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Person woman hand camera
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Camera Reflex camera Photographic equipment
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Display Monitor Screen
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New buddy
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Camera Photographic equipment Reflex camera
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Black and Gray Minolta Bridge Camera
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Snapshot Frame Black
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Person Holding Black Canon Dslr Camera Shallow Focus Photography
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Minolta Grey and Black Mcla on Grey Table
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SCULPTURES AT SALASPILS MEMORIAL
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Camera Photographic equipment Reflex camera
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Photographic equipment Camera Equipment
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Camera Photographic equipment Equipment
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Camera Reflex camera Photographic equipment
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Brainstorming camera camera lens canon
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Konika Minolta Silver Black Dslr Camera
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Naked body
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Monitor Screen Computer
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Minolta Silver and Black 35 Mm Camera
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Camera flea market old device photography
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Camera Equipment Television camera
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Black and white vintage camera canon
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Canon camera lens
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Happy man using virtual reality headset and playing video game at coffee shop
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Excited man using virtual reality headset in coffee shop
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Man using virtual reality headset and playing video
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Excited man using virtual reality headset in coffee shop
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Excited man using virtual reality headset in coffee shop
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Excited man using virtual reality headset in coffee shop
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Excited man using virtual reality headset and playing video game in coffee shop
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Happy man using virtual reality headset in coffee shop
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The Apollo 9 Command/Service Modules photographed from the Lunar Module,"Spider",on the fifth day of the Apollo 9 earth-orbital mission. Docking mechanism is visible in nose of the Command Module,"Gumdrop". Object jutting out from the Service Module aft bulkhead is the high-gain S-Band antenna. Film magazine was F, film type was SO-368 Ektachrome with 0.460 - 0.710 micrometers film / filter transmittance response and haze filter,80mm lens.
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Apollo 8,Farside of Moon. Image taken on Revolution 4. Camera Tilt Mode: Vertical Stereo. Sun Angle: 13. Original Film Magazine was labeled D. Camera Data: 70mm Hasselblad. Lens: 80mm; F-Stop: F/2.8; Shutter Speed: 1/250 second. Film Type: Kodak SO-3400 Black and White,ASA 40. Flight Date: December 21-27,1968.
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Oblique Earth Observation taken by the Apollo 9 crew. View is of California including: Sanata Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Cruz Islands, Santa Barbara Channel, Salton Sea and the Service Module (SM) Lunar Module (LM) adapter (S.L.A.) in the distance. Film magazine was A,film type was SO-368 Ektachrome with 0.460 - 0.710 micrometers film / filter transmittance response and haze filter, 80mm lens. Latitude was 32.55 N by Longitude 119.58 W, Altitude miles were 106 and cloud cover was 25%.
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Space Vacuum Epitaxy Center works with industry and government laboratories to develop advanced thin film materials and devices by utilizing the most abundant free resource in orbit: the vacuum of space. SVEC, along with its affiliates, is developing semiconductor mid-IR lasers for environmental sensing and defense applications, high efficiency solar cells for space satellite applications, oxide thin films for computer memory applications, and ultra-hard thin film coatings for wear resistance in micro devices. Performance of these vacuum deposited thin film materials and devices can be enhanced by using the ultra-vacuum of space for which SVEC has developed the Wake Shield Facility---a free flying research platform dedicated to thin film materials development in space.
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Apollo 8,Moon, Latitude 15 degrees South,Longitude 170 degrees West. Camera Tilt Mode: High Oblique. Direction: Southeast. Sun Angle 17 degrees. Original Film Magazine was labeled E. Camera Data: 70mm Hasselblad; F-Stop: F-5.6; Shutter Speed: 1/250 second. Film Type: Kodak SO-3400 Black and White,ASA 40. Other Photographic Coverage: Lunar Orbiter 1 (LO I) S-3. Flight Date: December 21-27,1968.
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   Apollo 8,Moon,Target of Opportunity (T/O) 10, Various targets. Latitude 18 degrees South,Longitude 163.50 degrees West. Camera Tilt Mode: High Oblique. Direction: South. Sun Angle 12 degrees. Original Film Magazine was labeled E. Camera Data: 70mm Hasselblad; F-Stop: F-5.6; Shutter Speed: 1/250 second. Film Type: Kodak SO-3400 Black and White,ASA 40. Other Photographic Coverage: Lunar Orbiter 1 (LO I) S-3. Flight Date: December 21-27,1968.
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STS051-34-028 (16 Sept. 1993) --- This unusual scene of Extravehicular Activity (EVA) was captured on 35mm film by one of the supportive in-cabin crew members. Astronaut James H. Newman, working on the Space Shuttle Discovery's starboard side, is nearer the camera, with astronaut Carl E. Walz traversing near the aft firewall and the Airborne Support Equipment (ASE).
