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Wright Flyer Test Flights at Fort Myer, VA
Wright Flyer Test Flights at Fort Myer, VA
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Astronaut Charles Duke with Lunar Rover on Moon
Astronaut Charles Duke with Lunar Rover on Moon
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Vanguard Satellite SLV-2 Being Examined at Cape Canaveral
Vanguard Satellite SLV-2 Being Examined at Cape Canaveral
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Little Joe 5B High-Q-Abort Test
Little Joe 5B High-Q-Abort Test
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New York City Welcomes the Apollo 11 Astronauts
New York City Welcomes the Apollo 11 Astronauts
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Apollo 11 bootprint
Apollo 11 bootprint
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Buzz Aldrin and the U.S. flag on the Moon
Buzz Aldrin and the U.S. flag on the Moon
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Flying Saucer Aliens
Flying Saucer Aliens
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Skylab 3 Close-Up
Skylab 3 Close-Up
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Apollo 13
Apollo 13
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Magnificant Details in a Dusty Spiral Galaxy
Magnificant Details in a Dusty Spiral Galaxy
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Hermes A-1 Test Rockets
Hermes A-1 Test Rockets
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Magnificant Details in a Dusty Spiral Galaxy Featured Print

Magnificant Details in a Dusty Spiral Galaxy

In 1995, the majestic spiral galaxy NGC 4414 was imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope as part of the HST Key Project on the Extragalactic Distance Scale. An international team of astronomers, led by Dr. Wendy Freedman of the Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, observed this galaxy on 13 different occasions over the course of two months. Images were obtained with Hubble's Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) through three different color filters. Based on their discovery and careful brightness measurements of variable stars in NGC 4414, the Key Project astronomers were able to make an accurate determination of the distance to the galaxy. The resulting distance to NGC 4414, 19.1 megaparsecs or about 60 million light-years, along with similarly determined distances to other nearby galaxies, contributes to astronomers overall knowledge of the rate of expansion of the universe. In 1999, the Hubble Heritage Team revisited NGC 4414 and completed its portrait by observing the other half with the same filters as were used in 1995. The end result is a stunning full-color look at the entire dusty spiral galaxy. The new Hubble picture shows that the central regions of this galaxy, as is typical of most spirals, contain primarily older, yellow and red stars. The outer spiral arms are considerably bluer due to ongoing formation of young, blue stars, the brightest of which can be seen individually at the high resolution provided by the Hubble camera. The arms are also very rich in clouds of interstellar dust, seen as dark patches and streaks silhouetted against the starlight

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STS-27, Orbiter Atlantis, Liftoff
STS-27, Orbiter Atlantis, Liftoff
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Shuttle Test Using Electron Beam
Shuttle Test Using Electron Beam
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Curtiss Bleeker Helicopter
Curtiss Bleeker Helicopter
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Electrical Storm
Electrical Storm
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Columbia 180 Turn and Burn
Columbia 180 Turn and Burn
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STS-64 Launch
STS-64 Launch
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STS-60 Launch
STS-60 Launch
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STS-57 Launch
STS-57 Launch
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STS-56 Launch
STS-56 Launch
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STS-43 Launch
STS-43 Launch
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STS-28 Rollout
STS-28 Rollout
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Apollo 16 Launch
Apollo 16 Launch
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STS-57 Launch Featured Print

STS-57 Launch

The first flight of the commercially developed SPACEHAB laboratory module begins with the flawless liftoff of the Space Shuttle Endeavour from Launch Pad 39B at 9:07:22 a.m. EDT, June 21, 1993. Also planned for the eight-day flight of Mission STS-57 is the retrieval of the European Retrievable Carrier (EURECA). Onboard for the fourth flight of Endeavour are a crew of six: Mission Commander Ronald J. Grabe; Pilot Brian Duffy; Payload Commander G. David Low; and Mission Specialists Nancy Jane Sherlock, Peter J.K. "Jeff" Wisoff, and Janice E. Voss. The first launch attempt on June 20 was scrubbed due to unacceptable weather conditions both at KSC and the overseas contingency landing sites

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Eagle In Lunar Orbit
Eagle In Lunar Orbit
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Apollo 7 Launch
Apollo 7 Launch
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Apollo 17 Night Launch
Apollo 17 Night Launch
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Tracks to Antares
Tracks to Antares
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Crater Tsiolkovsky
Crater Tsiolkovsky
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The Lunar Farside
The Lunar Farside
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Moon Set over Earth
Moon Set over Earth
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Jupiters Great Red Spot
Jupiters Great Red Spot
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Saturns Rings
Saturns Rings
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Big Blue Marble
Big Blue Marble
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NASA JF-104A Starfighter
NASA JF-104A Starfighter
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Endeavour is Delivered to the Kennedy Space Center
Endeavour is Delivered to the Kennedy Space Center
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Jupiters Great Red Spot Featured Print

Jupiters Great Red Spot

As Voyager 1 flew by Jupiter, it captured this photo of the Great Red Spot. The Great Red Spot is an anti-cyclonic (high- pressure) storm on Jupiter that can be likened to the worst hurricanes on Earth. An ancient storm, it is so large that three Earths could fit inside it. This photo, and others of Jupiter, allowed scientists to see different colors in clouds around the Great Red Spot which imply that the clouds swirl around the spot (going counter-clockwise) at varying altitudes. The Great Red Spot had been observed from Earth for hundreds of years, yet never before with this clarity and closeness (objects as small as six hundred kilometers can be seen). The Voyager mission has been managed by NASA's Office of Space Science and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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A Swarm of Ancient Stars
A Swarm of Ancient Stars
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Hubble Reopens Eye on the Universe
Hubble Reopens Eye on the Universe
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Skylab Concept by George Mueller
Skylab Concept by George Mueller
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The First Space Shuttle External Tank
The First Space Shuttle External Tank
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Horsepower and Rocketpower
Horsepower and Rocketpower
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Static Test Firing of Saturn V S-1C Stage
Static Test Firing of Saturn V S-1C Stage
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The One-Inch Model Airplane
The One-Inch Model Airplane
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CFD Orbiter Model
CFD Orbiter Model
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Turning Vanes
Turning Vanes
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McCulloch J-2 Aero Super Gyroplane
McCulloch J-2 Aero Super Gyroplane
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OMEGA (One-Man Extravehicular Gimbal Arrangement)
OMEGA (One-Man Extravehicular Gimbal Arrangement)
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Lunar Landing Vehicle
Lunar Landing Vehicle
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