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[Surface and substrata layers of Roman road construction]

[Surface and substrata layers of Roman road construction]

Title devised by Library staff. Illus. in: Le antichità romane / opera di Giambatista Piranesi. Roma : Nella stamperia di A. Rotilj, 1756. Published in: The tradition of technology : Landmarks of Western techno... More

[Diagram of the first battery, which was made of alternating metal layers and saline-soaked leather pads, and proved electricity is caused by contact with dissimilar metals] / Basire, sc.

[Diagram of the first battery, which was made of alternating metal lay...

Illus. in: On the electricity excited by the mere contact of conducting substances ... / Alessandro Volta. In Royal Society of London. Philosophical transactions. v. 90, pt. 2. London : Printed by W. Bulmer ...... More

[Rear view of a man, full-length, standing, wearing several layers of clothing and a rounded-top conical hat, holding a long staff, possibly used for propelling boats or for knocking fruit and nuts from tall trees]

[Rear view of a man, full-length, standing, wearing several layers of ...

Title devised by Library staff. Attributed to a group of drawings referred to as the "Hokusai School sketchbook." Many of the drawings have a small tab of similar paper attached at a later date and numbered in ... More

[A man, sitting on the ground, is wearing several layers of clothing, a peaked cap, and sandals; three large disks topped with straw are on the ground in front, a long staff behind, and three fairies dance in the air overhead]

[A man, sitting on the ground, is wearing several layers of clothing, ...

Title devised by Library staff. Attributed to a group of drawings, formerly bound, referred to as the "Hokusai School sketchbook." Many of the drawings have a small tab of similar paper attached at a later date... More

[A man, facing left, wearing several layers of clothing, sitting with arms raised over his head, practicing yoga]

[A man, facing left, wearing several layers of clothing, sitting with ...

Title devised by Library staff. Attributed to a group of drawings, formerly bound, referred to as the "Hokusai School sketchbook." Many of the drawings have a small tab of similar paper attached at a later date... More

Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, 1906.

Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, 1906.

First known photograph of Delicate Arch. Photo by Flora Stanley, 1906. Arches National Park has the densest concentration of natural stone arches in the world! Over 2,000 arches are documented in the park, rang... More

The Slippery Stuff

The Slippery Stuff

There are various layers of sediment going on in these Badlands formations. One such layer is of volcanic ash from when the Rocky Mountains were forming, known as Bentonite Clay. When wet, the clay becomes a ve... More

Who's a Hoodoo?

Who's a Hoodoo?

Commonly found in sedimentary rock formations, such as the badlands, hoodoos are created when softer layers of rock erode at a faster rate than a layer higher up in a formation. Eventually, through wind and rai... More

Forming the Coast Range—Ranger Jen’s Oreo Demo

Forming the Coast Range—Ranger Jen’s Oreo Demo

Jennifer Natoli was a seasonal ranger at Redwood National and State Parks in California. In her version of the Oreo® cookie demonstration, the creamy filling is the layers of sediment and basalt on the ocean fl... More

The Slumping Effect

The Slumping Effect

Due to the nature of the geology, soft sedimentary rock, of the Badlands, occurrences such as "slumping" is rather common. This is where entire sections of the rock layers will shift and "slump" downward creati... More

Salvage. Wool reclamation. Layers of reclaimed wool and virgin wool are blended in an Eastern wool-reclamation plant. Here wools of different colors are laid in layers of the same thickness before being fed into a mixing picker. Experimentation and improved processing permit the use of up to eighty-five percent of reclaimed wool in new cloths, which, in quality and strength, compares favorably with virgin wool fabric

Salvage. Wool reclamation. Layers of reclaimed wool and virgin wool ar...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

AS15-89-12045 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of Station 9A, and layers in the west wall of the Rille.

AS15-89-12045 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of Station ...

