NASA"S MICROGRAVITY RESEARCH PROGRAM ANNUAL REPORT... NASA/TM-2000-210615... MAR. 13, 2001.
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NASA"S MICROGRAVITY RESEARCH PROGRAM ANNUAL REPORT... NASA/TM-2000-210615... MAR. 13, 2001.

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This fiscal year (FY) annual report describes key elements of the NASA Microgravity Research Program (MRP) as conducted by the Microgravity Research Division (MRD) within NASA’s Office of Life and Microgravity Sciences and Applications. The program’s goals, approach taken to achieve those goals, and available resources are summarized. A. NASA Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH Gregory L. Vogt, Ed-D. NASA Johnson Space Center Houston, TX Michael J. Wargo, Sc.D. Microgravity Research Division NASA Headquarters Washington, DC. Activity Contributors Microgravity In The Classroom Accelerometers Around The World Inertial Balance Shuffle/Mir Science Program, March to May File Size: 5MB.   [image] [image] [image] [image] Celebrating achievements in International Space Station (ISS) top discoveries in microgravity was the purpose of the first plenary panel at the second annual ISS Research and Development Conference.. Three individuals accepted honors in recognition for their work in this category on J taking part in the panel to highlight their research:Author: Kristine Rainey. + NASA Program Helps Brain-Injured Patients Reach for the Stars + Smart Surgical Probe Follow-On to Fight Breast Cancer 11/13/00 + NASA News Summary for Nov. 13, 11/9/00 + NASA News Summary for Nov. 9, + Hubble Sees Lone Neutron Star Streaking Across Galaxy 11/8/00 + NASA News Summary for Nov. 8,

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