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Safsaf, L&C
Safsaf, L&C
4/16/94
NASA/JPL-Caltech
 
Year 1994
Library of Congress Model, Anaglyph
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Gabriel Mountains.) Maj...
Sol (our sun)
C-Band Radar
 
Bali, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Bali, Shaded Relief and...
The volcanic nature of ...
Sol (our sun)
C-Band Radar
 
Mts. Agung and Batur, Bali, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Mts. Agung and Batur, B...
This perspective view s...
Sol (our sun)
C-Band Radar
 
Library of Congress Model, Perspective View
Library of Congress Mod...
The Shuttle Radar Topog...
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C-Band Radar
 
Portland, Mount Hood, & Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, Perspective View
Portland, Mount Hood, &...
Portland, the largest c...
Sol (our sun)
C-Band Radar
 
SRTM Data Release for Eurasia, Index Map and Colored Height
SRTM Data Release for E...
The colored regions of ...
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C-Band Radar
 
Mount Ararat, Turkey, Perspective with Landsat Image Overlay
Mount Ararat, Turkey, P...
This perspective view s...
Sol (our sun)
C-Band Radar
 
New Zealand, SRTM Shaded Relief and Colored Height
New Zealand, SRTM Shade...
New Zealand straddles t...
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Australia, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Australia, Shaded Relie...
Australia is the world'...
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Southern Florida, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Southern Florida, Shade...
The very low topography...
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Gulf Coast, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Gulf Coast, Shaded Reli...
The topography of the G...
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Gulf Coast, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Gulf Coast, Shaded Reli...
The topography of the G...
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Gulf Coast, Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Gulf Coast, Shaded Reli...
The topography of the G...
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Western Tibet, Shaded Relief with Color as Height
Western Tibet, Shaded R...
. This shaded relief wi...
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C-Band Radar
 
Nabro and Mallahle Volcanoes, Eritrea and Ethiopia, SRTM Colored Height and Shaded Relief
Nabro and Mallahle Volc...
The area known as the A...
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Ambae Island, Vanuatu (South Pacific)
Ambae Island, Vanuatu (...
The recently active vol...
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C-Band Radar
 
