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Top row: Left: NASA Glennís 8- by 6-Foot Supersonic Wind Tunnel compressor was recently inspected. Right: On-orbit view of the International Space Station taken from the space shuttle in March 2001. The System Power Analysis for Capability Evaluation (SPACE ) computer model of the space stationís electrical power system was validated this year.
Middle: The core hot section foil-air bearing was successfully tested in the level 1 milestone on the path to the first Oil-Free turbine aircraft engine.
Bottom row: Left: Astronauts working at Bay 10 on Hubble Space Telescope during the telescopeís third servicing mission. The physical and thermal properties of Teflon FEP retrieved from the telescope were evaluated. Right: The Numerical Propulsion System Simulation (NPSS) Version 1 was designated co-winner of the NASA Software of the Year Award for 2001.
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