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External Tank Assembly
External Tank Assembly
1977-03-01
 
Liquid Hydrogen Tank for the External Tank
Liquid Hydrogen Tank fo...
1977-02-01
 
Liquid Hydrogen Tank of the External Tank
Liquid Hydrogen Tank of...
1978-03-01
 
Liquid Oxygen Tank of the External Tank
Liquid Oxygen Tank of t...
1978-05-01
 
Light Weight External Tanks in Final Assembly
Light Weight External T...
1983-07-01
 
S-IB Stage at the Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
S-IB Stage at the Micho...
1968-01-01
 
Assembly of Saturn V S-IC (First) Stages at the Michoud Assembly Facility
Assembly of Saturn V S-...
1968-10-01
 
View of Manufacturing Plant at the Michoud Assembly Facility
View of Manufacturing P...
1968-10-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage in Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage in...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Assembly at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage As...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage at...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage at...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Thrust Structure Assembly at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Th...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage at...
1969-01-01
 
Members of House Committee on Science and Astronautics Visited MSFC
Members of House Commit...
1962-03-08
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Assembly at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage As...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Assembly at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage As...
1969-01-01
 
F-1 Engine Installation at the Michoud Assembly Facility
F-1 Engine Installation...
1969-06-01
 
Second Stage (S-II) Acceptance Test
Second Stage (S-II) Acc...
1960-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Thrust Structure Assembly at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage Th...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn I S-IB Stage, Lower Shroud, at Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn I S-IB Stage, Lo...
1969-01-01
 
Saturn IB S-IB Stage in Michoud Assembly Facility (MAF)
Saturn IB S-IB Stage in...
1969-01-01
 
Hurricane Katrina Floods the Southeastern United States
Hurricane Katrina Flood...
The Louisiana Superdome...<a href="http://www.digitalglobe.com/index.php"></a>
QuickBird
 
Hurricane Rita Floods U.S. Gulf Coast
Hurricane Rita Floods U...
Cameron, Louisiana, was...<a href="http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/natural_hazards_v2.php3?img_id=13166"></a><a href="http://www.spaceimaging.com/"></a>
IKONOS
 
Strong Storms Dump Heavy Rains on Texas and Louisiana
Strong Storms Dump Heav...
An advancing cold front...<A href="http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/" target="outlink"></A>
TRMM
 
Strong Storms Dump Heavy Rains on Texas and Louisiana
Strong Storms Dump Heav...
An advancing cold front...<A href="http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/" target="outlink"></A>
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Thunderstorms in Texas
Thunderstorms in Texas
Torrential rainfall in ...
 
Strong Storms Dump Heavy Rains on Texas and Louisiana
Strong Storms Dump Heav...
An advancing cold front...<A href="http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/" target="outlink"></A>
TRMM
 
Tropical Storm Isidore
Tropical Storm Isidore
Tropical Storm Isidore ...</a><a href="http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/" target="outlink"></a>
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Traveling exhibits educate surrounding communities
Traveling exhibits educ...
Stennis Space Center to...
01.01.1997
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Visitors Center activities
Visitors Center activit...
Astronaut Katherine Hir...
01.01.1997
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Operation Galileo
Operation Galileo
The Operation Galileo e...
01.01.1996
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NASA Shared Services Center breaks ground
NASA Shared Services Ce...
NASA officials and elec...
02.24.2006
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SSC engineers mentor FIRST Robotics teams
SSC engineers mentor FI...
Engineers from SSC ment...
04.01.2005
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Students participate in JASON Project
Students participate in...
Students participate in...
02.01.2005
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Stennis Space Center, State of Louisiana Extend Partnerships
Stennis Space Center, S...
NASA Stennis Space Cent...
10.07.2003
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Barataria Bay
Barataria Bay
Scientists from NASA's ...
01.01.1995
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Public views evening engine test of a Space Shuttle Main Engine
Public views evening en...
Over the past year, mor...
04.21.2001
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Educator workshops
Educator workshops
Numerous workshops are ...
01.01.1994
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Remote sensing image of Gulf Coast
Remote sensing image of...
This enhanced LandSAT i...
01.01.1990
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Astro Camp 2000 Rocketry Exercise
Astro Camp 2000 Rocketr...
Children at Astro Camp ...
06.23.2000
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International Space Sta...
2006-02-09 0:0:0
 
Description ISS012-E-13692 (2 Jan. 2006) --- A Forest Fire in Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge, Louisiana is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 12 crew member on the International Space Station. Dry conditions and high winds have led to numerous recent fire outbreaks throughout much of the southwestern and south-central USA. This image captures the smoke plume from a fire in the Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern Louisiana. Drought conditions have persisted for much of the past year, leading to an increased fuel load comprised of dried grasses, shrubs, and trees. The combination of high amounts of dry fuel and frequent high winds has stoked small point fires into widespread brush fires. The fires generating this minimum 25-kilometer smoke plume started at approximately 13:00 hours local time. This image was acquired approximately 3.5 hours later as the station passed over the Texas/Louisiana border to the southwest. The extent of the plume reflects the strong westerly winds that drove the fire eastwards and damaged an estimated 200-300 acres of the wildlife refuge. The striking illumination of the plume is caused by a very low sun angle (angle between the horizon and the Sun directly below the space station), but this also results in generally low illumination of other scene features such as agricultural fields.
International Space Sta...
2007-01-19 0:0:0
 
