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|| The superstructures that put us into space — 1957: Engineers inside of the 10x10 Supersonic Wind Tunnel check on a model of a supersonic aircraft.

15 Photographs of the Superstructures That Put Us in Space

Engineers making a check on body of a model of a supersonic aircraft before a test run in the x Supersonic Wind Tunnel test section.

4 NASA Satellites to Seek Energy Eruptions in Earth's Magnetic Field |via`tko Space.com

NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) observatories are processed for launch in a clean room at the Astrotech Space Operations facility in Titusville, Florida

Travel Inspiration for Women who love travelling in style

Travel Inspiration for Women who love travelling in style

Mary Jackson at work in at Langley, NASA: Jackson focused on processing data from wind tunnel experiments and experimental flights; she later worked with flight test engineers and eventually became an engineer. #blackhistorymonth #math

Hidden Figures: The black women who sent NASA to space

Mary Jackson at work in at Langley, NASA: Jackson focused on processing data from wind tunnel experiments and experimental flights; she later worked with flight test engineers and eventually became an engineer.

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File:L Dorothy Vaughan M Lessie Hunter R Vivian Adair.

Space Laboratory - looking down the length of the Japanese Lab, called 'Kibo' (meaning 'hope'). Photo Cdn. astronaut Chris Hadfield. 2013

Chris Hadfield on

Space Laboratory - looking down the length of the Japanese Lab, called 'Kibo' (meaning 'hope').

On April 9, 1959, NASA introduced its first astronaut class, the Mercury 7. Front row, left to right: Walter M. Schirra, Jr., Donald K. "D...

Space History Photo: John Glenn OK. In this historical photo from the U. space agency, Astronaut John Glenn and technicians inspect artwork that will be painted on the outside of his Mercury spacecraft. John Glenn nicknamed his capsule "Friendship

"Giant Telescope and Large Magelanic Cloud" by Babak A. Tafreshi (TWAN)

The Large Magellanic Cloud above one of the VLT telescopes on Cerro Paranal, Chile.

Orion Heat Shield Attached

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World’s largest heat shield, measuring feet in diameter, has been successfully attached to the Orion spacecraft,

The Webb, with its 21-foot mirror, will be 100 times more powerful than the Hubble Space Telescope, able to capture images of very dim, very old light.

How a Superchilled Telescope Will Look Back at the Dawn of the Universe

Engineers and technicians prepare a lift system that will be used to hold the Webb telescope during testing.

From 2010, a decommissioned research tokamak (fusion reactor) at  #TheCanadaScienceandTechnologyMuseum #Ottawa.

A decommissioned research tokamak (fusion reactor) at the Canadian Science Museum in Ottawa.

A report released in May questioned whether the so-called National Ignition Facility would ever meet its goal.

Scientists Are Trying to Make Nuclear Fusion With Frickin' Lasers

Scientists Say Their Giant Laser Has Produced Nuclear Fusion The National Ignition Facility's 192 laser beams focus onto a tiny target.

In the ’40s and ’50s NASA actively recruited women for computing work. Here, in 1952, a female employee is at work at Langley Research Center. | Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Take A Look Inside NASA In The '50s

Langley Research Center engineers euphemistically called women employees the “Female Computer” support personnel,

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