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17 NASA Images of Beautiful Engineering

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1/28/2014 02:35 PM EST
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Anand.Yaligar
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Re : 17 NASA Images of Beautiful Engineering
Anand.Yaligar   1/30/2014 11:21:17 AM
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@Susan, thanks for sharing these pictures. Some of them are really amazing.

junko.yoshida
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junko.yoshida   1/30/2014 8:43:33 AM
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Some are indeed breath-taking. The grand machinery always fascinated me, but "cubesat" is also interesting. It just looks like a sugar cube against the magnificent space background!

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prabhakar_deosthali   1/30/2014 6:47:02 AM
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Fascinating pictures especially of the Saturn rings and the Vog on the top of the Volcano.

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Re: Nice Pics
David Ashton   1/30/2014 12:24:10 AM
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Hi Susan, still no firm plans, but my intention is to get there......

Susan Rambo
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Susan Rambo   1/29/2014 10:21:02 PM
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Thanks, David. Do you know if you're coming to the EE Live conference yet?

David Ashton
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David Ashton   1/29/2014 6:41:56 PM
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Thanks for that Susan, great collection of pics.

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