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Animation the progression of the major winter storm over the U.S. Mid-Atlantic and southern states on March 2 and 3 from data taken by NOAA's GOES satellite. Credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project, Dennis Chesters

A look at how multispectral data from NASA's Landsat satellites shows different data about the land surfaces being scanned. The individual wavelength bands can be combined into color images, with different combinations of the 11 bands revealing different information about the condition of the land cover. Credit: NASA

The European Space Agency is looking into the problems of orbital debris and asteroids colliding with Earth. The organization is not only looking into how to amelerioate such events from happening but trying to come up with operational definitions on when to come up with solutions. Credit: ESA

A 3-D computer-generated look at a design concept to protect space workers from radiation damage. Engineers at NASA Langley Research Center have developed Radworks is an Advanced Exploration System (AES) project to address detection, monitoring and protection of radiation that will be needed for human exploration beyond low Earth orbit. Credit: NASA Langley

Engineers with NASA's Launch Services Program and QinetiQ North America solved a telemetry problem that allowed the launch of NASA's newest Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, TDRS-L, the same day. Credit: NASA Kennedy

CBS anchor emeritus Dan Rather hosts this week's episode of NASA's Space To Ground newscast filling in for regular host Josh Byerly. Credit: NASA

The video includes a walkthrough at about the seven-minute mark by James Webb Space Telescope Deputy Project Manager Paul Geithner of the NASA Goddard facility where JWST is being assembled and tested. Credit: NASA

Using a Masten Xombie launch vehicle, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory tested its G-FOLD system. G-FOLD, or Fuel Optimal Large Divert Guidance Algorithm, autonomously selects an alternate landing site for a rocket. The test took place Sept. 20, 2013 at the Mohave Air & Space Port in Mojave, Calif. Credit: NASA JPL

NASA Marshall is conducting the first round of acoustic tests for the Space Launch System (SLS) using a scale model. The tests will allow engineers to verify the design of the sound suppression system for SLS. Credit: NASA Marshall

Compilation of some of the 218 video entries and messages received as part of the "Wake up, Rosetta!" video contest. Credit: ESA

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