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Root Nodules

Root Nodules
This image shows root nodules of Lotus japonicus.

Contact: Office of Public Relations National Institute for Basic Biol
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National Institutes of Natural Sciences

Plant Hormones

Plant Hormones
It is the long-distance communication from the roots to the leaves and back again from those leaves to the roots that maintains the proper number of root nodules.

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National Institutes of Natural Sciences

CanSat Competition 2014

CanSat Competition 2014
Beginning in October and culminating in a final mid-summer competition, teams from around the nation as well as South America, Europe and Asia, entered the CanSat competition to design and build a ...

Contact: Daniel Parry
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Naval Research Laboratory

Two-Step Solid-Solid Transition

Two-Step Solid-Solid Transition
Researchers found that some crystals have an easier time of making solid-solid transitions if they take it in two steps. Surprisingly, the first step of the process involves the parent phase ...

Contact: Evan Lerner
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University of Pennsylvania

GOES-R Satellite 'Brain' and 'Body' are Mated

GOES-R Satellite 'Brain' and 'Body' are Mated

The two main components of NOAA's GOES-R Satellite have recently come together. The System Module and Core Module subassemblies were successfully mated and now form the GOES-R spacecraft. This is ...

Contact: Rob Gutro
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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA Sees Earth-directed X-Class Solar Flare

NASA Sees Earth-directed X-Class Solar Flare
An active region just about squarely facing Earth erupted with an X 1.6 flare (largest class) as well as a coronal mass ejection on Sept. 10, 2014. The flare lasted longer than usual and sent out a ...

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA's MAVEN Arrival at Mars, Explained

NASA's MAVEN Arrival at Mars, Explained

This image shows an artist concept of the trajectory of NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) mission as it approaches the Red Planet. On Sept. 21, 2014, MAVEN will enter orbit ...

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NASA HS3 Mission Time Lapse Highlights Cameras Over Tropical Systems

NASA HS3 Mission Time Lapse Highlights Cameras Over Tropical Systems

NASA released a time-lapse video that highlights three different cameras aboard NASA's remotely piloted Global Hawk aircraft No. 872 as it investigated two tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean in...

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Channel Migration and Erosion Rio Puerco, New Mexico

Channel Migration and Erosion Rio Puerco, New Mexico
This is Figure 15 from Friedman et al. Channel migration and erosion of the arroyo wall along the Rio Puerco, New Mexico. In all cases, channel flow is from top to bottom and north is toward the top.

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Geological Society of America

Fruit Flies

Fruit Flies
Fruit flies such as these spent one month aboard the International Space Station during the Heart Flies study.

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NASA/Johnson Space Center

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