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Camera on Curiosity's Arm as Seen by Camera on Mast

The left eye of the Mast Camera (Mastcam) on NASA's Mars rover Curiosity took this image of the camera on the rover's arm, the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI), during the Martian day, or sol, of the rover's mission on Mars (Sept.

bird friendly compressed-air wind turbines by raymond green

the alternative wind turbine system prevents birds and bats from being injured by internalizing all moving components within an air compression cone.


dequalized: “The last launch of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, as photographed by Dan Winters, an award-winning photographer based in Austin, Los Angeles. Last Launch is a book by Dan Winters which is a.

Playmobil Mod

El juguete preferido de Weller - The Cornershop, open space.: A playmobil for Xmas, son?

PAGEOS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Test inflation of PAGEOS (PAssive Geodetic Earth Orbiting Satellite) at Weeksville, North Carolina, August

*Breaks button for pressing it too hard*

*Breaks button for pressing it too hard*

*Breaks button for pressing it too hard* << *throws self at button while single tear rolls down face*<<<stabs button repeatedly

Cosmonaut Oleg Kotov as Expedition 22 flight engineer during a spacewalk to maintain the International Space Station.

Russian cosmonaut wearing an Omega Speedmaster Professional in E. (Extra-vehicular activity, ie spacewalk).

NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff holds a handrail during the fourth and last spacewalk conducted by the shuttle Endeavour's crew at the International Space Station on May 27. Chamitoff and astronaut Michael Fincke (visible in the reflections from Chamitoff's helmet visor) transferred an inspection boom system, completing U.S. assembly of the station. The May 27 outing marked the last scheduled spacewalk to be conducted by a space shuttle crew.  (Photo: NASA TV via EPA)

NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff during a 2011 spacewalk on the International Space Station. Reflected in his visor is NASA crewmate Mike Fincke. Both astronauts were mission specialists aboard shuttle mission Credit: NASA