Falcon Heavy at LC-39A
An Atlas 5 rocket from United Launch Alliance lifts the fourth communication satellite from the U.S. Navy's Mobile User Objective System  from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Sept. 2. Credit: U.S. Air Force.
Artist's concept of one of two second-generation Cosmo-SkyMed radar reconnaissance satellites being built for the Italian government by Thales Alenia Space. Credit: Thales Alenia Space
Although Orbital ATK expects its re-engineed Antares to be ready by March, it could be some months after that before Wallops Island resumes its role as an International Space Station on-ramp. Credit: NASA
Thunderstorms and tornadoes are caught sweeping through the Midwest in 2011 by a NOAA satellite. Credit: NOAA
DARPA is studying whether a communications satellite with a robotic arm can put an antenna in place.  In this artist's rendering, the robotic arm is highlighted in green.  Credit: SSL.
The cover of the original NASA Manual, an 8.5 x 11 ring bound folder.
Galileo satellites
Agena-B rocket
Andrea Boese discussed diversity initiatives in STEM in New York in 2013. Copyright: Nathalie Schueller for www.germaninnovation.org/
Falcon 9 DSCOVR Launch
MUOS-4, the next satellite scheduled to join the U.S. Navy’s Mobile User Objective System  secure communications network, has been encapsulated in its protective launch vehicle fairing for its  launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Credit: ULA
Curt Niebur, program scientist at NASa headquarters in Washington and outer planets workhorse. Credit: NASA
Global Xpress satellite. Credit: Inmarsat artist's concept
AsiaSat 8 undergoing construction
oneweb constellation

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