The original database describes this as: Description: View of Station 9A, and layers in the west wall of the Rille. Image was taken during the Third Extravehicular Activity (EVA 3) of the Apollo 15 mission. Or... More

Range :  3.2 million km This image returned by Voyager 2 shows one of the long dark clouds observed in the North Equatorial Belt of Jupiter.  A high, white cloud is seen moving over the darker cloud, providing an indication of the structure of the cloud layers.  Thin white clouds are also seen within the dark cloud. ARC-1979-A79-7105

Range : 3.2 million km This image returned by Voyager 2 shows one of ...

Range : 3.2 million km This image returned by Voyager 2 shows one of the long dark clouds observed in the North Equatorial Belt of Jupiter. A high, white cloud is seen moving over the darker cloud, providing ... More

Range :  3.2 million km This image returned by Voyager 2 shows one of the long dark clouds observed in the North Equatorial Belt of Jupiter.  A high, white cloud is seen moving over the darker cloud, providing an indication of the structure of the cloud layers.  Thin white clouds are also seen within the dark cloud.  At right, blue areas, free of high clouds, are seen. ARC-1979-AC79-7105

Range : 3.2 million km This image returned by Voyager 2 shows one of ...

Range : 3.2 million km This image returned by Voyager 2 shows one of the long dark clouds observed in the North Equatorial Belt of Jupiter. A high, white cloud is seen moving over the darker cloud, providing ... More

P-21747 C Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is about 150 meters per second, is seen as a dark brown line from the left-hand edge to the right-hand corner of the picture. The wispy clouds of the north equatorial belt appear as shades of brown. The lower right-hand corner of the image shows the brighter (white) clouds of the equatorial region. A small blue area is apparent near the lower edge, which corresponds to a region free of the upper clouds, where it is possible to penetrate to cloud layers approximately 60 kilometers below the visible surface. ARC-1979-AC79-7081

P-21747 C Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovi...

P-21747 C Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is ... More

P-21747 BW Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is about 150 meters per second, is seen as a dark brown line from the left-hand edge to the right-hand corner of the picture. The wispy clouds of the north equatorial belt appear as shades of brown. The lower right-hand corner of the image shows the brighter (white) clouds of the equatorial region. A small blue area is apparent near the lower edge, which corresponds to a region free of the upper clouds, where it is possible to penetrate to cloud layers approximately 60 kilometers below the visible surface. ARC-1979-A79-7081

P-21747 BW Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jov...

P-21747 BW Range: 2,200,000 miles This image shows a region of the Jovian atmosphere from approximately 25° N to the equatorial region. The north temperate jet, at approximately 23° N, where the wind speed is... More

Nearby Mt Taylor is a good example of a Composite Volcano. It has long sloping sides that once led to a conical summit. This type of volcano is composed of layers of lava and ash.

Nearby Mt Taylor is a good example of a Composite Volcano. It has long...

Nearby Mt Taylor is a good example of a Composite Volcano. It has long sloping sides that once led to a conical summit. This type of volcano is composed of layers of lava and ash, like you would see in a layer cake.

Range :  12 million km. ( 7.56 million miles) P-23057C & BW This Voyager 1 photograph of Titan, the largest of Saturn's 14 known satellites, shows little more than the upper layers of clouds covering the moon. The orange colored haze, is believed to be composed of photochemically produced hydrocarbons, hides Titan's solid surface from Voyager's camera. Some weak shadings in the clouds are becoming visible. However, note that the satellite's southern, lower, hemisphere is brighter than the northern. It is not known whether these subtle shadings are on the surface or are due to clouds below a high haze layer. ARC-1980-AC80-7007

Range : 12 million km. ( 7.56 million miles) P-23057C & BW This Voyag...

Range : 12 million km. ( 7.56 million miles) P-23057C & BW This Voyager 1 photograph of Titan, the largest of Saturn's 14 known satellites, shows little more than the upper layers of clouds covering the moon. ... More

STS-41G earth observations

STS-41G earth observations

41G-34-036 (5-13 Oct 1984) --- When in space, Space Shuttle astronauts experience 18-dawns to every one on terra firma. The crew of NASA's STS-41G mission captured these spectacular colors just prior to passin... More

A soldier models the polyester fiber pile jacket and polyester batting trouser liner worn with other elements of the extended cold weather clothing system (ECWCS). The ECWCS has been designed by the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide environmental protection from minus 40 to 60 degrees above zero, easy adjustability of clothing layers, and a new principle of moisture management. Third in a series of five views

