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The Giant Asteroid, Up Close and Personal

The Giant Asteroid, Up Close and Personal

By Marc Rayman As NASA’s Dawn spacecraft investigates its first target, the giant asteroid Vesta, Marc Rayman, Dawn’s chief engineer, shares a monthly update on the mission’s progress. This image obtained by the framing camera on NASA’s Dawn spacecraft shows the south pole of the giant asteroid Vesta. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA › Full image and [...]

Slice of History: Cookie Cutter Missile Propellant

Slice of History: Cookie Cutter Missile Propellant

By Julie Cooper Each month in “Slice of History” we feature a historical photo from the JPL Archives. See more historical photos and explore the JPL Archives at https://beacon.jpl.nasa.gov/. Cookie Cutter Missile Propellant — Photograph Number 381-490 The ORDCIT Project at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory was a research and development program about long-range jet propelled [...]

In a State of Flux

In a State of Flux

By Amber Jenkins This post was written for My Big Fat Planet, a blog hosted by Amber Jenkins on NASA’s Global Climate Change site. COLD SNAP: Petermann Glacier, Greenland. Left: June 26, 2010. Right: August 13, 2010. An iceberg more than four times the size of Manhattan broke off the Petermann Glacier (the curved, nearly [...]

As the Asteroid Turns …

As the Asteroid Turns …

By Marc Rayman NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has just arrived at its first target, the giant asteroid Vesta. Each month, Marc Rayman, Dawn’s chief engineer, shares an update on the mission’s progress. NASA’s Dawn spacecraft obtained this image of the giant asteroid Vesta with its framing camera on July 24, 2011. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA › See [...]

Slice of History: IBM 360 Computer System

Slice of History: IBM 360 Computer System

By Julie Cooper Each month in “Slice of History” we feature a historical photo from the JPL Archives. See more historical photos and explore the JPL Archives at https://beacon.jpl.nasa.gov/. IBM 360 Computer System — Photograph Number P-24197A The IBM 360 Model 75 computer system was used for more than 10 years in the Space Flight [...]

Comments on The Remarkable Spirit Rover

Comments on The Remarkable Spirit Rover

By John Callas Below are remarks made by Mars Exploration Rover Project Manager John Callas at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s Spirit Celebration on July 19, 2011. Artist’s concept of NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech “We are here today to celebrate this great triumph of exploration, the incredible mission of this Mars rover. [...]

Taken In by the Giant Asteroid Vesta

Taken In by the Giant Asteroid Vesta

By Marc Rayman NASA’s Dawn spacecraft has just arrived at its first target, the giant asteroid Vesta. Each month, Marc Rayman, Dawn’s chief engineer, shares an update on the mission’s progress. This is the first image obtained by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft after successfully entering orbit around Vesta. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA › See more images Dear [...]

Slice of History: Low Speed Wind Tunnel

Slice of History: Low Speed Wind Tunnel

By Julie Cooper Each month in “Slice of History” we feature a historical photo from the JPL Archives. See more historical photos and explore the JPL Archives at https://beacon.jpl.nasa.gov/. Low Speed Wind Tunnel — Photograph Number 383-6109Bc In December 1974, this photo was taken of the Low Speed Wind Tunnel. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory had [...]

Out of This World (Literally): Week One

Out of This World (Literally): Week One

By Andrew Crawford He’s already been a classical violinist and a professional snowboarder. Now mechanical/aerospace engineering student and Montana-native Andrew Crawford is learning what it’s like to be an intern at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This summer, he’ll share his experiences working in the Deep Space Network’s Antenna Mechanical group. Read his full blog on [...]

Slice of History: Anechoic Chamber

Slice of History: Anechoic Chamber

By Julie Cooper Each month in “Slice of History” we’ll be featuring a historical photo from the JPL Archives. See more historical photos and explore the JPL Archives at https://beacon.jpl.nasa.gov/. Anechoic Chamber — Photograph Number 383-5765Ac This aerodynamic noise facility, also called an anechoic chamber, was used to study the noise generating mechanisms in supersonic [...]

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