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Engineers Watch the GOES-S Satellite Being Lowered into the Thermal Vacuum Chamber. The GOES-S satellite is lowered into the large, 29' x 65' thermal vacuum chamber at Lockheed Martin near Denver for testing. (Photo credit: Lockheed Martin)

ORNL Corporate Researcher Stan Wullschleger Studies Arctic Ecosystems. (Photo credit: ORNL)

NIST biomedical engineer Greg Cooksey pictured with an apparatus used to observe microflow meter. (Photo credit: NIST)

AFRL Space Vehicle

Photo credit: Air Force Research Laboratory

February 16, 2018

Space Vehicles Directorate

Senior Airman Terrence Williamson, 736th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron aerospace maintenance journeyman, explains to Roberto Guerrero, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Operational Energy, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C., how microvanes are positioned on each side at the rear of a C-17 Globemaster III fuselage using a Mylar® template. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Balik)

Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain aircraft. Photo credit: Laurie Zaleski and Michael Gross.

Sandia researchers Candice Cooper (left), Shivonne Haniff (center), and Paul Taylor are studying mechanisms behind traumatic brain injury to better understand how blasts on a battlefield can lead to such injuries and injuries to vital organs such as the heart and lungs. The 351st Battlefield Airmen Training Squadron at Kirtland Air Force Base, through a connection with Nathan Davey of Sandia, provided the vest armor for the project. (Photo by Randy Montoya)

Coast Guard Response Times

A Coast Guard aircrew performs a search and rescue demonstration off the coast of Seattle, WA. (Photo credit: Department of Homeland Security)

Wireless signals exchange information between the automobile and a residential charging station regarding the amount of electricity needed, current electricity costs, and a decision to charge (or not). (Image courtesy of PNNL)