A soldier models the polyester fiber pile jacket and polyester batting...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: State: Massachusetts (MA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military S... More

A soldier models the polypropylene underwear worn under other elements of the extended cold weather clothing system (ECWCS). The ECWCS has been designed by the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide environmental protection from minus 40 to 60 degrees above zero, easy adjustability of clothing layers, and a new principle of moisture management

A soldier models the polypropylene underwear worn under other elements...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: State: Massachusetts (MA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military S... More

A soldier models the polyester batting jacket liner and field trousers worn with other elements of the extended cold weather clothing system (ECWCS). The ECWCS has been designed by the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide environmental protection from minus 40 to 60 degrees above zero, easy adjustability of clothing layers, and a new principle of moisture management. Fourth in a series of five views

A soldier models the polyester batting jacket liner and field trousers...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: State: Massachusetts (MA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military S... More

A soldier models the camouflage printed moisture vapor permeable laminate outer garments worn over other elements of the extended cold weather clothing system (ECWCS). The ECWCS has been designed by the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide environmental protection from minus 40 to 60 degrees above zero, easy adjustability of clothing layers, and a new principle of moisture management. Fifth in a series of five views

A soldier models the camouflage printed moisture vapor permeable lamin...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: State: Massachusetts (MA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military S... More

A soldier models the polyester bib overall worn over polypropylene underwear and under other elements of the extended cold weather clothing system (ECWCS). The ECWCS has been designed by the U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide environmental protection from minus 40 to 60 degrees above zero, easy adjustability of clothing layers, and a new principle of moisture management. Second in a series of five views

A soldier models the polyester bib overall worn over polypropylene und...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: State: Massachusetts (MA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military S... More

A sunrise over the Gulf of Mexico is sandwiched between two layers of clouds pushed by the advancing Hurricane Gilbert, as seen from a WC-130H Hercules aircraft from the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron

A sunrise over the Gulf of Mexico is sandwiched between two layers of ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Gulf Of Mexico Scene Camera Operator: TECH. SGT. Kit Thompson Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

A front view of a Soviet T-80 main battle tank clearly showing the shingle-like layers of reactive armor with which the tank is outfitted

A front view of a Soviet T-80 main battle tank clearly showing the shi...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

Illustration Origin of Life, Chemical Evolution on Mars: Mars Evolution Layers ARC-1969-AC90-0151-4

Illustration Origin of Life, Chemical Evolution on Mars: Mars Evolutio...

Illustration Origin of Life, Chemical Evolution on Mars: Mars Evolution Layers

S46-105-034 - STS-046 - STS-46 Earth observation of the Earth's limb at sunrise

S46-105-034 - STS-046 - STS-46 Earth observation of the Earth's limb a...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: STS-46's Earth observation taken aboard Atlantis, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 104, is of the Earth's limb near sunrise at an Orbiter altitude of 128 nautical m... More

Art By: Don Davis Artist's concept of a catastrophic asteroid impact with the Earth Super-impacts (shown here) on the early Earth 3.5 billion years ago, may have wiped out life completely more than once.  Medium impacts would have vaporized upper ocean layers destroying origin-of-life process.  Some life may have survived at med-ocean ridges under thousands of feet of water.   Revised history for the origin-of -life on Earth has been devoloped from new findings about the frequency and sizes of colossal impacts on our planet.  The work was done by Bern Oberbeck and Dr. Kevin Azhnle. of NASA's Ames Research Center. ARC-1991-AC91-0193

Art By: Don Davis Artist's concept of a catastrophic asteroid impact w...

Art By: Don Davis Artist's concept of a catastrophic asteroid impact with the Earth Super-impacts (shown here) on the early Earth 3.5 billion years ago, may have wiped out life completely more than once. Mediu... More

STS-39 Earth observation of Earth's limb at sunset shows atmospheric layers

STS-39 Earth observation of Earth's limb at sunset shows atmospheric l...

