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N.Y., Long Island, Mrs. Robt. Hill, Gray Gardens, East Hampton, gen. view ESE

N.Y., Long Island, Mrs. Robt. Hill, Gray Gardens, East Hampton, gen. v...

Title from item. Inscribed in blue pencil on verso: For Vogue. See also a close variant of this image as hand-colored lantern slide, LC-J717-X100-7. Forms part of: Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --  On the launch pad, an overhead crane lifts a solid rocket booster to vertical for mating with the Delta II rocket that will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0394

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- On the launch pad, an overhead crane lifts ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- On the launch pad, an overhead crane lifts a solid rocket booster to vertical for mating with the Delta II rocket that will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of s... More

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - The gantry (left) on SLC-2 moves toward the first stage of the Delta II rocket, for mating with the second stage.   The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0402

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - The gantry (left) on SLC-2 moves toward the fi...

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - The gantry (left) on SLC-2 moves toward the first stage of the Delta II rocket, for mating with the second stage. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a seri... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --  The partially assembled Delta II rocket (right) and the gantry (left) wait for the rocket's second stage to be transported to the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0395

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The partially assembled Delta II rocket (ri...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The partially assembled Delta II rocket (right) and the gantry (left) wait for the rocket's second stage to be transported to the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite arrives at the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0406

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite arrives at the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a serie... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite is lifted up the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0407

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite is lifted up the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series of s... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite nears the top of the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0408

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite nears the top of the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --  The second stage of the Delta II rocket is ready to be raised to vertical for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0399

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The second stage of the Delta II rocket is ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The second stage of the Delta II rocket is ready to be raised to vertical for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Inside the gantry on the SLC-2 launch pad, the second stage of a Delta II rocket is lowered for mating with the first stage, below. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0404

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Inside the gantry on the SLC-2 launch pad, th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Inside the gantry on the SLC-2 launch pad, the second stage of a Delta II rocket is lowered for mating with the first stage, below. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua... More

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the gantry closes in on the Delta II rocket to enable mating of the second stage. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0403

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the gantry closes in ...

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the gantry closes in on the Delta II rocket to enable mating of the second stage. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spa... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the launch pad ready the second stage of the Delta II rocket for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0400

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the launch pad ready the second st...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the launch pad ready the second stage of the Delta II rocket for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one... More

160713-N-SF508-039 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 13, 2016)

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160713-N-SF508-039 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 13, 2016) — Sailors assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2 conduct convoy operations familiarization training as part of the EOD E... More

160713-N-SF508-068 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 13, 2016)

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160713-N-SF508-068 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 13, 2016) — Logistics Specialist 1st Class Rebeca Ollesh, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, observes her sector while conduc... More

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160713-N-SF508-130 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 13, 2016) — Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Chelsea Satchell, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, fires an M4 carbine... More

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160714-N-SF508-260 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 14, 2016) — Utilitiesman 1st Class Robert Brooke, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, fires an M9 pistol during weapons famili... More

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160715-N-SF508-290 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 15, 2016) — Machinist’s Mate 1st Class Tyler Robinson, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, holds security during convoy operat... More

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160719-N-SF508-322 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 19, 2016) — Construction Mechanic 2nd Class Brent Cliber, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, fires an M240 machine gun during... More

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160719-N-SF508-383 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 19, 2016) — Construction Mechanic 3rd Class Jacob Murphree, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, fires an M2 machine gun during... More

160719-N-SF508-322 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 19, 2016)

160719-N-SF508-322 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 19, 2016)

160719-N-SF508-322 BLACKSTONE, Va. (July 19, 2016) — Construction Mechanic 2nd Class Brent Cliber, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit (EODESU) 2, fires an M240 machine gun during... More