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Columbus propounding his theory of a New World

Columbus propounding his theory of a New World

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W.P.A. Federal Music Project offers the following courses for adults - piano, voice, violin, cello, ear training, theory, [and] ensemble appreciation at the Chelsea Community Music Center

W.P.A. Federal Music Project offers the following courses for adults -...

Poster for Federal Music Project instruction in music for children and adults at the Chelsea Community Music Center, 435 Ninth Ave., New York City. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (Library of Congress).

Flooding - Mauston, Wis. , November 8, 2010 -- November 8, 2010, Mauston, WI- Jim Roche, center, Deputy Public Assistance lead, conducts a kickoff  meeting with Juneau County officials. The kickoff  meeting is  the second step in the Public  Assistance process, where theory and  speculation produce numbers and facts.  Photo by Ed Edahl/FEMA

Flooding - Mauston, Wis. , November 8, 2010 -- November 8, 2010, Maust...

The original database describes this as: Title: DR-1944-WI Production Date: 11/08/2010 Caption: Mauston, Wis. , November 8, 2010 -- November 8, 2010, Mauston, WI- Jim Roche, center, Deputy Public Assistance ... More

Blackboard with following text: "Alvarez theory proving machine would not work, time 8:30 pm; 32 MEV beam [achieved] at 2:40 am." Photograph taken October 16, 1947. LINAC-515. See also 434-LB-5-XBD9511-05317.BIM with Seaborg caption added

Blackboard with following text: "Alvarez theory proving machine would ...

Digital Preservation File Name and Format: 434-LB-5-XBD201209-01045.TIF Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, a balloon gently lifts the solar array panel to be installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility o...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, a balloon gently lifts the solar array panel to be installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft. Installi... More

US Navy (USN) Commander (CMDR) Gregory Dawson (foreground left), Commanding Officer (CO), Naval Submarine Torpedo Facility, Yorktown, Virginia (VA), poses from a photograph with USN PETTY Officer First Class (PO1) Jeremy Elmore, Torpedo Training Center online lead Instructor, after presenting him with a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, recognizing his outstanding achievement and performance as lead instructor. The program is the first self-paced electronic course for the MK 48 Heavyweight Torpedo Program, where USN Sailors learn theory, knowledge and maintenance skill procedures for the MK 48 ADCAP (advance capability) torpedo at the center

US Navy (USN) Commander (CMDR) Gregory Dawson (foreground left), Comma...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Yorktown State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: LISN Santos Huante, USN Release Status: Released to... More

Public domain stock image. Workshop training seminar, business finance.
Oliver H. P. Parker to Abraham Lincoln, September 1860  (Slave Power conspiracy theory)
VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base attach a solar array panel on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing fac...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base attach a solar array panel on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft. Installing each array is a 3-day pro... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  Logos identify the mission of this Delta II rocket that will launch the Gravity Probe B experiment, developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.   The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects. The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Logos identify the mission of this Delta II ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Logos identify the mission of this Delta II rocket that will launch the Gravity Probe B experiment, developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight C... More

A man standing in front of a blackboard with coaching written on it. Speakers speaker training, education.

A man standing in front of a blackboard with coaching written on it. S...

A man in a suit stands in front of a blackboard with the words coaching written on it / A man standing in front of a blackboard with coaching written on it / Public domain stock illustration.

A woman is holding her hands up in the air. Education woman girl, education.

A woman is holding her hands up in the air. Education woman girl, educ...

A woman with her hands outstretched and a sign that says training, teaching, learning, and knowledge / A woman is holding her hands up in the air / Public domain stock illustration.

A person sitting in a chair reading a newspaper. Teacher teach learn, education.

A person sitting in a chair reading a newspaper. Teacher teach learn, ...

3d person sitting on a chair reading a newspaper / A person sitting in a chair reading a newspaper / Public domain stock illustration.

Public domain stock image. Teacher mentor coach, education.
A man in a suit writing enjoy success. Man suit leave.

A man in a suit writing enjoy success. Man suit leave.

Innovation image. Free images about innovations. Use free pictures of innovations without any copyright restrictions.