STS039-610-037 (28 April-6 May 1991) --- Numerous atmospheric scattering layers over Earth are apparent in this frame. The layers consist of fine particles suspended in very stable layers of the atmosphere. T... More

Operation Support Democracy, Amphibious assault craft (AAC) storm the beach at Vieques Island with smoke layers masking the landing force behind them. The exercise is taking place to maintain operational readiness in preparation for the invasion of Haiti. A tank landing ship (LST) is partially hidden in the background

Operation Support Democracy, Amphibious assault craft (AAC) storm the ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: SUPPORT DEMOCRACY State: Caribbean Sea Country: Puerto Rico (PRI) Scene Camera Operator: LT Scott Gureck Release Status: Rel... More

Death Valley Scenic Byway - Layers of Rock in the Narrows of Mosaic Canyon

Death Valley Scenic Byway - Layers of Rock in the Narrows of Mosaic Ca...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Layers of earth and sediments comprise the stripey walls of Mosaic Canyon. Location: California Status: Public domain. Photo from Nati... More

41B-03-090 - STS-41B - View of faint sunset layers of blue and red after the sun has set

41B-03-090 - STS-41B - View of faint sunset layers of blue and red aft...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: View of faint sunset layers of blue and red after the sun has set. Alternate numbering (order negatives by S-number): S90-25051 (41B-03-090) Subject Te... More

Death Valley Scenic Byway - Red Cathedral and Surrounding Golden Canyon

Death Valley Scenic Byway - Red Cathedral and Surrounding Golden Canyo...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Layers and layers of rock lead to the distant Red Cathedral, shown on the right. Location: California Status: Public domain. Photo fro... More

Scenic Byway 12 - Layers of Rock in Willis Canyon

Scenic Byway 12 - Layers of Rock in Willis Canyon

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Gray and yellow bands of rock form the sides of Willis Canyon. Location: Utah (37.658° N 111.419° W) Status: Public domain. Photo by D... More

Death Valley Scenic Byway - Rock Layers of Mosaic Canyon

Death Valley Scenic Byway - Rock Layers of Mosaic Canyon

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: Stratum of sediments and minerals make up the fascinating geology of Mosaic Canyon. Location: California Status: Public domain. Photo ... More

Library of Environmental Images, Office of Research and Development (ORD), September 1996 - Environmental Technology - Scientist at computer analyzing multiple layers of data

Library of Environmental Images, Office of Research and Development (O...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Keywords: Computer workstation, data analysis Credit: U.S. EPA Digital Photographs Relating to the Environment

Cloud Layers Southeast of the Great Red Spot

Cloud Layers Southeast of the Great Red Spot

This view of the region just to the Southeast of the Great Red Spot was taken by NASA Voyager 1 on March 4, 1979 at a distance of 1,100,000 miles 1,800,000 km. http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA00017 NASA/JPL

Cloud Layers East of the Great Red Spot

Cloud Layers East of the Great Red Spot

This color view of the region just to the East of the Great Red Spot was taken by NASA Voyager 1 on March 4, 1979 at a distance of 1,000,000 miles 1,800,000 km. http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA00019 NASA/JPL

Butterfly Nebula

Butterfly Nebula

(March 6, 1997) The Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) is back at work, capturing this image of the "butterfly wing"- shaped nebula, NGC 2346. The nebula is about 2,000 light-yea... More

Artwork SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) in flight morning sky with logo in layers photoshop file ARC-1997-ACD96-0402-1

Artwork SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) in fl...

Artwork SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) in flight morning sky with logo in layers photoshop file

Layers within the Valles Marineris: Clues to the Ancient Crust of Mars

Layers within the Valles Marineris: Clues to the Ancient Crust of Mars

Layers within the Valles Marineris: Clues to the Ancient Crust of Mars NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Layers within the Valles Marineris: Clues to the Ancient Crust of Mars - High Resolution Image

Layers within the Valles Marineris: Clues to the Ancient Crust of Mars...

