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NASA Technology Looks Inside Japan's Nuclear Reactor
NASA Technology Looks Inside Japan's Nuclear Reactor
Design techniques honed at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., for Mars rovers were used to create the rover currently examining the inside of Japan's nuclear reactors, in areas not yet deemed safe for human crews.Read More...
NASA Light Technology Successfully Reduces Cancer Patients' Painful Side Effects from Radiation and Chemotherapy
NASA Light Technology Successfully Reduces Cancer Patients' Painful Side Effects from Radiation and Chemotherapy
A NASA technology originally developed for plant growth experiments on space shuttle missions has successfully reduced the painful side effects resulting from chemotherapy and radiation treatment in bone marrow and stem cell transplant patients.Read More...
National Inventors Hall of Fame Taps Former JPL Engineer
National Inventors Hall of Fame Taps Former JPL Engineer
The National Inventors Hall of Fame is honoring a former JPL physicist/engineer for a sensor chip used in cell phone and other digital cameras, and medical imaging.Read More...
Researchers Crack the Mystery of the Spotless Sun
Researchers Crack the Mystery of the Spotless Sun
In 2008-2009, sunspots almost completely disappeared for two years. It was a big event, and solar physicists openly wondered, where have all the sunspots gone? Now they know.Read More...
What's Hitting Earth?
What's Hitting Earth?
Have you ever seen a fireball streak through the night sky and gone to bed wondering, "What was that?" NASA is deploying a network of smart cameras that could have an answer waiting for you when you wake up.Read More...
The Camera That Saved Hubble ... Twice
The Camera That Saved Hubble ... Twice
Read the storied history of an amazing cameras - Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2.Read More...
Galileoscope: Celebrating Telescopes and Space Probes
Galileoscope: Celebrating Telescopes and Space Probes
Galileo would be amazed to learn how our view of our place in the universe has changed dramatically in the past 400 years.Read More...
The Two Galileos
The Two Galileos
Man and Machine: The spacecraft named in honor of Galileo Galilei continued his tradition of groundbreaking discovery.Read More...
Where Are They Now?
Where Are They Now?
Here is a partial list of the missions tracked by the DSN. Where are they in their journeys of exploration?Read More...
Visions From Space
Visions From Space
Ever wonder how the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) brings us unforgettable images of space, planets, galaxies, and faraway stars?Read More...
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