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Highly-modified F-15B Intelligent Flight Control System research aircraft09.30.03
Intelligent Software Promises Safer Flight
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Veteran research pilots at the Society of Experimental Test Pilots symposium in Los Angeles09.26.03
Test Pilots Mark Centennial
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Ozone thinning on Earth9.25.03
Holey Ozone
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Expedition 8 Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri (left) and Commander and NASA Station Science Officer Michael Foale (right)09.29.03
Next Crew to Launch to Space Station
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photograph of a Space Shuttle launch09.08.03
Return to Flight Implementation Plan, September 2003
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Astronaut Carl Walz plays the keyboard for a group of astronauts onboard the International Space Station.09.04.03
Music Aboard Station
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Edge-on view of the Sombrero galaxy10.02.03
Hats Off to the Sombrero
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Planetary surface robot work crew at the Ames Research Center in California.09.26.03
Robotics Online Course
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Hubble telescope09.25.03
Hubble Spies New Moons Around Uranus
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 10.03.03 - NASA Celebrates World Space Week With Webcast
The webcast, scheduled for October 9 at 1 p.m. EDT, will originate from one of NASA?s astronaut training facilities in Houston.
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 10.03.03 - Coverage For Next Launch, Landing Of Space Station Crews
NASA Television plans extensive coverage of the next crew exchange for the International Space Station.
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 10.02.03 - Mission Assurance Agreement
U.S. Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency and NASA will exchange information about safety and quality methodology.
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 10.02.03 - Earth Crew Webcast
Students, families and educators across America will participate in the first of six educational webcasts on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 10 a.m. EDT.
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 10.02.03 - New Recruitment Project
NASA needs a new generation of talented college students from diverse backgrounds with science, technology, engineering and math skills.
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 10.01.03 - New Glass Unveiled
The Space Research Update Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 1 p.m. EDT at NASA Headquarters will discuss a new glass with medical, military and communications applications.
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