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Professor Bernard Marty
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10/06/13
Anton Petrov, Loren Williams and Chade Bernier
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10/06/13
Kyle Gilpin, Daniela Rus and John Romanishin
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10/07/13
Dr. Kevin France
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10/07/13
Symposium participants and moderator David Grinspoon
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10/10/13

Professor Boris Gänsicke of the Department of Physics at the University of Warwick
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10/12/13
Brent Christner, associate professor of biological sciences at LSU
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10/14/13
Fran Bagenal
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10/15/13
Dr. Edgar Lobaton
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10/17/13
Apostolos Christou
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10/20/13

Donald E. Canfield
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10/22/13
Svetlana Savitskaya
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10/24/13
Tobias Weidner
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10/24/13
Svetlana Savitskaya. Credit: Ria Novosti/Soviet Space Program
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10/24/13
Member of the Astronaut Hall of Fame (2004), Kathryn D. Sullivan. Credit: NASA
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10/24/13

Astronaut Kathryn D. Sullivan checks the latch of the SIR-B antenna in the space shuttle Challenger's open cargo bay during her historic extravehicular activity (EVA) on Oct. 11, 1984. Credit: NASA
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10/24/13
Astronauts Kathryn D. Sullivan, left, and Sally K. Ride display a "bag of worms" during the STS-41G mission in 1984. The bag is a sleep restraint and the majority of the 'worms' are mostly springs and clips used with the sleep restraint. STS-41G was the first flight to include two women. Credit: NASA
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10/24/13
Ed Lu describes the asteroids orbiting the Sun and the challenges in detecting them.
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10/26/13
The panelists from left to right: Tom Jones, Rusty Schweickart, Dumitru-Dorin Prunariu, Ed Lu, Soichi Noguchi, and moderator Neil deGrasse Tyson.
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10/26/13
Sandra Rehan
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10/28/13

Kathryn C. Thornton (Ph.D.)
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10/28/13
Astronaut Kathryn C. Thornton and Hubble
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10/28/13
Astronauts Kathryn C. Thornton (top) lifts the Corrective Optics Space Telescope Axial Replacement (COSTAR) prior to its installation on the Hubble Space Telescope on December 8, 1993. Astronaut Thomas D. Akers (below) assists with the installation. (Click image for close-up) Credit: NASA
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10/28/13
Astronaut Linda M. Godwin, STS-108 mission specialist, is pictured near the end of the Space Shuttle Endeavour's remote manipulator system (RMS) arm during the four-hour session of extravehicular activity (EVA).
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10/28/13
Astronaut Linda M. Godwin, STS-108 mission specialist, works during a four-hour, 12-minute session of extravehicular activity (EVA). The main objective of the space walk was to install thermal blankets on mechanisms that rotate the International Space Station's (ISS) main solar arrays.
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10/28/13

Astronaut Linda M. Godwin, STS-76 mission specialist, changes into her extravehicular mobility unit space suit in the airlock.
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10/28/13
Payload Commander Tamara E. Jernigan is shown here practicing the operation of the Remote Manipulator Arm system for STS-67. She is in the Crew Compartment Trainer within the Shuttle Training Facility at Johnson Space Center
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10/29/13
Tamara E. Jernigan
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10/29/13
Mission Specialist Tamara Jernigan During STRELA EVA
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10/29/13
Canadian Space Agency astronaut Robert Thirsk
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10/30/13

Josh Winn. Photo: M. Scott Brauer / MIT
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10/30/13
Timothy W. Lyons, Professor of Biogeochemistry at the University of California, Riverside. Credit: UCR
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11/01/13
Sankar Chatterjee
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11/01/13
Cristopher Kochanek. Credit: Ohio State University
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11/01/13
Scott Adams
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11/01/13

John Beacom
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11/01/13
STS-102 mission astronaut Susan J. Helms moves along the exterior of the Space Shuttle Discovery during her extravehicular activity (EVA). Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
STS-102 mission astronaut Susan J. Helms works outside the International Space Station (ISS) while holding onto a rigid umbilical and her feet anchored to the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) robotic arm on the Space Shuttle Discovery. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
STS064-05-028 (9-20 Sept. 1994) --- On the space shuttle Discovery's aft flight deck, astronaut Susan J. Helms handles controls for the Remote Manipulator System (RMS). The robot arm operated by Helms, who remained inside the cabin, was used to support several tasks performed by the crew during the almost 11-day mission. Those tasks included the release and retrieval of the free-flying Shuttle Pointed Autonomous Research Tool For Astronomy 201 (SPARTAN 201), a six-hour spacewalk and the Shuttle Plume Impingement Flight Experiment (SPIFEX). Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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11/04/13
Female commanders greet each other for the first time after Discovery docks with the station on Oct. 25. STS-120 Commander Pam Melroy is at left; Expedition 16 Commander Peggy Whitson is at right. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13

In this image from Jan. 30, 2008, Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson, the first female commander of the International Space Station, participates in a seven hour, ten minute spacewalk. During the spacewalk, Whitson and astronaut Daniel Tani, flight engineer, replaced a motor at the base of one of the station's solar wings. Image Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Commander Peggy Whitson exercises in the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station. Image Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Astronaut Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, STS-115 mission specialist, pauses for a moment during the Sept. 12 spacewalk, which she shared with astronaut Joseph R. Tanner. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper releases restrains on the International Space Station's solar arrays during a spacewalk. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13

NASA astronaut Sunita Williams, Expedition 32 flight engineer, attired in an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit, is pictured in the Quest airlock of the International Space Station prior to a session of extravehicular activity (EVA). Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Astronaut Sunita Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer, places a sample collected using the swabbing unit from an International Space Station surface into the Lab-on-a-Chip Application Development - Portable Test System (LOCAD-PTS) cartridge. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
NASA astronaut Sunita Williams, Expedition 32 flight engineer, appears to touch the bright Sun during the mission’s third session of extravehicular activity (EVA) on Sept. 5, 2012. The spacewalk lasted six-hours and 28-minutes. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Aki Hoshide is visible in the reflections of Williams’ helmet visor. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Astronaut/aquanaut Nicole P. Stott takes a moment to pose for a picture beside a habitat window during her stay inside the Aquarius Underwater Laboratory. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13
Expedition 20 flight engineer Nicole Stott participates in the STS-128 mission's first spacewalk as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. The spacewalk lasted six-hours and 35-minutes. Credit: NASA
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11/04/13

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