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Motions in nearby galaxy cluster reveal presence of hidden superstructure
Gravity Probe B mission begins collecting science to test Einstein's theory
For release: 01/25/02
Satellite release #: 02-011
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International Space Station researchers working around the clock; Over 50,000 hours of experiments conducted in first year
- Scientific research has been going on 24 hours a day for almost a year on the International Space Station.
- Scientists from around the world have conducted more than 50,000 hours of research.
- Through the Payload Operations Center at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., researchers monitor and control their experiments aboard the Space Station.
- This highly sophisticated research lab is setting the pace for new discoveries.
- Learn about the current research and what lies ahead for the Space Station.
- Talk to an expert about space research that could improve the quality of life on Earth.
Science Mission Manager
International Space Station
||GE-2, Transponder 9C,
85 degrees west longitude,
Frequency: 3880 MHz, audio: 6.8 MHz.
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Steve Roy, Media Relations
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