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Orbital Sciences Corp. Cygnus
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01/13/14
Cygnus Attached
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01/13/14
Cygnus Approaches
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01/13/14
Antares launches
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01/13/14
Mars lost much of its nitrogen early in its history, presumably because it has a weak magnetic field. NASA's MAVEN spacecraft will study more about the planet's atmospheric composition when it arrives at Mars in September 2014. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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01/15/14

The "Gordon" supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center. How can we define and parameterize it and its even more advanced future brethren's' modes of intelligence, when we made them? Credit: University of California, San Diego, publications/Erik Jepsen
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01/15/14
The technology is also being tested onboard the IPEX cubesat for Earth science applications. IPEX measures 10 centimeters on each side and carries several low-resolution cameras. IPEX is funded by funded by NASA’s Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO). Credit: NASA ESTO, NASA JPL, California Polytechnic State University
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01/16/14
Commander Mark Kelly
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01/16/14
Luis Zea CU Ph.D. candidate
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01/16/14
NASA's Global Hawk 872 on a checkout flight from Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., in preparation for the 2014 ATTREX mission over the western Pacific Ocean. Image Credit: NASA/Tom Miller
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01/22/14

Artist's concept of the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer instrument flown on the Terra satellite. Image Credit: NASA
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01/24/14
MAVEN just before launch. Credit: Courtesy of Lockheed Martin
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02/02/14
MAVEN deployed over Mars. Credit: Courtesy NASA/GSFC
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02/02/14
NASA's Kepler spacecraft has found over 5,000 potential planets, most of which will likely be confirmed. Scientists have combed through the list in search of the best planets to hunt for exomoons around. Credit: NASA/Kepler Mission/Wendy Stenzel
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02/03/14
This equipment is used by Goddard's Astrobiology Analytical Lab to analyze very small samples. On the right is the nanoelectrospray emitter, which gives sample molecules an electric charge and transfers them to the inlet of the mass spectrometer (left), which identifies the molecules by their mass. Image Credit: Michael Callahan
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02/03/14

This is an artist's depiction of NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) observatory in space with the moon in the distance. Image Credit: NASA Ames/Dana Berry
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02/04/14
NGIMS instrument, just prior to integration with into the MAVEN spacecraft. Credit: Courtesy of NASA/Goddard
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02/07/14
22kg IUVS instrument. Credit: Courtesy of LASP, Colorado
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02/07/14
Artist impression of the MAVEN spacecraft. Credit: NASA
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02/13/14
Dual Magnetometers. Courtesy of LASP.
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02/21/14

Magnetometers on MAVEN
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02/21/14
The five Lagrangian points for the Sun-Earth system are shown in the diagram below. An object placed at any one of these 5 points will stay in place relative to the other two. Credit: NASA
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02/21/14
Human fibroblasts will be grown in the BioServe’s cell culture system. Image Credit: Bioanalytical Core Laboratory
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03/07/14
Damage in human fibroblasts will be measured by the phosphorylation of a histone protein H2AX after bleomycin treatment. Image Credit: Bioanalytical Core Laboratory
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03/07/14
TYPE IV damage to human fibroblasts after bleomycin treatment, shown in a 53BP1 stain. Image Credit: Bioanalytical Core Laboratory
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03/07/14

Thyroid cancer cell line FTC-133 after four hours of exposure to simulated microgravity. Nuclei are stained blue, components of the cytoskeleton stained green and red. Image Credit: Team Daniela Grimm
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03/07/14
Three-dimensional, multicellular tumor spheroids that begin to form after exposure to real microgravity. Image Credit: Team Daniela Grimm
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03/07/14
The automated Astrium Type-IV experiment chambers that will be used to culture thyroid cancer cells on board the International Space Station. Image Credit: Team Daniela Grimm
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03/07/14
Galactic Gas Station - Christine Daniloff/MIT
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03/12/14
The Icebreaker drill in the laboratory at Honeybee Robotics. Credit: Honeybee Robotics
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04/09/14

University Valley, Antarctica (approximate coordinates: -77.866427, 160.725585). Credit: Honeybee Robotics
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04/09/14
Icebreaker at work in the field at University Valley, Antarctica. Credit: Honeybee Robotics
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04/09/14
Cape Armitage, Antarctica (approximate coordinates: -77.850261, 166.708475). Credit: Honeybee Robotics
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04/09/14
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile is designed to search for astronomical phenomena such as complex molecules in protoplanetary discs. Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/B. Tafreshi (twanight.org)
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04/18/14
Artist's conception of the Square Kilometre Array, a set of telescopes that will work together using a technique called interferometry. Credit: SKA Organisation/Swinburne Astronomy Productions
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04/18/14

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