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Trails up Mount Whitney and across Forester Pass give hikers access high into the California mountain range. [Read More]
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Yellow flowers brighten the landscape of southwestern Russia. [Read More]
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This shiny silver "waterfall" is actually the five layers of the full-scale engineering model of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope sunshield being laid out by... [Read More]
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The newest video in the "Behind the Webb" series takes viewers behind the scenes to reveal how the pieces that make up each layer of... [Read More]
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Goddard Technicians Tony Kiem (left) and George Mooney (right) guide the craned structure holding the Webb telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument or MIRI Shield Environmental Test Unit... [Read More]
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The robotic arm lifts and lowers a golden James Webb Space Telescope flight spare primary mirror segment onto a test piece of backplane at Goddard. [Read More]
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A James Webb Space Telescope flight spare primary mirror segment is loaded onto the CMM (Configuration Measurement Machine) at the CIAF (Calibration, Integration and Alignment... [Read More]
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In this photo, Ed Shade, an Engineer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. is putting final touches on thermal blankets in a... [Read More]
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The discovery of ice deposits in craters scattered across the Moon's south pole has helped to renew interest in exploring the lunar surface. [Read More]
Out at the boundary of our solar system, pressure runs high. This pressure, the force plasma, magnetic fields and particles like ions, cosmic rays and... [Read More]
NASA is exploring electrified aircraft propulsion as an alternative to jet-engine powered flight. [Read More]
Orange and yellow foliage paint the banks of this river in the Russian Far East. [Read More]
Assateague, Chincoteague, and Wallops provide a rare example of overlapping barrier islands. All of them are constantly in motion. [Read More]
2019 has brought exceptional rain to some areas, and the monsoon is retreating later than any season in recent memory. [Read More]
Satellites can track Noctiluca scintillans, a type of phytoplankton that produce a bioluminescent glow at night. [Read More]
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