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Record-breaking Solar Impulse 2 departs Bay Area early Monday


year 2016 Top ^

May.2  
  After just over a week of calling the Bay Area home, the Solar Impulse 2 will begin the next leg of its 35,000-kilometer around-the-world journey
Apr.24  
  The one-of-a-kind aircraft will remain in the Bay Area until conditions allow it to depart and then will continue on its around-the-world journey



year 2015 Top ^

Jan.10


year 2014 Top ^

Oct.18  


year 2013 Top ^

May.3
  A plane that flies on nothing but the power of the sun is now on its way to Phoenix as part of a historic cross-country flight


year 2008 Top ^

Jun.7 NASA Ames Work On Quake Warning
  Research suggests that electrical activity in the ionosphere, along with temperature changes above an epicenter may be precursors to temblors

year 2006 Top ^

Jul.4   NASA Ames Celebrates Launch of Shuttle
  The successful launch of the Discovery wowed a large crowd at Ames Research Center


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.22   Scientists Spot New Uranus Rings  Astronomers have spotted a dynamic, second ring system around the giant gas planet Sep.29 Google plans offices, NASA partnership
  Google will build up to 1 million square feet of offices at NASA Ames Research Center and collaborate on research
Jul.29   Experts Examine Shuttle Shield Problem
  NASA Ames running supercomputer simulations to help mission control decide what to do about the extruded filler May.12 Historic Hangar In Danger Of Closing  Hangar One is 1,100 feet long, more than 210 feet tall and full of contaminants like PCBs, asbestos

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.26 New world's fastest supercomputer  The builders of Project Columbia claim the 10,240-processor machine is the fastest in the world Jul.12   Scientist awarded Carl Sagan Medal  David Morrison at NASA Ames Research Center analyzes the flight paths of comets and 'near-Earth' asteroids Jan.16   Ames Center to play major role  NASA Ames Research Center has a major role to play in the new national space vision outlined by President Bush Jan.5   Scientists Celebrate Mars Rover Success
  At NASA Ames happy scientists were congratulating themselves on the initial success of the Spirit's landing

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.29   Mars Exhibit Opens
  The Mars Rover is part of the new Mars Education Center Aug.18   Nanotechnology Forum  250 leaders from industry, academia and government will converge on NASA Ames Center Aug.17   36 students graduate from RoboCamp  After 7 weeks of extensive programming instruction and engineering training students conducted demonstrations Feb.8   NASA to Re-Test Space Shuttle Tiles  The ceramic tiles reportedly will be re-tested at Ames Research Center

year 2002 Top ^

Dec.26   Test facility in preparation for Mars  NASA scientists are testing new technologies using a K9 rover in a newly built 'Marscape' Dec.10   Carnegie Mellon hosted Founder's Day  University honored Silicon Valley leaders who have donated to the establishment of the new West Coast campus Aug.1 NASA offers news for Russians  Ames Research Center would begin providing Russian language translations of NASA news and information Jul.9   Award for using goats  NASA Ames Research Center received an Environmental Protection Agency award for minimizing pesticide use Jan.8 Space Camp to close



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Carnegie Mellon hosted Founder's Day  University honored Silicon Valley leaders who have donated to the establishment of the new West Coast campus Record-breaking Solar Impulse 2 departs Bay Area early Monday




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2016
May.2
  After just over a week of calling the Bay Area home, the Solar Impulse 2 will begin the next leg of its 35,000-kilometer around-the-world journey
Apr.24 Solar-powered plane lands at Moffett Federal Airfield
Map of Moffett Federal Airfield Moffett Field
  The one-of-a-kind aircraft will remain in the Bay Area until conditions allow it to depart and then will continue on its around-the-world journey
2015 Jan.10 Nissan and NASA to test self-driving cars in Sunnyvale
  Nissan Motor Co. and the space agency have formed a five-year partnership to design autonomous cars 2013 May.3 Solar Impulse takes off from Moffett Field
  A plane that flies on nothing but the power of the sun is now on its way to Phoenix as part of a historic cross-country flight
2005 Sep.29 Google plans offices, NASA partnership
  Google will build up to 1 million square feet of offices at NASA Ames Research Center and collaborate on research
2004 Oct.26 New world's fastest supercomputer  The builders of Project Columbia claim the 10,240-processor machine is the fastest in the world 2003 Aug.18 Nanotechnology Forum  250 leaders from industry, academia and government will converge on NASA Ames Center



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2003 Aug.17 36 students graduate from RoboCamp  After 7 weeks of extensive programming instruction and engineering training students conducted demonstrations



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2014 Oct.18 NASA Ames turns 75; tens of thousands flock Map of NASA Ames Moffett Field  Visitors to the event visited booths set up by NASA researchers looking at everything from nanotechnology to astrobiology 2006 Jul.4 NASA Ames Celebrates Launch of Shuttle
  The successful launch of the Discovery wowed a large crowd at Ames Research Center
2005 Dec.22 Scientists Spot New Uranus Rings  Astronomers have spotted a dynamic, second ring system around the giant gas planet Jul.29 Experts Examine Shuttle Shield Problem  NASA Ames running supercomputer simulations to help mission control decide what to do about the extruded filler 2004 Jul.12 Scientist awarded Carl Sagan Medal  David Morrison at NASA Ames Research Center analyzes the flight paths of comets and 'near-Earth' asteroids Jan.16 Ames Center to play major role  NASA Ames Research Center has a major role to play in the new national space vision outlined by President Bush Jan.5 Scientists Celebrate Mars Rover Success  At NASA Ames happy scientists were congratulating themselves on the initial success of the Spirit's landing 2003 Dec.29 Mars Exhibit Opens  The Mars Rover is part of the new Mars Education Center 2002 Dec.26 Test facility in preparation for Mars  NASA scientists are testing new technologies using a K9 rover in a newly built 'Marscape'



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2008 Jun.7 NASA Ames Work On Quake Warning  Research suggests that electrical activity in the ionosphere, along with temperature changes above an epicenter may be precursors to temblors 2003 Feb.8 NASA to Re-Test Space Shuttle Tiles  The ceramic tiles reportedly will be re-tested at Ames Research Center 2002 Aug.1 NASA offers news for Russians  Ames Research Center would begin providing Russian language translations of NASA news and information Jul.9 Award for using goats  NASA Ames Research Center received an Environmental Protection Agency award for minimizing pesticide use Jan.8 Space Camp to close