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Hubble's Deepest View of the Universe Unveils Bewildering Galaxies across Billions of Years
Hubble's Deepest View o...
2008-02-14 0:0:0
 
Hubble's Deepest View of the Universe Unveils Bewildering Galaxies across Billions of Years
Hubble's Deepest View o...
2008-02-15 0:0:0
 
Hubble's Deepest View of the Universe Unveils Bewildering Galaxies across Billions of Years
Hubble's Deepest View o...
2008-02-14 0:0:0
 
M82: Chandra Images See...
Cigar Galaxy
 
M82 Black Hole: Chandra...
 
M82: Starburst Galaxy W...
Cigar Galaxy
 
Chandra Deep Field-Nort...
 
XTE J1118+480: Chandra ...
 
NGC 3079: Superwind Scu...
 
GOODS Chandra Deep Fiel...
 
Lockman Hole: Weight Li...
 
Mkn 421: Lost and Found...
Mrk 421
 
NGC 2841: Galactic Chim...
 
CL0958+4702: Spitzer an...
 
A Superwind from the Cigar Galaxy
A Superwind from the Ci...
Ursa Major
 
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An Unexplored Nebula
An Unexplored Nebula
Ursa Major
 
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A Superwind from the Cigar Galaxy
A Superwind from the Ci...
Ursa Major
 
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Hyakutake, Big Dipper, and Observatory Dome
Hyakutake, Big Dipper, ...
Ursa Major
 
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STS-116 Shuttle Mission...
2006-07-24 0:0:0
 
Description STS116-S-001 (July 2006) --- The STS-116 patch design signifies the continuing assembly of the International Space Station (ISS). The primary mission objective is to deliver and install the P5 truss element. The P5 installation will be conducted during the first of three planned spacewalks, and will involve use of both the shuttle and station robotic arms. The remainder of the mission will include a major reconfiguration and activation of the ISS electrical and thermal control systems, as well as delivery of Zvezda Service Module debris panels, which will increase ISS protection from potential impacts of micro-meteorites and orbital debris. In addition, a single expedition crewmember will launch on STS-116 to remain onboard the station, replacing an expedition crewmember that will fly home with the shuttle crew. The crew patch depicts the space shuttle rising above the Earth and ISS. The United States and Swedish flags trail the orbiter, depicting the international composition of the STS-116 crew. The seven stars of the constellation Ursa Major are used to provide direction to the North Star, which is superimposed over the installation location of the P5 truss on ISS. The NASA insignia design for shuttle space flights is reserved for use by the astronauts and other official use as the NASA Administrator may authorize. Public availability has been approved only in the form of illustrations by the various news media. When and if there is any change in this policy, which is not anticipated, such will be publicly announced.
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