Bora Bora, Tahaa, and Raiatea, French Polynesia, Landsat and SIR-C Images Compared to SRTM Shaded Relief and Colored Height
Bora Bora, Tahaa, and R...
Bora Bora, Tahaa, and R...
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - An X-band radar antenna is in place to observe the MESSENGER (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) launch. This antenna and a C-band radar antenna are on loan to KSC from the USNS Pathfinder, a U.S. Navy instrumentation ship. They have been installed at site north of Haulover Canal where the National Center for Atmospheric Research previously had a radar for thunderstorm research. NASA is evaluating the pair of radars for their ability to observe possible debris coming from the Space Shuttle during launch, part of NASA?s initiative to return the Space Shuttle to flight.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - A C-band radar antenna stands ready to observe the MESSENGER (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) launch. This antenna and an X-band radar antenna are on loan to KSC from the USNS Pathfinder, a U.S. Navy instrumentation ship. They have been installed at site north of Haulover Canal where the National Center for Atmospheric Research previously had a radar for thunderstorm research. NASA is evaluating the pair of radars for their ability to observe possible debris coming from the Space Shuttle during launch, part of NASA?s initiative to return the Space Shuttle to flight.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - An X-band (left) and a C-band radar antenna are prepared to observe the MESSENGER (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) launch. The antennas are on loan to KSC from the USNS Pathfinder, a U.S. Navy instrumentation ship. They have been installed at site north of Haulover Canal where the National Center for Atmospheric Research previously had a radar for thunderstorm research. NASA is evaluating the pair of radars for their ability to observe possible debris coming from the Space Shuttle during launch, part of NASA?s initiative to return the Space Shuttle to flight.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - A C-band radar antenna is prepared to observe the MESSENGER (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) launch. This antenna and an X-band radar antenna are on loan to KSC from the USNS Pathfinder, a U.S. Navy instrumentation ship. They have been installed at site north of Haulover Canal where the National Center for Atmospheric Research previously had a radar for thunderstorm research. NASA is evaluating the pair of radars for their ability to observe possible debris coming from the Space Shuttle during launch, part of NASA?s initiative to return the Space Shuttle to flight.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - An X-band radar antenna is prepared to observe the MESSENGER (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) launch. This antenna and a C-band radar antenna are on loan to KSC from the USNS Pathfinder, a U.S. Navy instrumentation ship. They have been installed at site north of Haulover Canal where the National Center for Atmospheric Research previously had a radar for thunderstorm research. NASA is evaluating the pair of radars for their ability to observe possible debris coming from the Space Shuttle during launch, part of NASA?s initiative to return the Space Shuttle to flight.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On June 14, work is underway on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., constructing a C-band radar antenna (seen at left) and its base. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. In the background (center) is an existing 30-foot C-band Pathfinder radar whose use was demonstrated on the Delta Messenger launch. It will be used on the upcoming two Return to Flight missions. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On June 6, progress is made in the erection of a C-band radar antenna at a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. In the background is an existing 30-foot C-band Pathfinder radar whose use was demonstrated on the Delta Messenger launch. It will be used on the upcoming two Return to Flight missions. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On June 16, work is underway on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., constructing a C-band radar antenna (seen at left) and its base. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. In the background (center) is an existing 30-foot C-band Pathfinder radar whose use was demonstrated on the Delta Messenger launch. It will be used on the upcoming two Return to Flight missions. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On May 27, a C-band radar antenna begins to be erected at a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. In the background is an existing 30-foot C-band Pathfinder radar whose use was demonstrated on the Delta Messenger launch. It will be used on the upcoming two Return to Flight missions. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On June 13, the base for a C-band radar antenna (seen at left) can be seen under construction (at right) on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. In the background (center) is an existing 30-foot C-band Pathfinder radar whose use was demonstrated on the Delta Messenger launch. It will be used on the upcoming two Return to Flight missions. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., a crane lifts part of the structure to be added to the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On June 8, the base for a C-band radar antenna is being constructed at a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On June 8, further progress is made in the erection of a C-band radar antenna at a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The 50-foot C-band radar will be used for long-term Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. In the background is an existing 30-foot C-band Pathfinder radar whose use was demonstrated on the Delta Messenger launch. It will be used on the upcoming two Return to Flight missions. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission, STS-114, is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is lifted off the ground. It will be placed onto the top of a support structure.The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is lowered toward the top of the support structure. It will be placed on the counterweights installed there. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., part of the structure for the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna is put in position.The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., one of two counterweights is being lifted for installation on a support structure (right) for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers secure an upper section of the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna being erected on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., part of the structure to be added to the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna is moved closer to the base. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the second counterweight (left side) is moved into place on the support structure for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - On a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., part of the structure for the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna is put in position. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is prepared to be lifted onto the top of a support structure. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., one of two counterweights is lifted into place on a support structure for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers secure an upper section of the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna being erected on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is lifted next to the support structure, where it will be installed on top. It will be placed onto the top of a support structure.The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is lifted above the support structure, where it will be installed on top. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers start securing an upper section of the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna being erected on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the second counterweight is being lifted for installation on the support structure (right) for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is lowered toward the top of the support structure. It will be placed on the counterweights installed there. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Work is underway on a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., constructing the support base for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish is lowered toward the top of the support structure. It will be placed on the counterweights installed there. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At a radar site on North Merritt Island, Fla., the second counterweight (right side) is lifted into place on the support structure for a 50-foot C-band radar antenna dish. The radar will be used for Shuttle missions to track the launches and observe possible debris coming from the Shuttle. It will be used for the first time on STS-114. The launch window for the first Return to Flight mission is July 13 to July 31.
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