Description ISS014-E-08179 (18 Nov. 2006) --- New Orleans, Louisiana is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 14 crewmember on the International Space Station. The location of New Orleans, in a shallow depression within unconsolidated deltaic sediments, makes it particularly vulnerable to subsidence and increased likelihood of flooding. The average elevation of metropolitan New Orleans is 1.8 meters below sea level, and a complicated system of levees, pumps, and upstream control structures on the Mississippi River is necessary to maintain dry conditions in the city. The ground subsidence occurs from groundwater withdrawal, reduction of sediment delivery by the Mississippi River, and land use changes (such as draining of wetlands) associated with continuing development. The low areas can be flooded by river floods, storm surges, or failure of levees holding back surrounding lake waters - as demonstrated catastrophically during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Sunglint accentuates the wetland setting of New Orleans in this image by highlighting the numerous lakes, pond, and rivers (in various shades of silver-gray) surrounding the city. The view was acquired by a crewmember looking southwest from the station, which was located over north-central Alabama at the time this image was taken. Lake Pontchartrain borders New Orleans to the north, and the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway (36 kilometers in length) appears as a dark linear feature against the lake surface. Variations in surface water coloration to the east and west of the Causeway reflect the dynamics of the surface waters (including surface currents and wind-induced roughening). The patterns are made visible by the presence of surfactants on the water surface. Low cloud cover produces a blue-gray haze visible at lower left.
COLUMBIA Shuttle Missio...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2003-E-14384 (8 February 2003) --- NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (center, blue jacket) inspects debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia. The debris is collected and cataloged in the hangar at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana, prior to shipment to the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
COLUMBIA Shuttle Missio...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2003-E-14386 (8 February 2003) --- NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe (left); astronaut John H. Casper, Director of Safety, Reliability, and Quality Assurance Office; and David Whittle, Chairman of the Mishap Investigation Team, discuss the collection and cataloging process of the Space Shuttle Columbia debris at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana.
COLUMBIA Shuttle Missio...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2003-E-14383 (8 February 2003) --- View of debris from the Space Shuttle Columbia in the hangar at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana. The debris is collected and cataloged prior to shipment to the Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
Exploration Imagery
2007-05-24 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2004-E-49595 (October 2004) --- Jeff Graham (right) and Nathan Howard (NASA), the Desert Research and Technology Studies (RATS) team's Mechanical Engineer, discuss braking issues regarding the nearby robot named Boudreaux during a field trip to the high desert of Arizona. Graham, who has a strong Louisiana background (he calls Baton Rouge his hometown and he attended Louisiana State University), named the robot, one of a number of pieces of hardware tested by the group. The activity was part of a NASA-led effort using the rugged terrain and variegated climate of Arizona desert land to try out prototype spacesuits and innovative equipment that may help America pursue the Vision for Space Exploration to return the Moon and travel beyond. The team is led by scientists from the Johnson Space Center and the Glenn Research Center.
STS-90 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS090-E-5115 (23 April 1998) --- Part of Greater New Orleans, Louisiana was captured with an electronic still camera (ESC) as the Space Shuttle Columbia passed over Louisiana. In the almost vertical view, north is toward the top of the frame. New Orleans Lakefront Airport and the south end of the long causeway are recognizable features associated with Lake Poncartrain at the top of the frame. The Superdome is visible as a pinhead-sized object just below center. New Orleans International Airport is out of frame to the west (left). The Mississippi River snakes through the image from Avondale (western or left edge of frame) to Gretna (on the east or right). The photo was taken at 16:37:05 GMT, April 23, 1998.
International Space Sta...
2007-12-03 0:0:0
 
Description ISS015-E-07725 (11 May 2007) --- Marsh Island, Louisiana is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 15 crewmember on the International Space Station. Marsh Island, located along the southwestern coastline of Louisiana, is a remnant of an abandoned lobe of the Mississippi River Delta formed approximately 5000-7500 years before the present day, according to scientists. It is composed primarily of organic-rich muds and brackish marsh vegetation (some peat -- semiconsolidated plant and organic matter -- is also present). The intricate lake, pond and stream network of the island is highlighted in this image by silver-gray sunglint -- light reflected off of water surfaces directly back to the crewmember on the space station. Sunglint also illuminates water surfaces in the adjacent Gulf of Mexico and West Cote Blanche Bay -- variations in intensity of reflectance in these water bodies is due to surface roughness (often related to wind-driven waves or currents) and the presence of surfactants that can change the surface properties of the water. Marsh Island is a popular fishing, shrimping and birding location. The island has experienced significant loss of vegetation and land area -- nearly 3,000 hectares (7,000 acres) - due to erosion, with a corresponding loss of habitat for local and migratory birds, shrimp, alligators and deer. While Marsh Island is uninhabited, it has been the focus of intensive development for management of erosion, such as revegetation of deteriorated marsh areas. Leveed canals (straight silver-gray water features) help drain areas for above-surface revegetation, while sill dams help stabilize water levels and foster regrowth of important subsurface vegetation such as widgeongrass.
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