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  • Stargazer Aircraft Carrying IRIS Takes Off

    ... the flow of energy and plasma through the chromospheres and transition region into the sun's corona . The spacecraft will observe how solar material moves, ... Read article

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    Jun 28st, 2013
  • NASA Launches Satellite to Study How Sun's Atmosphere is ...

    The rocket placed IRIS into a sun-synchronous polar orbit that will allow it to make almost continuous solar observations during its two-year mission. The L-1011 ... Read article

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    Jun 28st, 2013
  • Trailblazer Sea Satellite Marks its Coral Anniversary

    Three years later, NASA began planning for Seasat, the first multi-sensor ... of sea surface height used to study climate phenomena such as El Niño and La Niña. Read article

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    blog.locustfork.net NASA Study Reveals Industrial Soot's Role in 1800s Glacier Retreat | The Locust Fork News-Journal

    A NASA-led team of scientists has uncovered strong evidence that soot from a rapidly industrializing Europe caused the abrupt retreat of mountain glaciers in the European Alps that began in the 1860s, a period often thought of as the end of the Little Ice Age, according to a new peer reviewed stu... Read article

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    gizmodo.com.au NASA Images Reveal A Part Of The Sun We've Never Seen Before | Gizmodo Australia

    NASA is now closer to the sun than Icarus could have ever dreamed, thanks to the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, IRIS. The mission, which launc... NASA Images Reveal A Part Of The Sun We've Never Seen Before Read article

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    gizmodo.com NASA Images Reveal a Part of the Sun We've Never Seen Before

    NASA is now closer to the sun than Icarus could have ever dreamed, thanks to the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, IRIS. The mission, which launched on June 26 to examine the sun's atmosphere, just released its first images, revealing a part of the sun that was unseen until now. NASA Images ... Read article

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    venturebeat.com Check out NASA’s new rover, the first in ‘an army of polar robots’ | VentureBeat

    NASA releases 'skyrocket' comet footage, just in time for July 4th Check out NASA’s new rover, the first in ‘an army of polar robots’ Read article

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    virtual-strategy.com NASA Discusses Mars 2020 Plans In July 9 Teleconference | Virtual-Strategy Magazine

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    sierraactivist.org NASA Finds ‘Amazing’ Levels Of Arctic Methane And CO2, Asks ‘Is a Sleeping Climate Giant Stirring in the Arctic?’ | SierraActivist

    A NASA science team has observed “amazing and potentially troubling” levels of methane and CO2 from the rapidly warming Arctic. Given the staggering amount of carbon trapped in the permafrost — and the fact that methane is a very potent heat-trapping gas — the space agency is now asking: “Is a Sl... Read article

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    azom.com First 3-D Microgravity Printing Experiment to be Launched on International Space Station

    In preparation for a future where parts and tools can be printed on demand in space, NASA and Made in Space Inc. of Mountain View, Calif., have joined to launch equipment for the first 3-D microgravity printing experiment to the International Space Station. Read article

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    huffingtonpost.com How Ring Nebula Formed Provides Insight To Sun's Demise In Around 5 Billion Years (VIDEO)

    As fascinating as the glowing Ring Nebula may be, it's really a sneak peek at what may happen when our sun shuts down. After all, the iconic ring of gas is the result of a sunlike star dying in the past -- just check out new observations of the nebula in the NASA and ESA video above. Charles Cama... Read article

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    pigmag.com La Nasa sta realizzando il cibo stampabile in 3D « PIG Mag

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    sys-con.com ITT Exelis selected for NASA Deep Space Network subcontract by Jet Propulsion Laboratory | SYS-CON MEDIA

    ITT Exelis selected for NASA Deep Space Network subcontract by Jet Propulsion Laboratory Delegates will leave Cloud Expo with dramatically increased understanding the entire scope of the entire cloud computing spectrum from storage to security. Whether you're an enterprise or small to medium busi... Read article

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    treehugger.com 10 NASA scientists speak on 400 ppm CO2 milestone : TreeHugger

    Earlier this month, our atmosphere crossed an important - and potentially dangerous - milestone. Here's some context provided by some of NASA's climate scientists. 10 NASA scientists speak on 400 ppm CO2 milestone Read article

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    physicsbuzz.physicscentral.com Physics Buzz: NASA's Cold Fusion Folly

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