A silhouette of a man in a suit and tie standing in front of the word training. Teacher mentor coach, education.

A silhouette of a man in a suit and tie standing in front of the word ...

A man with a business suit is holding a sign that says training / A silhouette of a man in a suit and tie standing in front of the word training / Public domain stock illustration.

The  art of dancing its theory and practice
The  art of dancing its theory and practice
Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial: Unidentified man in front of auto dealership, Dayton, Tennessee.

Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial: Unidentified man in front of auto d...

Description: Taken the month before the Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial. June 1925..Creator/Photographer: Watson Davis..Medium: Black and white photographic print..Dimensions: 4.25 in x 3 in..Culture: Americ... More

W.P.A. Federal Music Project offers instruction in piano, voice, violin, cello, theory [...] Lectures and concerts for children and adults at Christodora House : Registration every Monday through Thursday : Free to the public.

W.P.A. Federal Music Project offers instruction in piano, voice, violi...

Poster for free Federal Music Project lectures, concerts, and instruction in music for children and adults at the Christodora House, 147 Avenue B, New York City. Work Projects Administration Poster Collection (... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -   The first stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The first stage of the Delta II launch vehi...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The first stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. T... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- At the Astronaut Hall of Fame near the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, fifth- through eighth-grade students and their parents listen to a presentation about the theory of flight during the last NASA family education night event. Other activities included "gee-whiz" presentations, astronaut appearances, a hovercraft, vortex cannon and alternative fuel vehicles, which promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.      The event is part of NASA's Summer of Innovation initiative to provide interactive learning experiences to middle school students nationwide during the summer months. The program is a cornerstone of the Educate to Innovate campaign announced by President Barack Obama in November 2009. Photo credit: NASA/Charisse Nahser KSC-2010-4522

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- At the Astronaut Hall of Fame near the Kennedy...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- At the Astronaut Hall of Fame near the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, fifth- through eighth-grade students and their parents listen to a presentation about the theory o... More

A man in a suit writing technology with a marker. Businessman technology leave, science technology.

A man in a suit writing technology with a marker. Businessman technolo...

A person writing the word technology on a transparent wipe board / A man in a suit writing technology with a marker / Public domain stock illustration.

The words marketing, marketing, marketing, marketing, marketing. Font color colorful, business finance.

The words marketing, marketing, marketing, marketing, marketing. Font ...

The word marketing in colorful letters. the word marketing in colorful letters on a red background stock illustration / The words marketing, marketing, marketing, marketing, marketing / Public domain stock illustration.

A computer generated image of a bunch of objects. Quantum computer organic, computer communication.

A computer generated image of a bunch of objects. Quantum computer org...

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A green street sign that says marketing strategy. Traffic sign note directory, business finance.

A green street sign that says marketing strategy. Traffic sign note di...

A green and white street sign with the words marketing strategy / A green street sign that says marketing strategy / Public domain stock illustration.

Many different types of words on a black background. Seminar coach tutor, business finance.

Many different types of words on a black background. Seminar coach tut...

The word ` coach is a visual representation of the word ` coach / Many different types of words on a black background / Public domain stock illustration.

Virginia - a scene in the streets of Richmond - the Darwinian theory illustrated - a case of natural selection / from a sketch by W.L. Sheppard.

Virginia - a scene in the streets of Richmond - the Darwinian theory i...

Organ grinder's monkey grabbing head of an African American boy. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v. 34, 1872 April 27, p. 97.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base prepare to rotate the framework containing one of four solar panels to be installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing fac...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base prepare to rotate the framework containing one of four solar panels to be installed on the Gravity ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -   A worker in the spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base checks the Gravity Probe B experiment during prelaunch testing.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.   The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - A worker in the spacecraft processing facil...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - A worker in the spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base checks the Gravity Probe B experiment during prelaunch testing. The Gravity Probe B will launch a pa... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted off the transporter after its arrival on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehic...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted off the transporter after its arrival on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  Viewed from inside, the second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.   Behind it is the first stage of the Delta II.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Viewed from inside, the second stage of the ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Viewed from inside, the second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air F... More

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Anna Wiese, Videographer, 30th Space Communication Squadron (SCS), monitors the launch of the Gravity Probe B aboard a Boeing Delta II from Vandenberg Air Force Base (AFB), California (CA). The Gravity Probe B was proposed 45 years ago to test Einstein's theory of time and space

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Anna Wiese, Videographer,...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Vandenberg Air Force Base State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Laura R. Mcfarlane, USAF Rel... More

Public domain stock image. Vintage man theory.
Public domain stock image. Tutor coach teacher, business finance.
A diagram of the structure of a star system. Universe space expansion.