Layers within the Valles Marineris: Clues to the Ancient Crust of Mars - High Resolution Image NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Mars Tyrrhena Patera, NASA Viking Images

Mars Tyrrhena Patera, NASA Viking Images

A color image of the Tyrrhena Patera Region of Mars; north toward top. The scene shows a central circular depression surrounded by circular fractures and highly dissected horizontal sheets. A patera (Latin for ... More

Hubble Captures Detailed Image of Uranus Atmosphere

Hubble Captures Detailed Image of Uranus Atmosphere

NASA Hubble Space Telescope peered deep into Uranus atmosphere to see clear and hazy layers created by a mixture of gases. Using infrared filters, Hubble captured detailed features of three layers of Uranus atm... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft is suspended above the payload canister in the Multi-Payload Processing Facility at KSC. Spartan is one of the payloads for the STS-95 mission, scheduled to launch Oct. 29. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. The objective of the observations is to investigate the mechanisms causing the heating of the solar corona and the acceleration of the solar wind which originates in the corona. Other research payloads include the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, and the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process KSC-98pc1132

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable s...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft is suspended above the payload canister in the Multi-Payload Processing Facility at KSC. Spartan is one of the payloads for the ST... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft is placed inside the payload canister in the Multi-Payload Processing Facility at KSC. Spartan is one of the payloads for the STS-95 mission, scheduled to launch Oct. 29. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. The objective of the observations is to investigate the mechanisms causing the heating of the solar corona and the acceleration of the solar wind which originates in the corona. Other research payloads include the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, and the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process KSC-98pc1133

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable s...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft is placed inside the payload canister in the Multi-Payload Processing Facility at KSC. Spartan is one of the payloads for the STS-... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft is lifted from its work stand to move it to a payload canister in the Multi-Payload Processing Facility at KSC. Spartan is one of the payloads for the STS-95 mission, scheduled to launch Oct. 29. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. The objective of the observations is to investigate the mechanisms causing the heating of the solar corona and the acceleration of the solar wind which originates in the corona. Other research payloads include the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, and the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process KSC-98pc1131

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable s...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft is lifted from its work stand to move it to a payload canister in the Multi-Payload Processing Facility at KSC. Spartan is one of ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) in the Rotating Service Structure (RSS) at Launch Pad 39-B, technicians in clean suits and tethers prepare to move the payloads for mission STS-95 through the open doors of the payload bay (right) of Space Shuttle Discovery. At the top of the RSS is the Spacehab module; below it are the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbiting Systems Test Platform (HOST), and International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker (IEH-3). The PCR is an environmentally controlled facility with seals around the mating surface that fit against the orbiter or payload canister and permit the payload bay or canister doors to be opened and cargo removed without exposing it to outside air and contaminants. Payloads are installed vertically in the orbiter using the extendable payload ground handling mechanism. Fixed and extendable work platforms provide work access in the PCR. The SPACEHAB single module involves experiments on space flight and the aging process. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. HOST carries four experiments to validate components planned for installation during the third Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and to evaluate new technologies in an Earth-orbiting environment. IEH-3 comprises several experiments that will study the Jovian planetary system, hot stars, planetary and reflection nebulae, other stellar objects and their environments through remote observation of EUV/FUV emissions; study spacecraft interactions, Shuttle glow, thruster firings, and contamination; and measure the solar constant and identify variations in the value during a solar cycle. Mission STS-95 is scheduled to launch Oct. 29, 1998 KSC-98pc1183

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) in the Rotating Service Structure (RSS) at Launch Pad 39-B, technicians in clean suits and tethers prepare to move the payloads for mission ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) in the Rotating Service Structure (RSS) at Launch Pad 39-B, technicians in clean suits move the payloads for mission STS-95 to the payload bay of Space Shuttle Discovery. At the top of the RSS is the Spacehab module; below it are the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbiting Systems Test Platform (HOST), and the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker (IEH-3). The PCR is an environmentally controlled facility with seals around the mating surface that fit against the orbiter or payload canister and permit the payload bay or canister doors to be opened and cargo removed without exposing it to outside air and contaminants. Payloads are installed vertically in the orbiter using the extendable payload ground handling mechanism. Fixed and extendable work platforms provide work access in the PCR. The SPACEHAB single module involves experiments on space flight and the aging process. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. HOST carries four experiments to validate components planned for installation during the third Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and to evaluate new technologies in an Earth-orbiting environment. IEH-3 comprises several experiments that will study the Jovian planetary system, hot stars, planetary and reflection nebulae, other stellar objects and their environments through remote observation of EUV/FUV emissions; study spacecraft interactions, Shuttle glow, thruster firings, and contamination; and measure the solar constant and identify variations in the value during a solar cycle. Mission STS-95 is scheduled to launch Oct. 29, 1998 KSC-98pc1185

