"></A>
Aqua- MODIS
 
Apex high-altitude rese...
September 26, 1995
 
Apex wing section under...
Sept 1998
 
Apex wing section under...
Mark Nunnelee and Elise...
September 1998
 
Computer generated imag...
This computer-generated...
Sept. 1997
 
Fox Fur, the Unicorn, and a Christmas Tree
Fox Fur, the Unicorn, a...
Apex
 
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Skylab 4 Command Module in Pacific Ocean after splashdown
Skylab 4 Command Module...
The Skylab 4 Command Mo...
2007-11-14 0:0:0
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Skylab 4 Command Module in Pacific Ocean after splashdown
Skylab 4 Command Module...
The Skylab 4 Command Mo...
2007-11-14 0:0:0
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Nile Delta, Egypt
Nile Delta, Egypt
The Nile Delta of Egypt...
2007-11-14 0:0:0
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Cairo, Egypt as seen from STS-62
Cairo, Egypt as seen fr...
Cairo lies at the apex ...
2007-11-15 0:0:0
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Nile River Delta, Egypt
Nile River Delta, Egypt
The Nile River Delta of...
2007-11-14 0:0:0
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The Nile
The Nile
This image of the north...
Sol (our sun)
Multi-angle Imaging Spe...
 
Red Giant Plunging Through Space
Red Giant Plunging Thro...
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Multiband Imaging Photo...
 
Red Giant Plunging Through Space
Red Giant Plunging Thro...
</a> Poster Version Thi...
Multiband Imaging Photo...
 
MISR Views the Middle East
MISR Views the Middle E...
This image, generated u...
Sol (our sun)
Multi-angle Imaging Spe...
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Evidence for Recent Liquid Water on Mars: Seepage Sites in "Aerobraking Crater" Revisited
Evidence for Recent Liq...
The first clue that the...
Sol (our sun)
Mars Orbiter Camera
 
Europa Impact Crater
Europa Impact Crater
A newly discovered, cit...
Jupiter
Near Infrared Mapping S...
 
Alluvial Fans in Mojave Crater: Did It Rain on Mars?
Alluvial Fans in Mojave...
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Sol (our sun)
HiRISE
 
Alluvial Fans in Mojave Crater: Did It Rain on Mars?
Alluvial Fans in Mojave...
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Sol (our sun)
HiRISE
 
Alluvial Fan Along a Crater Wall
Alluvial Fan Along a Cr...
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Sol (our sun)
HiRISE
 
Alluvial Fan Along a Crater Wall
Alluvial Fan Along a Cr...
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Sol (our sun)
HiRISE
 
LDEF (Flight), S0014 : Advanced Photovoltaic Experiment, Tray E09
LDEF (Flight), S0014 : ...
The flight photograph w...
01.12.1990
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M2-F1 lifting body and Paresev 1B on ramp
M2-F1 lifting body and ...
In this photo of the M2...
01.01.1963
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Apex high-altitude research sailplane mock-up
Apex high-altitude rese...
This photo shows a mock...
09.26.1995
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Apex wing section undergoing loading test preparation by Mark Nunnelee and Eliseo Sanchez
Apex wing section under...
Mark Nunnelee and Elise...
09.01.1998
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Apex wing section undergoing loading test preparation
Apex wing section under...
This photo shows prepar...
09.01.1998
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Computer generated image of Apex high-altitude research sailplane in flight
Computer generated imag...
This computer-generated...
01.01.1997
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Apex wing section undergoing loading test
Apex wing section under...
STRESS TEST -- A test s...
03.01.1998
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USS Los Angeles
USS Los Angeles
Tunnel interior views o...
04.16.1926
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LDEF (Prelaunch), S0014 : Advanced Photovoltaic Experiment, Tray E09
LDEF (Prelaunch), S0014...
LDEF (Prelaunch), S0014...
01.12.1984
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LDEF (Postflight), S0014 : Advanced Photovoltaic Experiment, Tray E09
LDEF (Postflight), S001...
LDEF (Postflight), S001...
03.12.1990
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JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, HOUSTON, TEXAS - A recovery helicopter hovers above the Apollo 11 spacecraft seconds after it splashed down in the Pacific Ocean July 24, 1969, at 12:50 p.m. EDT 900 miles southwest of Hawaii. The spacecraft turned apex down after impact, as shown here, but inflatable bags repositioned it shortly after this view was taken.
JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, H...
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APEX FLIGHT PROJECT
APEX FLIGHT PROJECT
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ADVANCED PHOTOVOLTAIC FLIGHT EXPERIMENT (APEX)
ADVANCED PHOTOVOLTAIC F...
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International Space Sta...
2006-12-18 0:0:0
 
Description ISS013-E-76262 (4 Sept. 2006) --- Lake Morari, Tibet is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 13 crewmember onboard the International Space Station. Melt-water from glaciers to the east and west drains into Lake Morari, a large lake on the Tibetan Plateau which lies at an altitude of 4,521 meters (14,830 feet). The main inflow to the lake is via a west-side stream. Mud from this river gives the light blue hues to the lake water. The well-formed alluvial fan (center), built by sediment from the main inflow river, is the reason the lake has formed at this point in the valley. The fan has dammed up the depression now occupied by Lake Morari (approximately 7 kilometers wide in this view) and forms the curved southern shore of the lake. The apex of the fan lies fully 40 meters above the level of the lake. The change of color and texture on the fan seems to result from a new influx of gray sediment on top of an older fan which had several channels cut into it. Interestingly, the alluvial fan also acts as the only outlet of the lake, although no obvious outlet channel can be seen in this detailed view. South of the fan an outlet river appears as a green surface, possibly due to aquatic vegetation or algae. Altitude measurements show that the outlet river lies many meters below the lake surface.
STS-123 Shuttle Mission...
2007-06-26 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2007-E-29376 (14 June 2007) --- Crew trainer Bob Behrendsen (left) briefs astronauts Dominic L. Gorie (center) and Gregory H. Johnson, STS-123 commander and pilot, respectively, during a water survival training session in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near Johnson Space Center.
STS-106 Shuttle Mission...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS106-701-025 (8-20 September 2000) --- One of the STS-106 crew members on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis used a handheld 70mm camera to photograph this image of Cairo, Egypt, the largest city in Africa. Its population is nearly 16 million, a figure which translates to approximately 130,000 people per square mile. Metropolitan Cairo shows as a gray area in the green of the Nile River valley at the apex of the Delta. The shadows of the three major pyramids at Giza on the Western edge of the city are visible. They are right below the bright new road construction. This side of the metropolitan area is experiencing rapid growth. According to geologists who have been studying shuttle-to-Earth imagery for many years, this photograph documents some of the many changes in land use in the Western Desert.
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