A diagram of the structure of a star system. Universe space expansion.

Free images of Universe. Download Universe art and posters. Use free Universe pictures without any copyright restrictions.

A man in a suit writing education with a marker. Man suit leave.

A man in a suit writing education with a marker. Man suit leave.

A man in a suit writing the word education on a glass board / A man in a suit writing education with a marker / Public domain stock illustration.

The  art of dancing its theory and practice
A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening

A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening

Public domain reproduction of a relief art print, 18th-19th century, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Austin Hall, Radio Instruction Hall for operating and theory classes

Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - Austin Hall, Radio In...

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VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base prepare for the installation of solar array panel 3 on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing fac...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base prepare for the installation of solar array panel 3 on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft. Installing ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, workers stand by as the balloon at right is released to lift the solar array panel into position for installation on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility o...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, workers stand by as the balloon at right is released to lift the solar array panel into position for inst... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base attach supports to a solar array panel to be lifted and  installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing fac...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base attach supports to a solar array panel to be lifted and installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraf... More

An Eglin Test F-16 aircraft carries an EDGE-equipped GBU-15 bomb. EDGE is an acronym for Exploitation of Differential GPS for Guidance Enhancement. Once released from the jet, the bomb will use the corrected information and automatically adjust its path to the target, in theory, making a direct hit

An Eglin Test F-16 aircraft carries an EDGE-equipped GBU-15 bomb. EDGE...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Eglin Air Force Base State: Florida (FL) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Cindy Farmer Release Status: Released to... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., rolls back from the Delta II rocket that will launch the Gravity Probe B experiment.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The mobile service tower on Space Launch Com...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., rolls back from the Delta II rocket that will launch the Gravity Probe B experiment. The Gravity... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The first stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment arrives at Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The first stage of the Delta II launch vehic...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The first stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment arrives at Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The Gravity Probe B will launch ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -   The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is moved into the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., where it will be mated with the second stage.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehic...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is moved into the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., w... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is  prepared for lifting up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  It will enclose the second stage.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicl...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is prepared for lifting up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Ba... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the mobile service tower at Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., check the Delta II rocket’s second stage as it is mated with the first stage. The Delta II is the launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment, developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.   The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects. The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the mobile service tower at Space ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the mobile service tower at Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., check the Delta II rocket’s second stage as it is mated with the first stage. The Delta... More

US Navy (USN) Commander (CMDR) Erick Campbell (foreground), Assistant Program Manager, Fleet Readiness, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), receives instruction from USN PETTY Officer First Class (PO1) Charles Jackson, a Torpedo Training Center Instructor, on the new self-paced electronic course for the MK 48 Heavyweight Torpedo Program. The Training Center's program is the first course where USN Sailors learn theory, knowledge and maintenance skill procedures for the MK 48 ADCAP (advance capability) torpedo at the center

US Navy (USN) Commander (CMDR) Erick Campbell (foreground), Assistant ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Yorktown State: Virginia (VA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: LISN Santos Huante, USN Release Status: Released to... More

A person pointing to a white board with the word teaching written on it. Teacher teach learn, education.

A person pointing to a white board with the word teaching written on i...

A person pointing to a board with the word teaching written on it / A person pointing to a white board with the word teaching written on it / Public domain stock illustration.

A woman standing in front of a blue background with words. Education woman girl, education.

A woman standing in front of a blue background with words. Education w...

A woman with her hands open and a business plan above her / A woman standing in front of a blue background with words / Public domain stock illustration.

A hand holding a magnifying glass with the word strategy underneath it. Hand magnifying glass investigation, business finance.

A hand holding a magnifying glass with the word strategy underneath it...