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) in the Rotating Service Structure (RSS) at Launch Pad 39-B, technicians in clean suits move the payloads for mission STS-95 to the payload b... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER,FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) in the Rotating Service Structure (RSS) at Launch Pad 39-B, technicians in clean suits and tethers prepare to move the payloads for mission STS-95 through the open doors of the payload bay (left) of Space Shuttle Discovery. At the top of the RSS is the Spacehab module; below it are the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbiting Systems Test Platform (HOST), and the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker (IEH-3). The PCR is an environmentally controlled facility with seals around the mating surface that fit against the orbiter or payload canister and permit the payload bay or canister doors to be opened and cargo removed without exposing it to outside air and contaminants. Payloads are installed vertically in the orbiter using the extendable payload ground handling mechanism. Fixed and extendable work platforms provide work access in the PCR. The SPACEHAB single module involves experiments on space flight and the aging process. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. HOST carries four experiments to validate components planned for installation during the third Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and to evaluate new technologies in an Earth-orbiting environment. IEH-3 comprises several experiments that will study the Jovian planetary system, hot stars, planetary and reflection nebulae, other stellar objects and their environments through remote observation of EUV/FUV emissions; study spacecraft interactions, Shuttle glow, thruster firings, and contamination; and measure the solar constant and identify variations in the value during a solar cycle. Mission STS-95 is scheduled to launch Oct. 29, 1998 KSC-98pc1184

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER,FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) i...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER,FLA. -- Inside the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) in the Rotating Service Structure (RSS) at Launch Pad 39-B, technicians in clean suits and tethers prepare to move the payloads for mission S... More

The open doors of the payload bay on Space Shuttle Discovery await the transfer of four of the payloads on mission STS-95: the SPACEHAB single module, Spartan, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbiting Systems Test Platform (HOST), and the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker (IEH-3). At the top of bay are the airlock (used for depressurization and repressurization during extravehicular activity and transfer to Mir) and the tunnel adapter (enables the flight crew members to transfer from the pressurized middeck crew compartment to Spacelab's pressurized shirt-sleeve environment). SPACEHAB involves experiments on space flight and the aging process. Spartan is a solar physics spacecraft designed to perform remote sensing of the hot outer layers of the sun's atmosphere or corona. HOST carries four experiments to validate components planned for installation during the third Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and to evaluate new technologies in an Earth-orbiting environment. IEH-3 comprises several experiments that will study the Jovian planetary system, hot stars, planetary and reflection nebulae, other stellar objects and their environments through remote observation of EUV/FUV emissions; study spacecraft interactions, Shuttle glow, thruster firings, and contamination; and measure the solar constant and identify variations in the value during a solar cycle. Discovery is scheduled to launch on Oct. 29, 1998 KSC-98pc1186

The open doors of the payload bay on Space Shuttle Discovery await the...

The open doors of the payload bay on Space Shuttle Discovery await the transfer of four of the payloads on mission STS-95: the SPACEHAB single module, Spartan, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbiting Systems Test P... More

using a needle gun to removes layers of paint

using a needle gun to removes layers of paint

Aboard USS John F. Kennedy Aerographer's Mate 3rd Class Rebecca A. Flowers uses a needle gun to removes layers of paint, during painting and preservation efforts aboard ship. Kennedy is undergoing a $250 milli... More

