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NASA's MMS Observatories Stacked for Testing

NASA's MMS Observatories Stacked for Testing

04.18.14 – Engineers at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., accomplished another first. Using a large overhead crane, they mated two Magnetospheric Multiscale, or MMS, observatories – also called mini-stacks — at a time, to construct a full four-stack of observatories.

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