A magnifying glass with the word strategy under it / A hand holding a magnifying glass with the word strategy underneath it / Public domain stock illustration.

A man in a suit writing the year 2013. Businessman leave new year's day, business finance.

A man in a suit writing the year 2013. Businessman leave new year's da...

A man is writing 2016 on a screen. A person writing 2016 on a glass board. Public domain stock photo.

A silhouette of a person holding a cell phone. Teacher mentor coach, business finance.

A silhouette of a person holding a cell phone. Teacher mentor coach, b...

A silhouette of a person standing in front of a group of people / A silhouette of a person holding a cell phone / Public domain stock illustration.

A man in a suit standing in front of a group of people. Speakers speaker training, business finance.

A man in a suit standing in front of a group of people. Speakers speak...

A woman in a blue suit stands behind a podium with her hands on her hips / A man in a suit standing in front of a group of people / Public domain stock illustration.

The  art of dancing its theory and practice
The socialists' theory, and how it would work out / J.S. Pughe.

The socialists' theory, and how it would work out / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows Uncle Sam, on the left, giving a bag of money to a man labeled "Socialist" and a bag of money to a man labeled "Businessman", he tells them "Gentlemen, I have divided the wealth of the country equal... More

The four freedoms. No government censor passes on what may appear in these publications. Crowded newstands such as these, with journals representing every political party and every social theory are possible only in a democracy, where there is freedom of speech and of the press

The four freedoms. No government censor passes on what may appear in t...

Picryl description: Public domain image of a political campaign, politician, meeting, 1930s, mid-20th-century United States, free to use, no copyright restrictions.

New evidence for the "eight-fold way theory of strong interaction. From left to right: Sheldon Glashow, George Kalbfleisch, and Arthur Rosenfeld. Blackboard notation shows how newly discovered particle, Y*-1, fits into an unfilled octet of the "eight-fold way," taken January 4, 1963. Morgue 1963-1 (P-5) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

New evidence for the "eight-fold way theory of strong interaction. Fro...

Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, workers prepare to attach the top of a solar array panel onto the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility o...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, workers prepare to attach the top of a solar array panel onto the Gravity Probe B spacecraft. Installing... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment arrives at the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehi...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment arrives at the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehi...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. T... More

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Miscegenation; the theory of the blending of the races, applied to the American white man and negro.

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Attributed by Sabin, in his Dictionary, to D. G. Croty, George Wakeman, and E. C. Howell. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

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Colleges and Universities - Harvard University - U.S. Naval Radio School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.  Studying the theory of wireless in the radio room

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VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -   In the spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, the Gravity Probe B experiment sits on an assembly and test stand where it has been subject to various prelaunch testing.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.   The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the spacecraft processing facility on No...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, the Gravity Probe B experiment sits on an assembly and test stand where it has been subject to various prelau... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  It will enclose the second stage.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicl...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. It ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  Viewed from inside, the second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.   The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Viewed from inside, the second stage of the ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Viewed from inside, the second stage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is lifted up the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air F... More

A NASA remote-controlled model motorized sailplane lies over Rogers Dry Lake to test the theory that catching heat thermals extends flight time for small UAVs. EC05-0198-08

A NASA remote-controlled model motorized sailplane lies over Rogers Dr...

A NASA remote-controlled model motorized sailplane lies over Rogers Dry Lake to test the theory that catching heat thermals extends flight time for small UAVs.

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portrait from "New Theory of the formation of veins; with its application to the art of working mines. Translated from the German. To which is added an appendix ... by C. Anderson, M.D"

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Librarian of Congress rounds out 40 years on job. Washington, D.C., April 6 Dr. Herbert Putnam is this week celebrating his 40th Anniversary as Librarian of Congress. Now 77, Dr. Putnam in theory became Librarian Emeritus last July 1, but since President Roosevelt has not yet appointed his successor, he continues at his post. He is a native of New York City where he was born September 20, 1861. 4-6-39

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Leon Van Hove (Belgian physicist, head of Theory Division at CERN), Willibald Jentsche (CERN Director General), Bernard Gregory (CERN), Victor Weisskopf (Manhatten Project), and T.G. Pickavance (CERN/ECFA) at High Energy Physics Conference taken September 1966. Morgue 1966-160 [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Leon Van Hove (Belgian physicist, head of Theory Division at CERN), Wi...

Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base work on a solar array panel to be installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  Installing each array is a 3-day process and includes a functional deployment test.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing fac...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers in the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base work on a solar array panel to be installed on the Gravity Probe B spacecraft. Installing each arr... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  The Gravity Probe B spacecraft, atop a Boeing Delta II vehicle, launches at 12:57:24 p.m. EDT from Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  Gravity Probe B is the relativity gyroscope experiment being developed by NASA and Stanford University to test two extraordinary, unverified predictions of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity. KSC-04pd0940

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Gravity Probe B spacecraft, atop a B...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Gravity Probe B spacecraft, atop a Boeing Delta II vehicle, launches at 12:57:24 p.m. EDT from Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. Gravity Probe B is t... More

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Miscegenation; the theory of the blending of the races, applied to the American white man and negro.

Miscegenation; the theory of the blending of the races, applied to the...

Attributed by Sabin, in his Dictionary, to D. G. Croty, George Wakeman, and E. C. Howell. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

diagram from "New Tables to facilitate the Practice of Great Circle Sailing; together with an application of the theory of the great circle on the globe to the sailing, and an appendix, containing some mathematical demonstrations, etc"

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Sage advice. Washington, D.C., Feb. 2. Senator Key Pittman, Veteran from Nevada and Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, discusses with the youthful Republican Senator Henry Cabor Lodge, of Massachusetts, the amendment he (lodge) has proposed to the Neutrality Act which would make the U.S. Neutral in fact as well in theory. Senator Lodge is also a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 2/2/38

Sage advice. Washington, D.C., Feb. 2. Senator Key Pittman, Veteran fr...

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Shadowgraph of Finned Hemispherical model in free-flight show shock waves produced by blunt bodies (H. Julian Allen blunt nose theory) (Used in NASA/AMES publication  'Adventures in Research' A history of Ames Research Center 1940 - 1965 by Edwin P. Hartman - SP-4302) ARC-1958-A-23753

Shadowgraph of Finned Hemispherical model in free-flight show shock wa...

Shadowgraph of Finned Hemispherical model in free-flight show shock waves produced by blunt bodies (H. Julian Allen blunt nose theory) (Used in NASA/AMES publication 'Adventures in Research' A history of Ames ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base,  Dr. Francis Everitt, principal investigator, and Brad Parkinson, co-principal investigator, both from Stanford University, hold one of the small gyroscopes used in the Gravity Probe B spacecraft.  The GP-B towers behind them.  The Gravity Probe B mission is a relativity experiment developed by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Stanford University and Lockheed Martin.  The spacecraft will test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity that he advanced in 1916: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it).  Gravity Probe B consists of four sophisticated gyroscopes that will provide an almost perfect space-time reference system.  The mission will look in a precision manner for tiny changes in the direction of spin.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility o...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - In the NASA spacecraft processing facility on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Dr. Francis Everitt, principal investigator, and Brad Parkinson, co-principal investigator, both from St... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  Logos identify the mission of this Delta II rocket that will launch the Gravity Probe B experiment, developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.   The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects. The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Logos identify the mission of this Delta II ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Logos identify the mission of this Delta II rocket that will launch the Gravity Probe B experiment, developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight C... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -   The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is moved into the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., where it will be mated with the second stage.  The Gravity Probe B will launch a payload of four gyroscopes into low-Earth polar orbit to test two extraordinary predictions of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity: the geodetic effect (how space and time are warped by the presence of the Earth) and frame dragging (how Earth’s rotation drags space and time around with it). Once in orbit, for 18 months each gyroscope’s spin axis will be monitored as it travels through local spacetime, observing and measuring these effects.  The experiment was developed by Stanford University, Lockheed Martin and NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.  The targeted launch date is Dec. 6, 2003.

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehic...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The interstage of the Delta II launch vehicle for the Gravity Probe B experiment is moved into the mobile service tower on Space Launch Complex 2, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., w... More

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