Gradual Contact Between North Polar Ice and Layers

Gradual Contact Between North Polar Ice and Layers

Gradual Contact Between North Polar Ice and Layers NASA/JPL/MSSS

Layers of the South Polar Layered Deposits

Layers of the South Polar Layered Deposits

Layers of the South Polar Layered Deposits NASA/JPL/MSSS

Layers and Boulders in Crater Wall, Nepenthes Mensae Region

Layers and Boulders in Crater Wall, Nepenthes Mensae Region

Layers and Boulders in Crater Wall, Nepenthes Mensae Region NASA/JPL/MSSS

Layers and a Dust Devil in Melas Chasma

Layers and a Dust Devil in Melas Chasma

Layers and a Dust Devil in Melas Chasma NASA/JPL/MSSS

Layers of Cratered Highland Bedrock Exposed in Amenthes Slope

Layers of Cratered Highland Bedrock Exposed in Amenthes Slope

Layers of Cratered Highland Bedrock Exposed in Amenthes Slope NASA/JPL/MSSS

Western Candor Chasma - Layers Exposed near the Middle

Western Candor Chasma - Layers Exposed near the Middle

Western Candor Chasma - Layers Exposed near the Middle NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems

Layers in Cratered Highland Crust Exposed by Tagus Vallis

Layers in Cratered Highland Crust Exposed by Tagus Vallis

Layers in Cratered Highland Crust Exposed by Tagus Vallis NASA/JPL/MSSS

North Polar Cap Layers and Frost on the First Day of Summer

North Polar Cap Layers and Frost on the First Day of Summer

North Polar Cap Layers and Frost on the First Day of Summer NASA/JPL/MSSS

Spectacular Layers Exposed in Becquerel Crater

Spectacular Layers Exposed in Becquerel Crater

Spectacular Layers Exposed in Becquerel Crater NASA/JPL/MSSS

AIRMAN First Class Jennifer Lusk, a Weather Observer with the 48th Operations Support Squadron, 48th Fighter Wing, checks the control panel on the deployable TMQ-53 TACMET Weather Station at RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom. Lusk uses the system to verify cloud layers and information gathered is passed to weather forecasters to determine the latest weather conditions, which is briefed to pilots

AIRMAN First Class Jennifer Lusk, a Weather Observer with the 48th Ope...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Raf Lakenheath State: East Anglia Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Major Command Shown: 48th Fighter Wing, USAFE Scene Camera Operat... More

AIRMAN First Class Jennifer Lusk, a Weather Observer with the 48th Operations Support Squadron, 48th Fighter Wing, checks the control panel on the deployable TMQ-53 TACMET Weather Station at RAF Lakenheath, United Kingdom. Lusk uses the system to help verify cloud layers. The information gathered is then passed on to weather forecasters to determine the latest weather conditions, which is briefed to pilots

AIRMAN First Class Jennifer Lusk, a Weather Observer with the 48th Ope...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Raf Lakenheath State: East Anglia Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Major Command Shown: 48th Fighter Wing, USAFE Scene Camera Operat... More

MGS MOC Extended Mission View of North Polar Layers

MGS MOC Extended Mission View of North Polar Layers

MGS MOC Extended Mission View of North Polar Layers NASA/JPL/MSSS

Gullies and Layers in Crater Wall in Newton

Gullies and Layers in Crater Wall in Newton

Gullies and Layers in Crater Wall in Newton NASA/JPL/MSSS

Erosion of North Polar Layers and Genesis of nearby Sand Dunes

Erosion of North Polar Layers and Genesis of nearby Sand Dunes

Erosion of North Polar Layers and Genesis of nearby Sand Dunes NASA/JPL/MSSS

Mars Surface Layers in Infrared

Mars Surface Layers in Infrared

Infrared imaging from NASA Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows signs of layering exposed at the surface in a region of Mars called Terra Meridiani. NASA/JPL/Arizona State University

Mars Surface Layers in Infrared

Mars Surface Layers in Infrared

This image from NASA Mars Odyssey spacecraft shows signs of layering exposed at the surface in a region of Mars called Terra Meridiani. The brightness levels show daytime surface temperatures. NASA/JPL/Arizona ... More

Marshall Neeck 2003

Marshall Neeck 2003

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