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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Spumans and beginning of TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon, TO 67 and Crater Apollonius
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,TO 67 and Crater Apollonius G
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon, Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - View of Moon,Mare Fecunditatis and TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - End of TO 67
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - Start TO 80 and Secchi
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - TO 80
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - TO 80
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1969
Apollo 11 Mission image - TO 80 and 84
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1969
Astronaut Fullerton Suited for Training Exercises on KC-135
Astronaut Fullerton Sui...
Astronauts
07/1981
NASA
 
NASA Center
Johnson Space Center
Future Flight Central
Future Flight Central
Air Traffic Control
12/13/1999
NASA
 
NASA Center
Ames Research Center
With their 2048 x 2048 frame size and images as often as every 2.5 minutes, STEREO images in the extreme ultraviolet wavelength provides us with the opportunity to pick out any part of the Sun and zoom in for a much closer look. We picked out one active region (September 6, 2007) and magnified our view of that area 10 times from the image showing the entire Sun. Even with a full screen view of the original frame, details of this active region are difficult to discern. But, the close-up still and the movie frames reveal subtle details of lighter loops of plasma arcing and slowly changing above this active region. These trace the magnetic field lines that rise out, above, and connect back into the solar surface. The looping patterns shift and sway over this 15 hours period, but do not generate any solar storms. When the Solar Dynamics Observatory launches and begin operations in about year or so, it will offer much faster frame rates and even more detailed images of the Sun. (For more STEREO image and movies, go here: http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ [ http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ ])
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With their 2048 x 2048 frame size and images as often as every 2.5 minutes, STEREO images in the extreme ultraviolet wavelength provides us with the opportunity to pick out any part of the Sun and zoom in for a much closer look. We picked out one active region (September 6, 2007) and magnified our view of that area 10 times from the image showing the entire Sun. Even with a full screen view of the original frame, details of this active region are difficult to discern. But, the close-up still and the movie frames reveal subtle details of lighter loops of plasma arcing and slowly changing above this active region. These trace the magnetic field lines that rise out, above, and connect back into the solar surface. The looping patterns shift and sway over this 15 hours period, but do not generate any solar storms. When the Solar Dynamics Observatory launches and begin operations in about year or so, it will offer much faster frame rates and even more detailed images of the Sun. (For more STEREO image and movies, go here: http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ [ http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ ])
SOURCES OF THE SOLAR WIND? --- "Plumes" of outward flowing, hot gas in the Sun's atmosphere may be one source of the solar "wind" of charged particles. These images, taken May 8, 1996, by the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on board SOHO show ultraviolet images of polar plumes near the sout solar pole at about 1.5 million degrees Celsius in the Fe XII emission line at 195 A (top) and at somewhat cooler temperature at about 1 million degrees in the Fe IX/X emission lines at 171 A (bottom). These images represent the first opportunity scientists have had to see the detailed development over time of the plume structures in which the solar wind is accelerated, at least at the solar poles. Because of SOHO's continuous view of the Sun, scientists have been able to make movies that allow us to understand the relationship between the magnetic field and the polar plumes.
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SOURCES OF THE SOLAR WIND? --- "Plumes" of outward flowing, hot gas in the Sun's atmosphere may be one source of the solar "wind" of charged particles. These images, taken May 8, 1996, by the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (EIT) on board SOHO show ultraviolet images of polar plumes near the sout solar pole at about 1.5 million degrees Celsius in the Fe XII emission line at 195 A (top) and at somewhat cooler temperature at about 1 million degrees in the Fe IX/X emission lines at 171 A (bottom). These images represent the first opportunity scientists have had to see the detailed development over time of the plume structures in which the solar wind is accelerated, at least at the solar poles. Because of SOHO's continuous view of the Sun, scientists have been able to make movies that allow us to understand the relationship between the magnetic field and the polar plumes.
ACD08-0199-003
ACD08-0199-003
9/4/08
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ACD08-0199-004
ACD08-0199-004
9/4/08
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2008
ACD08-0199-006
ACD08-0199-006
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2008
Heritage Gallery
Heritage Gallery
2002-10-30
 
Saturn I/IB Test
Saturn I/IB Test
1980-09-23
 
Wheat Under LED's (Light Emitting Diodes)
Wheat Under LED's (Ligh...
2004-04-15
 
Potatoes in Space
Potatoes in Space
2004-04-15
 
STS-56 remote manipulator system (RMS) recaptures SPARTAN-201 above OV-103
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2007-11-15 0:0:0
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Mars Exploration Rover, Vertical
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December 15, 2003 An ar...
 
STS-70 landing main gear touchdown (side view)
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The Space Shuttle orbit...
07.22.1995
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STS-72 Crew during Crew Equipment Interface Test
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11.17.1995
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STS-74 Mission Specialists McArther and Ross in OPF
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In Orbiter Processing F...
09.16.1995
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LMS Crew Equipment Interface Test
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STS-78 crew members are...
02.14.1996
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MS Garneau and Thomas observe SPACEHAB testing
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Chris Jaskolka of McDon...
03.14.1996
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STS-77 astronauts during TCDT
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The STS-77 astronauts h...
04.23.1996
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Saturn's B-ring
Saturn's B-ring
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08.13.1981
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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At SPACEHAB, in Cape Ca...
01.12.2000
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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At SPACEHAB, in Cape Ca...
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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At SPACEHAB, in Cape Ca...
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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01.12.2000
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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At SPACEHAB, in Cape Ca...
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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At SPACEHAB, in Cape Ca...
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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At SPACEHAB, in Cape Ca...
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STS-101 crew at SPACEHAB during CEIT
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