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SSBRP Incubator/Small Payloads Development (N-261 Lab 1) with petrie dish speciems, led (red) lights and purple gloved hand
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ISS027-E-006500 (20 March 2011) --- A low pressure system in the eastern North Pacific Ocean is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 27 crew member in the Cupola of the International Space Station. Although weak, the low pressure area still has the appropriate conditions to maintain cloud development accompanying the counter-clockwise winds.
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NACA Photographer North American F-100A (NACA-200) Super Sabre Airplane take-off. The blowing-tupe boundary-layer control on the leading- and trailing-edge provided large reductions in takeoff and landing approach speeds. Approach speeds were reduced by about 10 knots (Mar 1960). Note:  Used in publication in Flight Research at Ames;  57 Years of Development and Validation of Aeronautical Technology NASA SP-1998-3300 fig. 102 and and Memoirs of a Flight Test Engneer NASA SP-2002-4525
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S63-03978 (1963) --- Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., prime pilot for the Mercury-Atlas 9 (MA-9) mission, is strapped into the gondola while undergoing tests in the centrifuge at the Naval Air Development Center, Johnsville, Pennsylvania. The centrifuge is used to investigate by simulation the pilot's capability to control the vehicle during the actual flight in its booster and reentry profile. Photo credit: NASA
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Navaho in flight, 1957. Navaho is a surface-to-surface missile developed by North American Aviation under the U.S. Air Force Navaho Program. The Navaho engine was an improvement of the V-2 engine. Though program began in March 1946 and was cancelled in July 1957, the research to develop the Navaho engine contributed to the development of the Redstone, Jupiter, Thor, and ATLAS engines.
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North American P-51B 'Mustang' fighter in flight over bay area. The P-51 with its new laminar-flow wing sections developed by NACA was the first airplane selected for testing of airplane drag in flight and wind tunnel comparison  NOTE: used in NASA Publication; Flight Research at Ames: 57 Years of Development and Validation of Aeronautical Technology' Transonic Model Testing fig. 9 NASA SP-1998-3300
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Rear view of man using laptop in skateboard arena
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Couple using digital tablet and mobile phone at home
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Portrait of waitress holding tray of muffins at counter in cafe
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Two smiling men using digital tablet and laptop at coffee shop
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Female graphic designer working over a document while male graphic designer holding plastic container in background in office
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Waiter serving a cup of coffee to customer in café
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Woman holding disposable coffee cup while using laptop in café
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Woman talking on mobile phone in café
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Male and female graphic designers working together in office
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Man sitting at counter and using digital tablet while having coffee in café
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