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KSC-2014-3643 (08/29/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Former NASA astronaut Jon McBride speaks at a wreath-laying ceremony honoring former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Nagel died Aug. 21 after a long illness. He was 67 years old. Nagel served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, STS-51G, in 1985. He was pilot on his second shuttle flight, STS-61A, also in 1985. He commanded his final two flights, STS-37 and STS-55, in 1991 and 1993, respectively. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3642 (08/29/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Former NASA astronaut Kenneth Cameron speaks at a wreath-laying ceremony honoring former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Former NASA astronaut Jon McBride looks on, at right. Nagel died Aug. 21 after a long illness. He was 67 years old. Nagel served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, STS-51G, in 1985. He was pilot on his second shuttle flight, STS-61A, also in 1985. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3641 (08/29/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana speaks at a wreath-laying ceremony honoring former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Former NASA astronaut Jon McBride looks on, at right. Nagel died Aug. 21 after a long illness. He was 67 years old. Nagel served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, STS-51G, in 1985. He was pilot on his second shuttle flight, STS-61A, also in 1985. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3640 (08/29/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- From left, Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana, Kenneth Cameron, and Jon McBride, all former NASA astronauts, pause for reflection after placing a wreath honoring former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Nagel died Aug. 21 after a long illness. He was 67 years old. Nagel served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, STS-51G, in 1985. He was pilot on his second shuttle flight, STS-61A, also in 1985. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3639 (08/29/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A wreath honoring former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel is displayed beside his photo at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Nagel died Aug. 21 after a long illness. He was 67 years old. Nagel served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, STS-51G, in 1985. He was pilot on his second shuttle flight, STS-61A, also in 1985. He commanded his final two flights, STS-37 and STS-55, in 1991 and 1993, respectively. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3638 (08/29/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A wreath honoring former NASA astronaut Steven R. Nagel is displayed beside his photo at the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida. Nagel died Aug. 21 after a long illness. He was 67 years old. Nagel served as a mission specialist on his first space shuttle flight, STS-51G, in 1985. He was pilot on his second shuttle flight, STS-61A, also in 1985. He commanded his final two flights, STS-37 and STS-55, in 1991 and 1993, respectively. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3631 (08/26/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Two of the four "Swarmies" robots stand in front of the bar code markers they will track as they roll over rough ground near the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3630 (08/26/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Two of the four "Swarmies" robots stand in front of the bar code markers they will track as they roll over rough ground near the Launch Control Center at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3627 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3626 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3625 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3624 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3623 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3622 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, United Launch Alliance technicians prepare the second stage of the Delta IV Heavy for a nozzle extension and deployment test for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3621 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3620 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, a nozzle extension and deployment test is underway on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Liftoff of Orion on the first flight test is planned for fall 2014. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper

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KSC-2014-3619 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, preparations are underway for a nozzle extension and deployment test on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3618 (08/20/2014) --- CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Inside the Delta Operations Center near Space Launch Complex 37 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, preparations are underway for a nozzle extension and deployment test on the second stage of the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy for Orion's first flight test. During the mission, Orion will travel farther into space than any human spacecraft has gone in more than 40 years. The data gathered during the flight will influence design decisions, validate existing computer models and innovative new approaches to space systems development, as well as reduce overall mission risks and costs for later Orion flights. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3617 (08/20/2014) --- VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Workers align the second stage of the Delta II rocket for NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive mission, or SMAP, on the rocket's first stage in the mobile service tower at Space Launch Complex 2 on Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Operations are underway to install the second stage atop the rocket's first stage. SMAP will launch on a Delta II 7320 configuration vehicle featuring a United Launch Alliance first stage booster powered by an Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-27A main engine and three Alliant Techsystems, or ATK, strap-on solid rocket motors. Read more...

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KSC-2014-3616 (08/20/2014) --- VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – The second stage of the Delta II rocket for NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive mission, or SMAP, is lowered onto the rocket's first stage in the mobile service tower at Space Launch Complex 2 on Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Operations are underway to install the second stage atop the rocket's first stage. SMAP will launch on a Delta II 7320 configuration vehicle featuring a United Launch Alliance first stage booster powered by an Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-27A main engine and three Alliant Techsystems, or ATK, strap-on solid rocket motors. Read more...

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