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STS032-541-018 (12 Jan 1990) --- One of a number of frames photographed by the STS-32 crew as part of a detailed supplementary objective on documentary still photography.  The DSO was monitored by Astronaut Marsha S. Ivins, mission specialist.  STS032-541-018 Kodak Ektar 25 negative film.  35mm frame of LDEF suspended just over its resting place in cargo bay.  White clouds and blue ocean in foreground.
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STS057-89-067 (25 June 1993) --- Backdropped against the blackness of space, astronaut Peter J. K. (Jeff) Wisoff, stands on a mobile foot restraint on the end of the Space Shuttle Endeavour's Remote Manipulator System (RMS).  Astronauts Wisoff and G. David Low participated in a lengthy session of extravehicular activity (EVA) on the mission's fifth day in Earth-orbit.  This view was recorded on 70mm film with a handheld Hasselblad camera inside the Space Shuttle Endeavour's crew cabin.
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S83-30222 (4 April 1983) --- The second reusable spacecraft in history successfully launches from Launch Pad 39A at 1:30:00:88 p.m. (EST) on April 4, 1983, and heads for its history making five-day mission in Earth orbit. The space shuttle Challenger, its two solid rocket boosters (SRB), and a new lightweight?external fuel tank were captured on film by an automatically-tripped camera in a protected station nearer to the launch pad than human beings are able to be at launch time. Onboard the spacecraft are astronauts Paul J. Wietz, Karol J. Bobko, Dr. Story Musgrave and Donald H. Peterson. Photo credit: NASA
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S65-18741 (23 March 1965) --- Astronaut John W. Young took this picture during the Gemini-Titan 3 three-orbit mission as the spacecraft "Molly Brown" passed over Northern Mexico. The large light-brown area is the Sonoran Desert. The Colorado River runs from upper right to lower left. The lower portion of the picture is Mexico, the upper left is California, and the upper right is Arizona. The altitude of the spacecraft was 90 miles. Young used a hand-held modified 70mm Hasselblad camera with color film. The lens setting was 250th of a second at f/11.
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S65-34661 (3-7 June 1965) --- Among the photographs of Earth's terrain taken from the Gemini-4 spacecraft during its orbital mission was this view of the southeastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula with the Gulf of Oman at upper right. Seif dunes (sand) at lower left. This picture was taken with a modified 70mm Hasselblad camera, using Eastman color film, ASA 64 at a setting of 250th of a second at f/11. Dr. Paul Lowman Jr., NASA geologist, was in charge of the Synoptic Terrain Photography.
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Great Scott, This is Heavy!  You might see a DeLorean zipping around Greenbelt, Maryland, on Oct. 21, 2015, the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown arrive from 1985 in &quot;Back to the Future, Part II,&quot; but don't look for flaming tread marks in its wake.  The DeLorean DMC-12, commonly seen on the roads of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, is better known for the version that starred as a plutonium-powered time machine in the “Back to the Future” trilogy.  After some investigation, Goddard’s Office of Communications found the owner of the stainless steel, gull-winged, two-door coupe. Goddard software test engineer, Brendan Rebo bought the 1982 DeLorean off eBay about four and a half years ago. “The car attracts a lot more attention than I expected,” Rebo admitted. “I hear a lot of jokes about whether or not I’ve reached 88 miles per hour yet.”  As “Back to the Future” fans around the world celebrate today, Rebo also celebrates his birthday.  While the second film predicted technology, such as flying cars, that doesn’t yet exist, people can still marvel at the classic car and movie reference.  Credit: NASA/Goddard/Rebecca Roth  <b><a href="http://www.nasa.gov/audience/formedia/features/MP_Photo_Guidelines.html" rel="nofollow">NASA image use policy.</a></b>  <b><a href="http://www.nasa.gov/centers/goddard/home/index.html" rel="nofollow">NASA Goddard Space Flight Center</a></b> enables NASA’s mission through four scientific endeavors: Earth Science, Heliophysics, Solar System Exploration, and Astrophysics. Goddard plays a leading role in NASA’s accomplishments by contributing compelling scientific knowledge to advance the Agency’s mission.  <b>Follow us on <a href="http://twitter.com/NASAGoddardPix" rel="nofollow">Twitter</a></b>  <b>Like us on <a href="http://www.facebook.com/pages/Greenbelt-MD/NASA-Goddard/395013845897?ref=tsd" rel="nofollow">Facebook</a></b>  <b>Find us on <a href="http://instagrid.me/nasagoddard/?vm=grid" rel="nofollow">Instagram</a></b>
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